The Wolf Among Us Episode Two: Smoke and Mirrors Review

Smoke and Mirrors does a lot with very little. By the end of the almost two hour game, you will find that you aren’t much farther along with your assumptions or expectations than your were at the end of the…

The Banner Saga Review

I had a single grey hair in my beard two weeks ago, and it served as an appropriate ornament for my girlfriend to prod at every time she saw me. I blame that on the inevitable approach of my late…

NES Remix Review

Typically, classic video games get bundled into cheap packages, where the fun only lasts you about two to three days, tops. Nintendo figured they would have their own take on showcasing the classics to a younger generation. When the company…

Assassin’s Creed IV: Freedom Cry Review

Adewale takes the helm in Black Flag‘s first story DLC. Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag’s first story DLC, Freedom Cry, brings back a more serious tone to the series as the franchise covers the horrors of slavery.  Freedom Cry takes…

Nidhogg Review

Me and my opponent stand a pair of fencing sabers length away, give or take the intermittent shuffles towards and away from one another. At almost 15 minutes, neither of us can seem to claim an advantage of the other…

Samurai Gunn Review

The best martial arts movies know how to wrap drama around a simple act of violence. A teahouse shootout thanks to a character’s inborn recklessness, for example. Samurai Gunn is the simple acts of violence, and you and three of…

Dead Rising 3 Review

In light of the heated debate between the Xbox One and PS4, the launch line ups weren’t anything to really go crazy about since titles that like Infamous: Second Son and Titanfall aren’t to be released until their respective dates…

Darkout Review

Darkout is a 2D side-scrolling survival game with procedurally generated worlds much akin to Terraria and Starbound. Darkout begins with the player crash landing on a mysterious and hostile planet,  you are left to salvage what you can from your…

The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds Review

My fifteen-or-so hours with A Link Between Worlds was a purely joyous experience, and I can’t explain to you how massive the smile on my face was when just taking in this game and what it has to offer. The…

Burial at Sea Part 1 Video Review

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Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag Review

Yo-ho, yo-ho, a pirate’s life for me.Yo-ho, yo-ho, a pirate’s life for me.  Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag is 2013’s contribution to the annualized franchise. It breathes fresh air into the series, while expanding the scope of the game and…

Burial at Sea Part 1 Review

Bioshock Infinite was one of my favorite games of this year. The story was mind-bendingly awesome, the gameplay was fun and energetic, and exploring the world of Columbia was a treat. I was excited to hear that Burial at Sea,…