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Ship of Fools Review

Just when you thought you’ve seen and done everything a rogue like game could offer….along comes Ship of Fools. Ship of Fools is a seafaring rogue like co-op game where you play the Fools, the only creatures fool enough to brave the sea. The Great Lighthouse that once protected the Archipelago is broken and a storm of malice and corruption is coming. Together, you and your ship mate will jump aboard The Stormstrider and make your voyage across the sea.…

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Return to Monkey Island Review

Return to Monkey Island is the follow up to 1991’s Monkey Island 2, that’s right 31 years later we got the follow up to the cliffhanger ending of Monkey Island 2. For those of us old enough to remember and appreciate it. Legendary point and click game creator Ron Gilbert (Maniac Mansion, Monkey Island, Thimbleweed Park) had always wanted to continue to work on the series he created however when Disney bought Lucas Arts he no longer had access to…

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Call of Duty Modern Warefare II Multiplayer Review

As I stated in my review of the campaign for Modern Warfare II, I typically don’t show up for COD to play multiplayer, I’m typically focused on the narrative and campaign. But obviously since I was reviewing this game, I of course had to give it a fair chance and put in through the ringer…or put myself through the ringer, in the process I had ALOT of fun. This year’s iteration of multiplayer doesn’t really Re-invent the game by any…

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Call of Duty Modern Warfare II Campaign Review

Every year I typically look forward to the new Call of Duty campaign, I’m typically not into these games for the multiplayer although I know most people are. I always look forward to some great shooter action, supreme gun play and shooting mechanics. With all the hype/build up for MWII could it possibly live up to the expectation? Call of Duty®: Modern Warfare II is the sequel to 2019’s blockbuster Modern Warfare®. Featuring the return of the iconic, team leader…

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God Of War Ragnorok Review

It was 2018 when the last God of War title graced our PlayStation 4 consoles to bring us the epic game of that generation. Now, any good PlayStation fan has always enjoyed the God of War games, but in 2018 it brought us a new look and feel of the series that I’m not sure anyone quite expected. The game brought to us an incredible journey about self-discovery, grief, hope, and a strained relationship between father and son. The game…

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Resident Evil Re:Verse Review

When Re:Verse was first unveiled, I had hope. Seemed like a good concept, with characters we love on the boom of a battle royale game fest, where everyone was doing something like this. However as this continued to get pushed back and back further, I started to be concerned….and honestly after getting my hands on it and playing it…it might have been better served later after they could improve on the game more, or just not release it at all.…

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Resident Evil Village: Shadows of Rose Review

Resident Evil Village has FINALLY released its long awaited DLC Content in Winters’ Expansion. Included in this DLC is introduction of 3rd person view for the core game if you want to replay or couldn’t play it in first person to begin with, additional content to mercenaries’ mode, and a story expansion titles Shadows of Rose. This review will take you through the highs and lows of this DLC. First off, the addition of 3rd person view mode is really…

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The Quarry Review

The Quarry is developed by Supermassive Games and was designed to be a spiritual successor to Until Dawn. Both games are basically interactive movies that you control multiple characters and narratives and the choices you make (or don’t make) can drastically change the outcome of the story. Supermassive has also in recent years been the driving force behind the Dark Pictures Anthology games however I personally have been very disappointed in those games, but really did enjoy Until Dawn. The…

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Tinykin Review

So, Nintendo may have finally announced and given me a timeframe for Pikmin 4 after many, MANY long years. But in the meantime, something to help quench that thirst came along my way called Tinykin. Anyone who knows me, knows that I am a fan of the quirky games and some of my favorites of all time include Pikmin and Chibi-Robo (from the GameCube Era). Tinykin is heavily inspired by both of these games, and I couldn’t be happier with…

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Thymesia Review

Thymesia is a grueling action-RPG with fast-paced combat and an intricate plague weapon system. In a kingdom where death spreads, play as a mysterious character known by the code name “Corvus”. Prey upon your enemies, wield the power of disease and find the truth in your own memories. The once thriving Kingdom of Hermes has fallen to an age of calamity. Seen as the answer to all the kingdom’s ailments, alchemy became a widely used practice across the land, with…

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