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We all sometimes just need an escape from the despair of modern days. Some of us immerse ourselves in virtual reality, others cozy up in an adventurous novel, while some choose to explore an entirely new universe with the aid of a mind-bending elixir. We Happy Few explores the idea of a universal elixir, blinding society from its own destruction and eventual demise. Though the premise presents some engaging moments, most of it is marred by the satisfactory gameplay mechanics, and frustrating technical troubles. Continue reading We Happy Few Review
One More (Gut Wrenching) Run
Dead Cells is a beautifully crafted action-platformer with classic Metroidvania and modern rogue-lite elements. However, this mouthful of a description just cracks the surface of Motion Twin’s latest game. Continue reading Dead Cells Review
Creating a game is hard. Really hard. But after a successful Kickstarter and over four years of hard work, the independent video game development studio based in Texas, PolyKnight Games, published their first professionally developed game, InnerSpace. As an exploration flying experience, InnerSpace provides some beautiful moments, but suffers from some glaring gameplay troubles.
Continue reading InnerSpace Review
In a recent stream from Japan, Capcom has announced that there will be a final beta planned for Monster Hunter: World later this month.
Continue reading Monster Hunter: World Final Beta Announced
The fall season for gaming is a big one with major releases closing out the year. Some titles are bound to get lost in the shuffle and The Evil Within 2 may have fallen victim to the rush of releases. Continue reading Fear For Free – The Evil Within 2 Trial Now Available
Conor McGregor’s last fight may have been in a boxing ring, but he is still the biggest star in the Octagon as evidenced by the cover of EA Sports UFC 3. Continue reading EA Sports UFC 3 Reveal Trailer Highlights Action-Conor McGregor Graces Cover
One needs only to glance at my history as a writer to see that Resident Evil is my favorite video game series. Specifically the first three titles, which both established and subsequently improved upon the survival horror genre on Sony’s PlayStation. While that type of game, with tank controls and static camera angles, are viewed today as relics of the past, Rainy Night Creations’ Vaccine may be a vital shot in the arm for this dormant genre. Continue reading Vaccine Review