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Sheer Velocity Killed The Kat | Gravity Rush 2 Review

Back in 2012, the original Gravity Rush released on the PlayStation Vita. The protagonist, Kat, wakes up in a mysterious town surrounded by storms, alongside a mysterious cat with the uncanny ability to manipulate gravity. With the press of a button, “Gravity Queen” Kat could negate her own gravitational pull

Divided Highway | Final Fantasy XV Review

First announced as Final Fantasy Versus XIII ten years ago, Square Enix’s long-awaited, newest entry in the highly acclaimed series is finally here. The game has undergone quite a few changes in the last ten years due to a troubled development cycle, switching directors, team members, and even the overall

Excellence in Exhilarating Entertainment | Standouts of E3

E3 2016

I’ve wanted to attend E3 for a long time, and was finally given the chance to make it this year. I had the chance to meet and chat with many of my favorite developers and journalists, stand in long, uncomfortable lines, and complain about how much my feet hurt at

Lock, Fox, And Two Smoking Barrel Rolls | Star Fox Zero & Guard Review

star fox zero

Take a moment to remember when you first used a video game controller. I can imagine things didn’t go too well at first. Were you upset when things didn’t quite work out the way you imagined? Did you find yourself screaming at the screen, accusing the game of cheating and

Reboot You A New One | Ratchet & Clank (PS4) Review

Ratchet & Clank

The original Ratchet & Clank (the game) was released for the PlayStation 2 nearly fourteen years ago. The series has since seen multiple sequels and spinoffs across various systems and undoubtedly has its fair share of fans, myself included.  Even as a fan, I feel the quality of the games

Gotta Thrash ‘Em All | Pokkén Tournament Review

pokken tournament

If you really think about it, the Pokémon universe is pretty terrible. People from around the world find random creatures largely minding their own business and pelt them with spherical objects, trapping them inside against their will. If that wasn’t bad enough, they then order these helpless creatures to violently