I had a lot of expectations for Watch Dogs as I viewed in my head as my first serious Xbox One game. Oh, sure, I'd gone around with Titanfall for a while, but that was more something along the lines of a summer romance which I traded back in the moment that the time I . . . → Read More: Watch Dogs For Xbox One Review
There was a crooked man, who walked a crooked mile…
So goes the start of the Crooked Man children's rhyme and, in trying to follow the subject of that poem, Bigby Wolf has been forced to walk an equally crooked path as he continues his investigation into all the goings on that have recently been . . . → Read More: The Wolf Among Us Episode 4: In Sheep’s Clothing review.
Not Child's Play…
Telltale has done a lot to not just revive but revitalize the adventure game genre; indeed you could say that Telltale has done a lot to bring it back from the dead, but considering the subject of this review that would be a truly awful pun. One of the showpieces of Telltale's . . . → Read More: The Walking Dead: In Harm’s Way review
Time travelers have always been a little bit…off. Whether this is due to what they have glimpsed traipsing through the timelines or whether it was just the eddies in their behavior due to the genius that allowed them to conquer the time stream, those who dabble in this particular branch of science always come off . . . → Read More: Chronology review
In the online gain of first-person shooters, any edge one can get over another opponent that gives an advantage is fair game for most. Some FPS players will play a single map over and over again exploring every nook and cranny, every vantage point, and sight-lines for the best way to score on other players. . . . → Read More: Kontrol Freek Control Stick Extenders Review
I've always had a soft spot for the point and click adventure game. Many of my formative gaming experiences were spent guiding the likes of Guybrush Threepwood, Zak McCraken, Bernard of Maniac Mansion fame, and others through a variety of bizarre (and often dangerous) circumstances. After a while, though, the technology and the tastes of . . . → Read More: The Blackwell Epiphany Review