Mortal Kombat X Review

To watch the viscera-replete finishing move of Ermac, with its sadistic and oddly humorous overtones, is to know humanity at its truest. Why does watching a mummy use his magical brain powers to slowl…

Dying Light Review

There’s a moment, after running from some unnaturally relentless zombies, that you find reprieve in collection of shanties walled off by all manner of heavy makeshift barrier materials. Amongst it’s i…

Titanfall Review

A world where heavy artillery falls from the sky and adrenaline is constantly fueling every move you make. “Today’s civilian is tomorrow’s Militia” is the motto to live and die by if you’re ranked amo…

Memoirs of a Deprived Xbox One

Seems like just yesterday Sony and Microsoft fanboys were at each other’s throats about which console was the best, not to say they aren’t still. Though I may not have made a scene in any comment thre…

The Real Next Gen

The United States is aflame with Next-Gen fever this month. People are lining up to be the first through the threshold of the new console generation, and in our excitement we are letting ourselves be …

Ryse: Son of Rome Review

After Ryse was announced during E3, critics dealt this creative nonfiction story of Ancient Rome a bad hand. Although some of the arguments have truth to them, they are points that should help Ryse bu…