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Marvel’s Spider Man: Miles Morales (PS5) Review

Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales gives players a taste of what the PlayStation 5 is capable of. It utilizes the DualSense perfectly, and showcases everything the PlayStation 5 is able to do. It’s a great way to start off the next gen of gaming. Familiar Gameplay With a Different Flavor The game starts off a lot […]

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Book Review: Norse Myths That Inspired Final Fantasy VII

Squaresoft’s golden era in the mid to late 90’s produced some of the most memorable, and beloved Japanese Role Playing Games in existence.  More than two decades later, debates rage on about which game was the company’s best work, however, there is little to debate about Final Fantasy VII being its most influential work. The […]

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Metro Exodus (Xbox One/PS4) Review

Metro 2033, and Metro: Last Light are in my opinion, the greatest first person shooting single player experiences ever made. Based on the Russian novels by Dmitry Glukhovsky, the games perfectly captured the essence of the books. The novels were highly atmospheric. Reading through Metro 2033, I could imagine the chilly temperatures of Russia’s vast, […]

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A Plague Tale: Innocence (PS4/Xbox One) Review

    It is not often that I am generally pleased by a game that I hadn’t read much about, and therefore had low expectations for, before I finally played it. That’s the case with A Plague Tale: Innocence, Asobo Studio’s 3rd person action adventure game available on Windows PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. […]

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The Last Of Us: Part II Review

Editor’s note: The Reviewer Samuel Rivera, Played 25 hours, and 12 minutes of the game (From the opening Scene to the end of the credits), he didn’t read any other reviews of the game prior to writing his own, even though he knew the Metacritic Score for the game was 96 at the time he […]

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Days Gone (PS4) Review

I have to admit, as much as I have complained about suffering from “Open world game exhaustion” during this generation of consoles…I just keep falling back into playing those type of games. Days Gone, released in 2019 is my most recent acquisition. Another Sony exclusive, and another PS4 open world game.Days Gone was different from […]

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The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim (PS4/XboxOne) Review

The greatest open world fantasy game of all time the Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim (at least by yours truly’s reckoning), returned in 2016, in remastered form for PS4 and XBOX ONE. It added mod support, and a minor graphical overhaul. In this review, I will answer to the most important of questions regarding the game: […]

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Bastion (NS) Review

I had always been reluctant to buying independent games. Even with most of them being at affordable prices on the various digital stores. It was difficult for me to choose an ‘indie’ game over an older triple A game on sale for a similar price. My perception changed a bit with the advent of the […]

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Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch (NS) Review

Ni No Kuni: The Wrath of the White Witch (released in 2011 in Japan, and in January 2013 stateside), was a PS3 JRPG made by Level 5. Level 5 at the time was known for the Dark Cloud series, Rogue Galaxy and Dragon Quest VIII. As far as JRPGs go they are one of the […]

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The Order: 1886 (PS4) Review

The Order: 1886 is a third person action adventure in the vein of The Last of Us, with a heavier emphasis on Story telling. While Ready at Dawn (the developer) is known for graphically stunning PSP games, what they achieved (visually speaking) on the PS4 in 2015 remains five years later a wonderful tech showcase […]