Not Enough TLC for DLC

Nearly every single game released now eventually has some form of downloadable content released, promising that something extra will improve the experience. Some of this comes in the form of pre-order content,...

Review: Gears of War Judgment

It’s one of those franchises that, being a set of exclusive titles helped build support for the actual system and with its main story conclusion attempted, rather poorly, to fool us into thinking that it was...

Review: Bioshock Infinite

When it was reported Ken Levine personally killed off the Bioshock movie project, he explained that there was hesitation if the right creative minds where at the helm to pull off a film version of what he has...

Resident Evil: Reboot Required?

It has been 17 years since S.T.A.R.S. Alpha team investigated a secret laboratory underneath a mansion in Raccoon City . . . and we no longer know where Resident Evil is. Nearly two decades since Capcom...

Review: Tomb Raider

The credits roll and I am greeted with a thank you message for playing and completing the reimagining of Lara Croft. Black and white photos show members of the development team beaming with pride. Another...

Preview: Dominatron

Online multiplayers are arguably more popular than ever and it’s no real surprise. Mainly because playing with others, particularly friends are fun and we don’t mind more of that. Dominatron is trying...

Too many franchises?

The world of entertainment is no stranger to a franchise. Movies, television, video games and even books have trilogies, quadrilogies and other series that seem forever expansive and intertwine...

Review: Dragonborn (Skyrim DLC)

Every so often a game comes about that engulfs us. Transports us into a completely different world and allows us to live there for as many hours as we let it. We can begin another life there. After we complete...

Review: Hitman Absolution

I was so excited to play Hitman: Codename 47 on PC back in 2000 that I picked up a copy while on a school trip to France (They don't check age ratings there apparently). After six years since the bar-coded...

Review: Miasma 2

    It is an important factor for RPGs to have something specific in their arsenal to really reel in an audience in order to justify a sequel. Unfortunately, by ESP Games throws out a generic...