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Super Bomberman R Review

With the launch of a new Nintendo console in the Switch comes as brand new game from a classic franchise. Bomberman makes its long awaited return in the all new Super Bomberman R. The multiplayer focused games are remembered and loved by many for it’s

Nintendo Switch Review

The next piece of hardware from Nintendo is finally here. The Switch is Nintendo’s stab at a home console – handheld hybrid and it nails it. Having a system that looks and feels great in portable mode that can then be plugged into the dock

Resident Evil VII Biohazard *CONTAINS SPOILERS*

So, let’s talk about a complete WTF OMG BBQ game. It takes a lot to scare me nowadays due to my desensitization to horror games. Sure, some give me the spooks, but normally chalk it up to “good game, could have been scarier in certain

DriveClub [Review]

Title: DriveClub Format: PSN Release Date: October 14th, 2014 Publisher: Sony Interactive Entertainment Developer: Evolution Studios MSRP: $7.49 ESRB Rating: E PS4 Pro Support: Yes via a separate title called DriveClub VR PS VR Support: Yes via a separate title called DriveClub VR So, here

Yakuza 0 [Review]

Title: Yakuza 0 Format: Blu-ray Disc / PSN (23.84) Release Date: January 24, 2017 Publisher: Sega Developer: Sega Original MSRP: $59.99 ESRB Rating: M PS4 Pro Support: No PS VR Support: No Yakuza 0 is yet another great PlayStation exclusive and a fantastic way to

The Flame in the Flood [Review]

Title: The Flame in the Flood: Complete Edition Format: PSN Release Date: January 17th, 2017 Publisher: Curve Digital Developer: The Molasses Flood MSRP: $14.99 ESRB Rating: T PS4 Pro Support: no PS VR Support: no Welcome to the gorgeous world of The Flame in the Flood! The gameplay is simple, you walk around and collect

Sylvio [Review]

Title: Sylvio Format: PSN (2.53GB) Release Date: January 13th, 2017 Publisher: Stroboskop Developer: Stroboskop Original MSRP: $12.99 ESRB Rating: T PS4 Pro Support: No PS VR Support: No  Sylvio is a horror game where you play as a girl named Juliette Waters. She’s using an EVP (electronic voice phenomenon) to track

Firewatch REVIEW

Getting lost is incredibly easy in Firewatch‘s intimate sliver of national forest. Instead of a mini-map or a bright flashing arrow, protagonist Henry gets a compass and a less-than-detailed paper map that he has to physically hold in front of him to even see where he

The Order: 1886 [Review]

Title: The Order: 1886 Platform & Format: PS4 via PSN / Blu-Ray Disk Release Date: February 20th, 2015 Publisher: Sony Interactive Entertainment Developer: Read At Dawn MSRP: $19.99 ESRB Rating: M PS4 Pro Support: No PS VR Support: No  Sony Interactive Entertainment revealed at E3 2013 that Santa Monica Studio and Ready