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Few franchises make it past their first entry, but fewer make it to their tenth. The key to survival is to change up the formula and shake things up. Mortal Kombat X is the latest entry in the Mortal Kombat series and is the best title to date. Following up from 2011’s Mortal Kombat 9, and a series reboot,...

This is my first dive into America’s Pastime since the early 1990’s. My last brush being Ken Griffey Jr’s Baseball. With this in mind, I have no...

Just as The Order: 1886 was set for launch – the title was released in certain cities earlier than street date unleashing a wave of anger at the length...

The Escapists plays like a love letter to pop culture and Prison Break. My first day in prison and I was sent to solitary confinement and beaten to a...

I haven’t had the chance to play an Ace Combat title for nearly eight years with the 2007 release Fires of Liberation. While I enjoyed it and definitely...

Evolve takes on more than what Turtle Rock had in mind when announcing their latest experiment on multiplayer gaming. The concepts put forth into Evolve...

Dying Light – you are oh so good. Since I started you’ve been nothing but a rush and so damn addicting.  Dying Light takes the established mechanics...

  Citizens of Earth is something of a marvel. A failed Kickstarter that got a happy ending and a pickup by Atlus to be published! Eden Industries brings to the table a game that is fun, quirky and beautiful. It’s kind of like a geeky girlfriend but no long term commitments to anything! Citizens of Earth is a scratch I didn’t know I needed to have itched and boy...

I was given the chance to review The Talos Principle and right away I asked if this had anything to do with Bethesda’s franchise, The Elder Scrolls....

The Crew has one of the most realized and most exciting worlds I’ve had the pleasure of playing in. From the minute that  I began my adventure through...