Tag: video game reviews
The year of the RTS genre (as I’ve been thinking of it) is upon us, and kicking things off is Grey Goo, from veteran strategy developers Petroglyph. The game hits this week, and I got the chance to sit down with the game before it’s launch in order to tell you fellow gamers whether or not it’s worth picking up. Come inside for my full review!
Are you ready to step into the ring with WWE’s toughest wrestlers? With the release of WWE 2K15, the wrestling game is taking it’s first step into the current generation consoles. Is the new-gen version of the game worth the trip, or should you skip out on this year’s outing? Come inside to check out my full review to find out.
At long last, Nintendo fans and Wii U owners have a brand spanking new Mario Kart to play. The portly plumber’s various kart outings have all been successful to various degrees, but Mario Kart 8 is the first game in the franchise to hit an HD console. So how did it do? Come inside to read my full review to find out if it’s worth picking up!
A new Spider-Man movie is in theaters, and of course that means a new video game has released alongside it to take full advantage of the marketing potential. While the Spider-Man game franchise has had it’s ups and downs, there’s still something inherently fun about swinging around the city. Come inside to check out my thoughts on Activision’s newest wall-crawling adventure!
When Diablo III released back in 2012 diehard fans of the franchise weren't overly thrilled with it. While I enjoyed the experience, but even I recognized the repetitive nature of the game, and it's lack of a firm end-game plan kept players from enjoying it past beating the initial campaign; which was sadly pretty short. Now the game's first expansion, Reaper of Souls, has released, adding in new content and changes fans have been asking for. Is it enough to lure you back? Come check out our review to find out!
Telltale has released the second chapter in their gaming adaptation of Fables, The Wolf Among Us, and we got a chance to sit down with the game in order to help you guys decide whether or not it was worth your time to download. Come inside to check out our full review and breakdown!
Let’s start off this review by saying that I never thought that two little pieces of plastic would be any help to my FPS prowess. It’s not that I thought that KontrolFreeks FPS Freek Phantom analog stick adapters would be the worst thing since spray-on hair, but it was more of an indifference. I have to say that these two little pieces have rocked my FPS world in a way that I didn’t think was possible. Aliens landing on Earth would have made less of an impact on me than this. Well, maybe….but let’s get onto the review.
With the new consoles coming out, we have a lot to do with such a small team here. Luckily Activision made things a bit easier by sending us a copy of Call of Duty: Ghosts. Okay, it actually put more on our plate, but who cares! With that being said, I figured the best way to allow myself to write a reasonable review was to break the game review up into two parts. The first part, the one you are reading, covers online. The second part will include the single player, extinction mode, and possibly the PS4 version of the title, unless that breaks away too. Call of Duty: Ghosts will be alongside our next generation launch coverage, so be sure to stick around for even more goodness!