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Game Review: Mortal Blitz (PS VR) 

Game Review: Mortal Blitz (PS VR)

Back when 3D polygons were set to replace sprites and become the norm for arcades and home consoles, action shooters exploded onto the scene with bulky plastic guns that you would point to the screen and with a satisfying click of the trigger, blast some virtual bad guy right between the eyes. With arcades on the […]

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Game Review: Mass Effect – Andromeda (PS4 Pro) 

Game Review: Mass Effect – Andromeda (PS4 Pro)

Right from the start, Mass Effect: Andromeda felt lazy. The shift to a whole new galaxy with the dream of exploring strange new worlds and interacting with elements never before seen in a Mass Effect game held such promise. This dream, however, never comes to fruition as Andromeda never attempts to carve new ground or […]

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Game Review: NieR – Automata (PS4) 

Game Review: NieR – Automata (PS4)

I played very little of the original NieR back on the Xbox 360 some 7 years ago. The main protagonist just wasn’t that interesting and the world and gameplay were just nothing really to write home about. When it was announced that Platinum Games would take on the development chores for its long-awaited sequel, I was […]

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Game Review: Horizon Zero Dawn (PS4 PRO) 

Game Review: Horizon Zero Dawn (PS4 PRO)

Killzone was, in some ways, Sony’s answer to Microsoft’s Halo franchise. The PlayStation 2 was devoid of a strong FPS, and Halo had been dominating the charts for several years before Guerrilla Games introduced us to the world of Helghan. I thoroughly enjoyed the franchise, even despite not completing the 3rd chapter, a game that […]

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Game Review: Gravity Rush 2 (PS4) 

Game Review: Gravity Rush 2 (PS4)

The original Gravity Rush started its life as a PlayStation Vita title to a fairly warm reception. It wasn’t until the PS4 remaster, however; that I really sunk much time into it. Its awkward movement controls seemed far easier with a controller than tilting and turning a portable gaming system around in one’s hands. Its […]

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Game Review: Batman – Arkham VR (PS VR) 

Game Review: Batman – Arkham VR (PS VR)

Be the Batman. That’s the phrase printed on the back of the packaging for Rocksteady’s first Batman VR title, and well, if this is what it is like to be Batman, then I am not sure how he’s overcome so much. Batman: Arkham VR is a short VR driven experience where you, as a somewhat […]

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Game Review: The Last Guardian (PS4) 

Game Review: The Last Guardian (PS4)

We found ourselves in a mysterious blue circular room. It was just mere seconds later that the doors surrounding the room opened up and nearly a dozen enemies came forth. They were the same armor-clad entities we had been battling throughout our journey, ones that would stop at nothing to recapture me. Several of them […]

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Game Review: No Man’s Sky (PS4) 

Game Review: No Man’s Sky (PS4)

I could get lost in the scenic beauty of Kitten Paradise, my alpha planet at the heart of the Meow Meow Sector. The neon greens and purples that make up the colors and tones found in the grass and plant life is just intoxicating. Everywhere I turn is some new cave to explore, some new […]

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Game Review: Abzû (PS4) 

Game Review: Abzû (PS4)

Flowing with the fast moving current, I was pulled into the direction it would take me. Passing by schools of fish and dozens of underwater life and vegetation, Abzû wastes no time in getting you from new area to new area all while its fantastic orchestral score plays in the background. Abzû is a gorgeous […]

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Game Review: Lifeless Planet (PS4) 

Game Review: Lifeless Planet (PS4)

Being alone and helpless is one thing, being alone and helpless on a strange alien planet? That just sounds terrifying, especially when everything nearby is trying to kill you. Lifeless Planet is a throw back to the Cold War era science fiction stories of mankind’s desire for space travel. You play as one of three […]

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