Month: August 2016

Let Me Tell You Why You Like Fallout

Let Me Tell You Why You Like Fallout

  Anybody who pays attention to gaming knows that one of the biggest releases of last year was Fallout 4. The hotly anticipated fourth installment of the nuclear wasteland survival simulator came out earlier than anticipated, and it completely blew away fans and critics alike. It was no surprise to those have played the previous games: the … Continue reading Let Me Tell You Why You Like Fallout

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Review- Deus Ex: Mankind Divided

Review- Deus Ex: Mankind Divided

I wasn't the biggest fan of Deus Ex: Human Revolution. It had peculiar pacing, and some mechanics that felt like they were there "just because". It didn't help that my initial playthrough of the game was stealthy and non-lethal. Upon initial release, the game had several moments that necessitated lethal combat, preventing me from actually progressing … Continue reading Review- Deus Ex: Mankind Divided

Review- Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice

Review- Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice reached box office earnings of just north of $870 million dollars which. While certainly a lot of money, this was significantly less than DC was hoping for. While it earned more than $100 million of that in its opening week, marking one of the strongest openings of any movie ever, few … Continue reading Review- Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice

Review- Mansions of Madness: Second Edition

Review- Mansions of Madness: Second Edition

Fantasy Flight is the kind of company that produces large, successful titles with high production value. They this so consistently that even people who've never been interested in board games may well have heard of them. If you haven't ever played a more complicated board game but are curious to try, Fantasy Flight is where I would … Continue reading Review- Mansions of Madness: Second Edition

Review- Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst

Review- Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst

The long awaited successor to a popular, if not successful, 2008 title, Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst puts itself forth as the premier first-person parkour game. With eight years in the tank, developer DICE is hoping that a combination of nostalgia and new technology will give them a free-running homerun. Sadly, they seem to have struck out. Catalyst … Continue reading Review- Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst