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Review — Kingdoms Of Amalur: Re-Reckoning
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Wednesday, 16th of September 2020 - 09:00 PM ]
Kingdoms Of Amalur We sit down and review Kingdoms Of Amalur: Re-Reckoning. Another remaster that is bringing back an underrated title. Here is our review of Kingdoms Of Amalur: Re-Reckoning Remakes and remasters are still all the rage as we march forward and here we go with Kingdoms Of Amalur: Re-Reckoning. The remaster of the game with the same title from 383 Studios that THQ Nordic has put out there for us. Rumors started back when they picked up the IP for Kingdoms Of Amalur that we might see more for the IP and here we go with the remaster of it all. Read More...
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Review — Metamorphosis
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Wednesday, 12th of August 2020 - 09:00 PM ]
Metamorphosis We sit down and review Metamorphosis. A Kafka-inspired platformer where you are a bug. Here is our review of Metamorphosis It is time for a new first-person platforming-based title to enter the ring for the PS4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC with Metamorphosis. This would be the latest title to come out of Ovid Works and All In! Games that dives into some of Franz Kafka's works in terms of theme and mood while having us navigate the world in the body of an insect in a mix between the two worlds. Those who know the original book, The Metamorphosis, will have a better understanding of it all even if the game was only inspired and not a direct retelling of it all. Read More...
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Review — HELM DB12 AAAMP Cable
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Wednesday, 5th of August 2020 - 09:00 PM ]
HELM DB12 We sit down and review the HELM DB12 AAAMP Cable. A new accessory that could kick up the audio options for your mobile pleasure. We have all been there before when our normal headphones for our mobile devices just do not cut it. Maybe they are not truly noise-canceling or just cannot give us the output we normally want with our music and games. This is where the HELM DB12 AAAMP Cable aims to step in and give us all a bit more aid to this. Some of us do want to be able to have some THX quality sound in our ears when listening to music or taking some of our video games on the go. Read More...
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Review — Maid Of Sker
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Friday, 31st of July 2020 - 09:00 PM ]
Maid Of Sker We sit down and review Maid Of Sker. A new horror experience where songs are not your friends. Here is our review of Maid Of Sker There have been many horror games out there that have used sound as a gimmick to drive the fear and now we have Maid Of Sker here to add to that mix and use it as a way to help keep us quiet a bit. Something that might sound like something many other forms of media have used as of late, but given how long it takes to make video games it should not be seen as something Wales Interactive is jumping onto. In fact, Maid Of Sker also comes along with a much deeper story than some of those others while making sure that we can be frightened by making the slightest peep in the game. Read More...
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Review — Destroy All Humans!
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Wednesday, 29th of July 2020 - 07:00 PM ]
Destroy All Humans We sit down and review Destroy All Humans!. The invasion is happening again with a new remaster. Here is our review of Destroy All Humans! Just about fifteen years ago we were all introduced to a little title called Destroy All Humans! For the time it was an okay game and it caught the eyes of many. Some of those that it caught the eyes of had to be some of the decision-makers over at Black Forest Games and THQ Nordic, as we are back with it again here in 2020. Not in the way of another sequel or spin-off, but a full remake of the original Destroy All Humans! Read More...
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Review — SUPERHOT: Mind Control Delete
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Friday, 24th of July 2020 - 09:00 PM ]
SUPERHOT We sit down and review SUPERHOT: Mind Control Delete. The next full hack into the franchise here. Here is our review of SUPERHOT: Mind Control Delete If you have been waiting for more SUPERHOT after all the different options you have had before, then get ready for the next one to come out from SUPERHOT Team here. A fully new title into the franchise that uses our movement to dictate the movement of time in the game's world. All of which you should have known by now when it comes to this. Read More...
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Comic Review — The Witcher: House Of Glass
by Julia Schoebel [ Monday, 13th of July 2020 - 05:00 PM ]
Witcher Needing to give yourself a break from Netflix and Games for a minute? Try reading The Witcher comics. Toss a Comic to your Witcher! Looking for a Witcher fix while waiting for the second season to drop? Fans may need to hit the snooze button on this comic series, written by Paul Tobin and art by Joe Querio, Piotr Kowalski, and Max Bertolini. This five-run comic series was originally released in 2014, “Starting with House of Glass.” Honestly, we should be expecting more from this Eisner winning author who clearly phoned this one in. Read More...
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Review — Those Who Remain
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Friday, 19th of June 2020 - 09:00 PM ]
Those Who Remain We sit down and review Those Who Remain. Another horror walking sim with a dark tale hidden within. Here is our review of Those Who Remain The horrors keep flowing out there as we now have Those Who Remain out there to scare us and make us question some of our motives in life. This would be the latest title from Camel 101 and Wired Productions that has hit the PS4, Xbox One, and PC for those gamers to enjoy. While Those Who Remain looks like just another of those horror walking simulators, there is something a bit deeper and darker going on in this indie title. Thankfully, we had a chance to give the game a go and see just what it all holds. Read More...
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Review — Mortal Kombat 11: Aftermath
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Friday, 5th of June 2020 - 09:00 PM ]
Mortal Kombat We sit down and review Mortal Kombat 11: Aftermath. A new story expansion for Mortal Kombat 11 with other updates. Here is our review it all There have been a whole lot of updates and DLC for Mortal Kombat 11 so far since it first dropped on the PS4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC. Most of which have been character add ons and then the normal tweaks that NetherRealm Studios has to do so they can keep the game balanced and accessible to all fans as things march forward. Most of the time, this is for the multiplayer aspect of the game and not for those that play for the story and lore. The team has done wonders to push that forward in the genre and franchise so far. Read More...
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Review — Maneater
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Friday, 22nd of May 2020 - 09:00 PM ]
Maneater We sit down and review Maneater. The big shaRkPG that is making a huge splash right now. Here is our review of Maneater Talk about a game that made a splash, pun intended, when it was first announced and that game was Maneater. This would be that new RPG from Tripwire Interactive that places un in the role of a shark in a new RPG title for the PS4, Xbox One, and PC. It humorously took over all of the gaming shows that wanted to show off just what Maneater was all about as a vicious shark chowed down on all of the humans at the beach. Now we are finally here to take a deeper dive into what the game brings to the table. Read More...
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Review — The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Monday, 11th of May 2020 - 07:00 PM ]
The Walking Dead We sit down and review The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners. A VR dive into a new part of The Walking Dead universe. Here is our review of the game In the midst of a crazy pandemic going on, there is no better time to escape into another virtual world where a different pandemic happened and that would be the world of The Walking Dead. Now we are heading into a different part of the world with Saints & Sinners from Skydance Interactive. This time on the PSVR even though it has released on the PC for the Oculus and Rift already. Read More...
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Review — The Inner Friend
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Wednesday, 6th of May 2020 - 09:00 PM ]
Inner Friend We sit down and review The Inner Friend. A new experimental psychological horror to bend your mind. Here is our review of The Inner Friend Here we go with another title that has been out on PC for a while already and now is out there for console owners to give a go. That title is The Inner Friend and is the latest one to get out there from Playmind on the PS4 and Xbox One. It garnered some great praise the first time it launched, so it only made sense to give it all a go on the consoles here. Something that can be hit or miss in general and now we get to see if The Inner Friend still holds up. Read More...
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Review — Moons Of Madness
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Wednesday, 1st of April 2020 - 09:00 PM ]
Moons Of Madness We sit down and review Moons Of Madness. A new entry into the cosmic-horror genre that also happens to not be on Earth. Here is our review of Moons Of Madness Anytime I am offered a new entry into the horror genre I am down, which is why I was over the moon to hear and see Moons Of Madness announced and then released. Some of you may remember that it was launched back in October for the PC, but some of us had to wait a bit for it to finally hit the PS4 and Xbox One. I was one of those people and it hurt a bit to have to wait. Read More...
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Comic Review — Injustice: Gods Among Us
by Julia Schoebel [ Tuesday, 31st of March 2020 - 05:00 PM ]
Injustice Needing to give yourself a break from Netflix and Games for a minute? Try reading the Injustice: Gods Among Us comics The Injustice series was written by Tom Taylor and Brian Buccellato, and illustrated by a number of artists, including Jheremy Raapack, Mike S. Miller, Bruno Redondo, and Tom Derenick just to name a few. Though, most comics based on video games tend to be shameless sell-outs for cash, Injustice: Gods Among Us is well written and illustrated. It has defiantly been binge-worthy, there are plenty of issues to read as well. Read More...
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Review — DOOM Eternal
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Wednesday, 25th of March 2020 - 07:00 PM ]
DOOM We sit down and review DOOM Eternal. The fast-paced, demon-killing, franchise is back with some new surprises. Here is our review of DOOM Eternal Some of us are sanitizing our homes and others are Satanizing our homes with the launch of DOOM Eternal. The next big installment to the franchise from id Software that aims to keep us all knees deep in demonic viscera and gore. At least in a virtual way on the PC, Xbox One, PS4, and Switch. The DOOM IP has been a staple out there for first-person shooters and now we get to see if it is going to keep us entertained in these trying times or hoping for the good old days of other FPS titles. Read More...
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