The latest free update to No Man's Sky, this one dubbed Abyss, is now available on PC, PS4, and Xbox One. Players can now better explore oceans and build underwater habitats. Check out the trailer for the update below, and below that you'll find the full patch notes for Abyss. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YIrCX5PomuA Explore the terrors of… Continue reading No Man’s Sky Abyss Update Now Available; Full Patch Notes
Yakuza 0 is a niche game designed for a Japanese audience first, it's extremely story heavy, and it does have some outdated design mechanics/elements and even graphics (it kinda feels like a remastered PS2 game). If you can get into it though, you're likely to find a very engrossing experience with a lot to offer. If you're like me though, you're probably going to have a hard time getting into it as a newcomer to the series.
The Tomb Raider reboot of 2013 was my dark horse game of the year, as it was for many other people. It was impressive and it struck a nice balance on gameplay and challenges that drew in many new fans to the series, including myself. I had always respected this series and I had tried… Continue reading Review: Rise of The Tomb Raider
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.
I deliberately held off on doing this review because very few if any outlets have bothered to give this game a fair shake post patches. The bulk of what you see out there is either 1.0 or 1.1 when the game was in a far worse state. As of the date I write this: January… Continue reading Assassin’s Creed Unity Review
Today we shall look at a fun, but slightly flawed game, Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor. Middle-Earth is an action adventure RPG romp into the universe of the Lord of the Rings. With that established and without further adieu, let's get this show on the road. I believe that I have stated on numerous occasions that am… Continue reading Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor Review
I am a huge fan of the Assassin's Creed games so admittedly I approach these games with a healthy benefit of the doubt and positive bias in place. I hope I'm not an outright fanboy and I don't think I am since I can harp on some quibbles and nitpicks I had from previous games,… Continue reading Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag Review
It's somewhat of a miracle the Ryse in its current state exists at all when you truly think about it. What was originally intended to be a Kinect title on the 360, had to be gutted and completely reconfigured to be a live action launch title for the XBOX One. Truth be told I was… Continue reading Ryse Son of Rome Review
I was admittedly a bit late to the Knack party prior to launch. I had heard the name and knew it was an exclusive launch title coming out for the Playstation 4 and that was more or less the extent of my knowledge. It wasn't until our own Gary Smith put some information in our… Continue reading Knack Review
Hello boys and girls and welcome back to another edition of everyone's favorite video game review, The Backlog...what? This isn't your favorite review? Oh...well that's embarrassing. Today we'll be taking a look at LEGO: Marvel Super Heroes, Telltale Games latest LEGO incarnation. I've been meaning to get around to writing this for a week or… Continue reading LEGO: Marvel Super Heroes Review