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Tiny Tina’s Won­der­lands Review — Spells, Guns, And Badassery

When Gear­box first announced Tiny Tina’s Won­der­lands, I was excited–but extreme­ly skeptical–about the game. The main dri­ving force behind this skep­ti­cism was the rather…

Hori­zon For­bid­den West Review — A New Fron­tier Full New Of Problems

The high­ly antic­i­pat­ed Hori­zon For­bid­den West has final­ly been released and, to my sur­prise, it’s not exact­ly what I had expect­ed. Not to say…

Poké­mon Bril­liant Diamond/Shining Pearl Review — A Semi-Pre­cious Gem

If you were lucky enough to have a Nin­ten­do DS back in day, Poké­mon Dia­mond And Pearl might dredge up some good mem­o­ries for…

Call Of Duty: Van­guard Review — Anoth­er Sledge­ham­mer Sinker

A year has already passed in the Call of Duty cycle and Sledge­ham­mer Games is the devel­op­er of this lat­est title, Call of Duty:…

Far Cry 6 Review — In Need Of Anoth­er Revolution

I’ve been a fan of Far Cry for quite some time, hav­ing played the series from the sec­ond title through the cur­rent game. I’ve…

Kena: Bridge Of Spir­its Review — Don’t Let Those Angry Spir­its Bring You Down

The action-adven­ture game, Kena: Bridge of Spir­its, is much more than I had orig­i­nal­ly antic­i­pat­ed. I expect­ed a whim­si­cal gala­vant through a fan­ta­sy land,…

Life Is Strange: True Col­ors Review — Emo­tions Lead The Way

The Life Is Strange series is one of my favorite episod­ic graph­ic adven­ture games, so I was excit­ed when Square Enix announced a new…

Retur­nal Review — The Cycle Of Liv­ing And Dying On Repeat

Retur­nal has become one of those games that sticks out in mind. Not for the rea­sons you would expect, as this game takes many…

Paper Mario: The Origa­mi King Review — A Half-Fold­ed Kingdom

The uni­verse of Paper Mario has always been a whim­si­cal, dis­tant, place from the main, grit­ty world of orig­i­nal Mario. Thank­ful­ly, Paper Mario: The…

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