Quick Review: “Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition”

Quick Review: “Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition”

"DMC4," But With Vergil, Trish, and Lady

For those keeping track, "Devil May Cry 4" has been the last game in the main series released back in 2008. After fans have been demanding a new "Devil May Cry" game (traditional, not "DmC: Devil May Cry;" personally I believe we need more white-haired Dante and his antics), Capcom released... "DmC: Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition." But then they released "Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition," in a similar vein "Devil May Cry 3: Special Edition." Read more »

“Batman: Arkham Knight”

“Batman: Arkham Knight”

Batman Brought a Tank: The Game

Disclaimer: We reviewed the PS4 version. The PC version has been removed from Steam as of the publication of this article.) Read more »

Splatoon

Splatoon

Get Your Tentacles Dirty in the New IP from Nintendo … Or Not

"Splatoon," announced duringE3 2014 as a brand new IP from Nintendo, a developer known for rehashing its IPs until the end of time, finally released last Friday, May 29. The game is based around two squid girls with the power to shoot their color-coded ink at enemy targets to defeat them. A cutesy shooter that’s fun for the whole family is an interesting concept, as is the fact that Nintendo even created a new IP in a usually untouched genre (for them). So how did it do? Read more »

Catlateral Damage

Catlateral Damage

Live Through the Eyes of Your Furry Beast

"Catlateral Damage" is the current indie favorite showcased at PAX East in which you get to play a cat. Your entire mission is to create havoc wherever you go, throwing items off their respective surfaces, gaining power ups like increased jump, and destroying items like the toilet paper roll. Read more »

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

The Game That Fantasy Needed

I think it's safe to say that no game set for release in 2015 had as much hype behind it as "The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt." I picked up this newest addition to the series not because I wanted it, but because it came with a graphics card that I purchased. I'm not deaf, so I had been paying all the speculation and the build-up to the game's release last week. I don't have any real memories of any of the other games in the series (I only played the "Witcher 2" for a couple of hours before putting it down) and I really don't have much of a connection to Geralt as the game's hero. It's with that neutral mindset that I entered the world of "The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt." Does it live up to all the hype? Read more »

Sid Meier’s “Starships”

Sid Meier’s “Starships”

This Isn't Your Mama's "Civilization V!"

I feel like most people associate Sid Meier's exclusively with the "Civilization" series of games, and that is not necessarily a bad thing; they are an excellent and very well thought out series of games (experiences is perhaps more appropriate). This view, though, leaves out the fact that he has made many other simulation games including ones based around railroad systems ("Railroad Tycoon," "Railroads!") and air combat ("Ace Patrol"). This newest venture that bears the Sid Meier's branding is a step beyond other things we've seen from the master of simulation; I give to you Sid Meier's "Starships." Read more »

“Mario Party 10” for Wii U

“Mario Party 10” for Wii U

Transform Three of Your Closest Friends into Your Worst Enemies

Three heroes battled their way through all three modes to save the day from the wrathful Bowser and his spawn Bowser Jr. (Who mated with Bowser in the first place?) – Yosh420Swag (Yoshi), Papaya (Peach), and Toad (Toad). Together, they undertook each challenge to better understand the universe that is the latest rendition of “Mario Party” for Wii U – regular mode, Amiibo Party, and Bowser Party. Read more »

“Resident Evil Revelations 2”

“Resident Evil Revelations 2”

Not a Jill Sandwich, But Close

There has been a pretty bad image for “Resident Evil” games after “Resident Evil 4.” With “Resident Evil 5” taking a strongly action-oriented approach as opposed to being scary, the horror simply wasn’t there anymore. “Resident Evil 6” walked even further away with zombies with guns. Most people I’ve talked to speak ill about “Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City.” There was one diamond in that rough pile though - “Resident Evil Revelations.” While it doesn’t exactly match up with the older games before “RE4,” it showed that “Resident Evil” could still be somewhat scary and play well.

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Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number

Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number

Violence Is All Around Us, and It's Awesome!

"Hotline Miami 2" is the sequel and the final entry in the Hotline Miami series. So does it stack up to the gore and the challenge of the previous game? Read more »

Shelter 2

Shelter 2

It's Not Easy Being A Lynx

Being a mother lynx is stressful. Read more »

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