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Mia and the Dragon Princess Review

I’m a sucker for the old school FMV games. Playing them on my PC in the mid-late 90s and occasionally we get some on consoles now. The latest of which being Mia and the Dragon Princess, which don’t let the name fool you, the game is full of greatly coordinated fights, explosions, and action. But I’m getting ahead of myself. Mia dreams of adventure, but her feeling of responsibility to her workmates – who have become her surrogate family –…

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Star Wars Jedi: Survivor

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is an action-adventure game developed by Respawn Entertainment and published by Electronic Arts. A sequel to Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order (2019), it was released on PlayStation 5, Windows, and Xbox Series X/S on April 28, 2023. The game takes place five years after the events of the previous game. Cal continues to attempt to take down the Empire while being constantly on the move to hide from them. Of course, chaos ensues, lots of explosions,…

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Horizon Burning Shores Review

Burning Shores is the DLC to Horizon Forbidden West and the latest in the Sci-Fi Adventure series. Burning Shores takes place in the immediate aftermath of Horizon Forbidden West, following the defeat of deluded Far Zenith warrior, Tilda. It’s largely a post-game add-on chapter, but teases the future of Horizon within its small-scale storyline, which introduces key players likely to return in a hypothetical third Horizon game. After the conclusion of the main campaign, this DLC summons you to LA…

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Minecraft Legends Review (Second Opinion)

Minecraft Legends is an upcoming action strategy video game being developed by Mojang Studios and Blackbird Interactive, and published by Xbox Game Studios. It is officially slated to release on April 18, 2023. Now this isn’t the first spinoff from the ULTRA successful Minecraft series, you may remember Minecraft Dungeons from a few years ago, which I had a lot of fun with honestly. Can they do it again with Minecraft Legends? First off I highly encourage you to check…

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Ghostwire: Tokyo (Xbox) Review

Ghostwire: Tokyo became almost more noteworthy for where it was than what it was. The last PlayStation exclusive from Xbox following the Bethesda deal, it seems to have came and went. That is a real shame. Now, a year on, Xbox can finally release Ghostwire: Tokyo on their own platforms, including Game Pass. Is it worth the leap in? A mix of Ubisoft’s blend of exploration with a heavy dose of Japanese culture, Ghostwire: Tokyo is a horror game that…

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MLB The Show 23 Review

It’s opening day for the MLB, which means warmer weather and sunshine are heading our way. Overpriced beer and hot dogs all around, buy me some peanuts and cracker jacks and all that stuff. Oh, yea and MLB the Show 23 is out now of course. The best way to experience all the thrills of the sport, and arguably much more entertaining than watching it on TV. As expected, The Show 23 once again is hands down the best-looking sports…

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Digimon World: Next Order Review

With a franchise series like Digimon, there has always been a feverish fan base that loved the series and scoffed in the face of Pokémon. Well all these years later we know which series ended up on top. But despite all that Digimon games do still occasionally come out. Digimon World: Next Order is a port of a game that originated on Vita, then made its way to PS4 stateside and now reaches a new audience with a release on…

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Like a Dragon Ishin! Review

Like a Dragon (formerly known as Yakuza) can be a tough series to get into, with many installments in the series it can be confusing on where the best place is to jump in. It also can be a little too off the wall for some people, with the random karaoke breaks and off the wall narratives. Like a Dragon Ishin! However, is a very different kind of game, while yes it has the same characters known throughout the series,…

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Scars Above Review

Scars Above honestly wasn’t even on my radar until the opportunity to review the game became available to me. After watching a trailer for it I was certainly intrigued. While we have gotten a few games that are similar such as Dead Space Remake and The Callisto Protocol as far as the space disaster exploration games are concerned. What does Scars Above do differently to try to stand out from the competition? To me blending more of a Returnal meets…

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Age of Empires II Definitive Edition Quick Thoughts

I remember sinking in so much time into Age of Empires II back in the day, it had come pre-installed on a lot of computers I had owned and I had a lot of memories just wasting time with it. When they announced the Definitive edition back in 2019 I had hoped it would make it’s way to consoles, and now it has and if you have Gamepass, you can play it for free. The core gameplay elements are shared…

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