Chronos: Before The Ashes Review

December 11, 2020 // 0 Comments

In 2016, Gunfire Games released the RPG Chronos, which a lot of folks compared to titles like Dark Souls and The Legend of Zelda. While the game was generally well received, it had an extremely limited audience because it was a VR game on PC promoted by Oculus. So you had to VR to play it. Now the game has been overhauled and the VR removed, and [...]

No Man’s Sky Update 3.10 Patch Notes – Next Generation

October 28, 2020 // 0 Comments

Here are the patch notes for No Man’s Sky Update 3.10, the Next Generation update. NEXT GENERATION CONSOLE SUPPORT No Man’s Sky is now compatible with PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S. Save games can be transferred from previous console generations to their next generation equivalent. PSVR owners can continue to experience No [...]

Watch The No Man’s Sky Next Generation Trailer

October 28, 2020 // 0 Comments

No Man’s Sky is getting an enhanced, free next generation upgrade for PS5 and Xbox Series X/S. Next Generation is Update 3.10 and it brings a graphically enhanced and smoother No Man’s Sky to the next generation of consoles. All enhancements are available to PC players. Continue your journey in a universe with bigger bases, lusher planets, [...]

Cloudpunk Review

October 20, 2020 // 0 Comments

There’s not much gameplay depth to ION LANDS narrative based adventure in a cyberpunk open world, but there’s a good story filled with conspiracy, hackers, and a rogue AI to unravel and explore to make up for it. Originally released in April 2020 for PC, the “neon-noir story in a rain-drenched cyberpunk metropolis” [...]

PlayStation Plus’ Free Games For December 2018 Announced

November 28, 2018 // 0 Comments

PlayStation has revealed the lineup of free games that PlayStation Plus subscribers will be able to download in December. The list includes three PS4 games, two PS3 games, and two PS Vita games. First up for PS4 is Soma from Fictional Games, the creators of Amnesia: The Dark Descent. Soma is a horror adventure game with “an unsettling story [...]

Call of Cthulhu Review

November 2, 2018 // 0 Comments

Wayback in February 1928, the pulp magazine Weird Tales featured a short story from H.P. Lovecraft titled “The Call of Cthulhu.” In the 90 years since then, Cthulhu has been expanded on and the Cthulhu Mythos have transitioned to essentially every form of entertainment. In 1981, Chaosium released the first edition of the Call of [...]

Jeremiah Johnson Review

June 2, 2015 // 0 Comments

Jeremiah Johnson is an overlooked northern western that tells the story of a man who leaves behind one society for a simpler life, but soon finds that simple definitely does not equate to easy. Johnson is played by Robert Redford in a role that he absolutely owns from beginning to end. This is one of the films I use a bench mark whenever I [...]

Swamp Thing Review

May 29, 2015 // 0 Comments

Way down in the swamps of Louisiana, Dr. Alec Holland (and his sister) has created a top-secret a secret formula that gives both plants/animals (and humans) that touch it the ability to survive in extreme conditions. It basically takes whatever the core essence of the thing it touches and makes that their super power. Alice, a government agent [...]

Murdered Soul Suspect Review

July 4, 2014 // 1 Comment

Murdered Soul Suspect starts off with a bang, or more accurately, a crash. Detective Ronan O’Connor is thrown out of an upstairs(4th floor I believe) window of an apartment building in Salem, Massachusetts. O’Connor was pursuing the a vicious serial killer known only as The Bell Killer. The multi-story fall didn’t kill [...]

Nebraska Review

April 19, 2014 // 7 Comments

I, along with many others, have harbored a deep irrational and unfair grudge against Bruce Dern ever since his role in “The Cowyboys” back in the 1970s where he became forever known as the man who shot John Wayne in the back. Other men had done the same deed over the years, but thanks in part to Dern’s memorable lanky facial features and his [...]