Tekken 7: Out With the Old, In With the New?

I’ve dabbled about 10 hours into Tekken 7, the latest game of the franchise. As a longtime fan, the first thing I noticed in Arcade Mode was the absence of fan favorite characters.

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REVIEW: My Experience Finding BIGFOOT – Early Access

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Imagine being in a forest during sunset. You’re holding a Winchester rifle, 6 rounds ready to go. You suddenly hear an unearthly roar.  Continue reading REVIEW: My Experience Finding BIGFOOT – Early Access

Alien Isolation: The Wonders of Lighting

As a fan of the 1979 movie, Alien, I couldn’t resist picking this game up. With a recent string of terrible to downright horrible Alien related games, this one is a game that will definitely knock your socks off.

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3 Tips for Handling Persona 5

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Persona 5 is a behemoth of a game. Closing in on 100 hours of game play, there’s a lot you need to tackle in a school year.

(Please note, this article contains spoilers of the game)

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“Simple” Style, Big Impact: Pixel Art Games by Benjamin Rivers

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When we dial back on video game extravagance and blockbuster mentality, we come back to the core of 8-bit graphics.  Continue reading “Simple” Style, Big Impact: Pixel Art Games by Benjamin Rivers

REVIEW! Double Action Boogaloo

Over the years, third person shooters have always been a hit or miss for me. Games like Resident Evil 4, Max Payne, Dead Space, Gears of War, and any Tom Clancy games, help to shape and define a generation of third person shooters. However, every so often, there comes a clone of these kinds of games that is just a lot of fun to play. Continue reading REVIEW! Double Action Boogaloo