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LawBreakers Review

Just as LawBreakers wastes zero time in communicating its intentions and goals to the player, I’m not going to waste your time with this review. LawBreakers is the best twitch shooter, bar none, that I’ve played in the past five years. The…

Tekken 7 Review

Through presentation, updates to the fight mechanics, and a deluge of content for fans to enjoy, Tekken 7 punches through the competition and reminds us why Tekken is one of the best fighting game franchises of all time.

Uncanny Valley Review

Uncanny Valley is a 2D horror game in the pixel art style that attempts to instill a sense of paranoia, intrigue and horror in its players. Partly taking place past midnight in an empty office building and in the distorted, surreal…

World Of Final Fantasy Review

Gotta catch...I mean stack em’ all World of Final Fantasy is an adorable and addictive JRPG set in the (you guessed it) world of Final Fantasy.  Debuting on the PS4 and Vita this game has quickly become one of my favorite RPG’s of recent…

Rocket League Review

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q7xK-WLyid4 What is it? In Rocket League, you use rocket powered cars in order to play 1v1, 2v2, 3v3 or 4v4 games of soccer. That’s basically the whole premise of the game. How is it? Rocket League is some of…

Never Alone Review

Never Alone is a game that I’m glad I played once but will likely never pick up again. What is it? In Never Alone, you play as a girl named Nuna and her fox companion. It’s a puzzle platformer that is an interpretation of Alaskan…

Ratchet and Clank Review

When the PlayStation 4 first launched, I had high hopes that Knack would be the new Ratchet and Clank. It turns out, Ratchet and Clank is the new Ratchet and Clank. Nothing says “video game that plays like a Pixar film” than great writing,…