Returning to the Payload | Overwatch League: Stage 3, Week 1

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Calling all Heroes! It's that time again - the payload is moving, the objective is active, and the fans have gathered once again for an intense stage of the Overwatch League! At the end of Stage 2, both the Blizzard arena and Twitch exploded with excitement as New York Excelsior took their victory in the playoffs against the Philadelphia Fusion. Now, we enter Stage 3 with a bubbling mixture of anticipation and enthusiasm to see

Skin It To Win It | Monster Hunter: World Review

“Choose your target, track it down. Quickly, now, pick up the pace. Bash it, slash it, break its crown. And wear the pieces on your face.”   That, my friends, is the Monster Hunter series in a nutshell. The general flow of the franchise consists of racing the clock to track down a vicious beast and engage in a long, exciting battle. Victory rewards you with items, typically broken or skinned off your prey, to fashion new

Ubisoft Giveth and Ubisoft Taketh Away | A Review of Far Cry 5

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Ubisoft Giveth and Ubisoft Taketh Away: A Review of Far Cry 5 I have a love-hate relationship with the Far Cry series.  I didn’t much care for the first one; I skipped the second one; I actually really enjoyed the frat bro to Rambo story of the third one; I enjoyed 75 percent of the fourth one, until I realized I was pretty much playing the same game with a slightly better antagonist; I skipped the

Post Human W.A.R | Game Review

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Boom chicka boom chicka boom chicka What WHAT! I see I've gotten your attention, now let me thrill your mind a little more, with a Steam game that was fully released on December 14th, for the low price of 14.99. Here's a nice little sneak peek for you. Playdius has partnered with Studio Chahut and brought us a turn-based tactical strategy game called, Post Human W.A.R, and it is finally out of the long 6 months early access

One World, Two Cups | Cuphead Review

StudioMDHR decided to make their game development dreams a reality back in 2000 when they started work on a game inspired by 1930s era animation, but soon found the tools of development lacking. After the rise of indie game popularity, Chad and Jared Moldenhauer, founders of the studio, decided to give the project another shot. The two brothers had been connoisseurs of old cartoons since their childhood, and set out to create an experience similar

Destiny 2 | One Month Later

There’s no denying the phenomenon that is Destiny. It took the gaming world by storm in 2014 as longtime Halo developer, Bungie, stepped away from the juggernaut franchise that made them famous and embarked on a new journey. This new, exciting MMORPGFPS (because that’s a thing now) redefined social play on console but was plagued by a bare-bones launch. A lack of content followed by an initially lackluster DLC offering hamstrung the game and turned

Freedom Is Earned | Pyre Review

Over the last six years, Supergiant Games has made a name for themselves for the stunning art style and impressive soundtracks found in their renowned RPGs. The studio’s debut title, Bastion, caught the attention of many Xbox 360 and PC players in 2011 and was one of the first games that prompted a shift in the perception of the “indie” genre. The studio’s next title, Transistor, received similar praise when it released in 2014, further

Shovelry Is (Not) Dead | Shovel Knight: Treasure Trove Review

Shovel Knight originally appeared as a Kickstarter project back in 2013 promising a new adventure wrapped in an old-school package. Taking cues from multiple 8-bit classics from the days of the NES, Yacht Club Games successfully brought us a highly polished, humorous, and challenging game that absolutely nailed the retro feel and aesthetic while ditching some of the old annoyances of the games of yesterday. The Kickstarter included a few fairly ambitious stretch goals in

A Bright Future | Horizon Zero Dawn Review

We, as gamers, find ourselves in one of the most crowded, competitive seasons in recent memory as a multitude of heavy hitting titles fight tooth and nail for a second in the spotlight. Whether it’s the return of staple franchises like the Legend of Zelda and Mass Effect, the emergence of new IP like For Honor, or even a brand new console in the Nintendo Switch; the slightest misstep can spell disaster for an otherwise

Follow Your Heart…If You Can Keep Up | Kingdom Hearts 2.8 FCP Review

It’s been over a decade since our last main entry in the Kingdom Hearts franchise and while we’re still a long way off from Kingdom Hearts 3, this new collection is a sizeable step in the right direction. Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue is the third collection for this drawn out series but unlike its predecessors, it has a fair share of brand new content. The Kingdom Hearts collections follow the same basic

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