Book of Demons is the first installment of developer Thing Trunk's series Return 2 Games, which is creating a "Paperverse" of games inspired by the "early golden days" of PC gaming. Return 2 Games is planned to be made up of seven Books where the game world is a pop-up book, paper style. Book of … Continue reading Book of Demons Review
It has been over one and a half months since Destiny 2's first big expansion, Forsaken, released. I don't even want to guess about how much time I've put into the game during this time, but suffice to say it has been A LOT. I've gotten two of my characters to 600 (and my third … Continue reading Destiny 2 Forsaken Review
In January, WWE's flagship program, Monday Night RAW, celebrated it's 25th anniversary. It was a huge milestone and one that came near the 1,300 episode mark. Unfortunately for us fans, the actual program itself was a huge let down. While WWE creative did a poor job of celebrating the event, the folks at DK and … Continue reading WWE RAW: The First 25 Years Review
Assassin’s Creed first released in 2007, and two years later saw its first sequel. After that, fans of the franchise got a new entry every year from 2009 to 2015 with the release of Assassin’s Creed Syndicate. With a technically flawed release in 2014 with Unity, many fans began to feel burned out on the … Continue reading Assassin’s Creed Origins Review
Stardew Valley hits all the right notes and checks all the right boxes as a feature rich farming based RPG. If it can be done better, I'd certainly like to see it, but no one person could make a better game for this genre than Eric Barone has done. I'd say it's the peak, the Harvest Moon game many of us always wanted.
Wrestling fans rejoice - the 3rd Edition of the WWE Encyclopedia is finally here. Back in 2009, WWE and DK teamed up to bring wrestling fans the first ever WWE Encyclopedia. At the time it was "the definitive guide to World Wrestling Entertainment," and it was truly a must have for any wrestling fan as … Continue reading WWE Encyclopedia 3rd Edition Review
Back when it came out I and many other people considered Black Flag a watershed for the series and rightfully. Simply put: This is the next watershed and if they can continue to crank out games like this at this level of quality the I hope they making these games for as long as they sell because I'll never get tired of something like this. I'll welcome a game like this every year with wide open arms.
A few years ago I wrote a little piece about FPS Freek Havoc and Infinity thumbstick grips for PS3 and I really liked them. But, like the PS3 itself, they've been pushed aside (well actually one of the Havoc's broke sometime early last year and that was my fault). Out of the box, the Dualshock … Continue reading Gaming Accessories: FPS Freek Galaxy Review
A little over a year ago I posted my review of vanilla Destiny, which I gave a superb 4.5 star rating. That review encompassed the game from launch to three weeks after launch with a little over 85 hours invested in it and having done everything but the raid. Now here we are a month and a half removed from the release of Destiny’s first major expansion, The Taken King, and it is time to review it all over again.
While far be it from me to condone direct theft/plagiarism, I will say here, that even though this movie was a direct rip-off of Bram Stroker’s Dracula, as a motion picture, it remains superior to any subsequent attempt to film the Dracula story, even to this day. This is another review from the big 50-pack … Continue reading Nosferatu Review
Still trapped in the same cabin from part one, Ash, the sole survivor from last time out, still finds himself battling the undead. To keep things interesting a few interlopers and visitors pop up here and there, but mostly, this is Ashley’s inner-badass coming out party bay-bay. Evil Dead 2 is the film most people … Continue reading Evil Dead 2 Review
As we get nearer to Halloween, I was struggling to think of more horror titles to fit in with the QDR series when the ‘Evil Dead’ franchise popped in my head. This works as a double tie-in with the Halloween season, plus the new TV series starting this fall starring none other than Mr. Bruce … Continue reading The Evil Dead Review