The Witcher 3 Complete Edition Collector’s Guide Review
Sep18

The Witcher 3 Complete Edition Collector’s Guide Review

The Witcher 3 Complete Edition Collector’s Guide Review After my 15+ Hours with this guide I can honestly say it has been a positive experience. This guide is packed to the gills with content. It has made my journey in the land of Nilfgaardian a painless introduction to the game. I knew to look at places I wouldn’t have given a second thought to, which made my journey that much more comfortable. Pros So let’s talk about all the...

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Movie Review Kingsglaive: Unfit for a King
Sep15

Movie Review Kingsglaive: Unfit for a King

Movie Review Kingsglaive: Unfit for a King If Kingsglaive succeeded in doing anything it’s proving that Square-Enix really should stop making Movies. Kingsglaive is an exercise in seeing how much fans are willing to forgive from a Square-Enix production. It does at least consistently feel like a Final Fantasy Movie peppered with nods to the series throughout, unlike The Spirits Within which couldn’t have had less to do with the...

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The Witcher 3: The Wild Hunt Review
Feb15

The Witcher 3: The Wild Hunt Review

It’s easy to see why CD Projekt’s Witcher 3: The Wild Hunt  is one of the best games of 2015. This fantasy based action role playing game follows around the main protagonist, Geralt, the Witcher, on his many duties and quests throughout the land. Having never played the other previous Witchers, it was still easy to follow the plotline. I won’t ruin anything for anyone, but Geralt became one of my favorite characters very quickly. His...

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Sword Art Online: The Lost Song (PS4 – Review)
Dec09

Sword Art Online: The Lost Song (PS4 – Review)

I don’t know about all of you, but I’m a rather huge fan of Sword Art Online. I love the art style, the characters and the concept of the series. It’s like a much more enjoyable version of .Hack and I’m sorry for all the fans of .Hack that I just offended. To catch those up to speed that don’t know about this anime series, let me catch you up on the general plot synopsis. Kirito and many other individuals...

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Tony Plays: Viscera Cleanup Detail
Dec02

Tony Plays: Viscera Cleanup Detail

I remember catching this game on stream at work and going…”Hold up. Are they on the Event Horizon?” I had to know what that game was. A chance to explore that awesome ship? I’m always curious when I’m watching a sci-fi movie. They try not to show too much, which is good, it helps create an atmosphere, but I can’t help but think: “Man, i wanna see what’s in that room….lemme mess with some knobs and shit!” This game kinda affords that...

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Review: Dropsy (PC)
Oct09

Review: Dropsy (PC)

I saw a preview for this game a few months back and I was intrigued by the art, with its creepy 90’s look, and got even more excited when I realized it was a point-and-click adventure, cause that’s my shit. I told Richard (King Glitchslap) about this game, and that I was gonna review it, to which he replied: “You’re so weird. I love it.” Is it weird? To be into games about clowns? Yeah, that’s….pretty weird. Fair enough, Richard....

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Punishing Polygons with GTA V [ J’s Quick Reviews ]
Oct03

Punishing Polygons with GTA V [ J’s Quick Reviews ]

J has his sights set on GTA V for his next quick review. He waited patiently for the PC release and has finally been able to share his thoughts on the game.

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A Very Default Review, But Done Bravely [ J’s Quick Reviews ]
Sep16

A Very Default Review, But Done Bravely [ J’s Quick Reviews ]

Review General Thoughts A lot of things go through my head when playing JRPGs: is this story engaging me, do I know who this character is, do I even *care* who this character is,  does the artwork enhance or detract from the story, did I eat lunch, should I eat lunch? You should always eat lunch.  Also, always wear sunscreen. You’ll notice that the most prominent thing to me in any RPG relates to the story.  I want to be...

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