Review: Mass Effect: Andromeda

Review: Mass Effect: Andromeda

Review: Mass Effect: Andromeda So close to love, and yet so far. ; As a huge fan of the original Mass Effect trilogy, Mass Effect: Andromeda has left me feeling deeply conflicted. The list of complaints I have about the game is lengthy, and it seems to be a step...
Review: Styx: Shards of Darkness

Review: Styx: Shards of Darkness

Review: Styx: Shards of Darkness A case study in bad writing. ; Of Orcs and Men is easily one of my favourite RPGs. It was focused in the story it wanted to tell, had stunning music, and most importantly, the characters were fascinating. Consider my surprise when,...
Review: Resident Evil 7

Review: Resident Evil 7

Review: Resident Evil 7 Exquisite evil. ; Creeping around this house rarely feels safe. At first, I don’t even know what’s unsettling me. It’s dark, sure, and I bloody knew that door was going to latch and lock behind me (and not just because I’ve played/screamed my...
Review: Nintendo Switch

Review: Nintendo Switch

Review: Nintendo Switch An amazing handheld rushed to market. ; When Nintendo first revealed the Switch, they were very careful to stress in its marketing that this was a home console that you could take with you on the go, and not a portable console you could plug...
Review: The Division: Last Stand

Review: The Division: Last Stand

Review: The Division: Last Stand Cracks in the foundation ; Instanced, competitive multiplayer has been one of the most highly requested features for The Division since it launched last March. The Dark Zone’s player vs. player vs. environment structure was intriguing,...
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