Review: Borderlands 3 (PS4)

It’s been seven years since Borderlands 2 was released. In that span of time we’ve seen groundbreaking gameplay in Breath of the Wild and The Phantom Pain. We’ve seen revised takes on the loot-shooter genre like Destiny and The Division. We’ve even seen oddball spin-offs like adventure game Tales from the Borderlands and the Australian-infused … Continue reading Review: Borderlands 3 (PS4)

Game Review: Blazing Chrome (Windows 10)

Blazing Chrome feels like the lovechild of Contra and Mega Man X. It’s a 2D side-scrolling shooter with six levels. It should be short and sweet, but ala Contra each time you’re hit by an enemy you die immediately. You’ll pop right back up, blinking with momentary invulnerability, hoping the same enemy type or boss … Continue reading Game Review: Blazing Chrome (Windows 10)

Game Review: Divinity: Original Sin 2

For the sake of clarity I am reviewing the single-player experience on Playstation 4. I have not tried the multiplayer or the PC version. Little things can make a big difference in Divinity: Original Sin 2. Whether it's the note containing key information buried somewhere in your inventory, the elusive mouse that teaches you the … Continue reading Game Review: Divinity: Original Sin 2

Game Review: Spider-Man PS4

Fans of Spider-Man will be happy to know that the new PS4 game does for their favorite wall-crawler what the Arkham series did for Batman, but hardcore gamers may be disappointed that in terms of groundbreaking gameplay Spider-Man on PS4 doesn't swing too high above the watermark that Arkham set. The open world gameplay is … Continue reading Game Review: Spider-Man PS4

Game Review: Horizon Zero Dawn

It took me a very long time to get through this game. Everyone said that the story sticks the landing, so I stuck it out too. They were right. Horizon Zero Dawn has a fantastic story and beautiful enough cut-scenes to be a great animated movie. It's the gameplay that I'm not too sold on, … Continue reading Game Review: Horizon Zero Dawn