Adam Larck

 

  • Paper Mario: Sticker Star was a good direction for the Paper Mario series. Sure, it was polarizing for some, but it made for a good risk/reward system and a fun game.

    Now, the Wii U Paper Mario: Color Splash has […]

  • Years later, Minecraft is still a fairly big phenomenon. Sure, it’s not as big as it once was, but it still has a pretty large following.

    One thing the block builder always lacked was a full story mode, though. S […]

  • Wrapping up our reviews of the budget gaming accessory Enhance line is the GX-H3 headset, one that can easily support gamers, no matter what side they like the mic on.

    The headset goes great with the mouse […]

  • Continuing with the Enhance line of reviews, we now have the GX-M2, the blue and black mouse.

    While the image above may have the mouse looking odd, keep in mind that it does come in traditional black as well […]

  • The Enhance gaming lineup by Accessory Power features plenty of PC gaming accessories for those looking for more than a standard mouse or keyboard without breaking the bank.

    Their flagship series, the GX […]

  • The Forza Horizon series has been one of my favorite racers in recent years, surpassing most of the Burnout series for me, except for Burnout Paradise.

    With Forza Horizon 3, though, I think Playground Games has […]

  • Deus Ex: Mankind Divided shows a great way to do a sequel.

    In Deus Ex: Human Revolution, many gamers loved the stealth style the series has always had, but hated that they were forced to fight in boss fights. […]

  • Headsets are starting to become more predominant now.
    This year, we’ve had the Gear VR, Vive, Oculus Rift and the upcoming PSVR. The one thing they all had in common, though, is that they are all virtual r […]

  • Ever since it was first shown, No Man’s Sky captured the attention of most. After all, who didn’t want to pilot a ship around to explore millions of planets, discovering new life and plants with friends?

    As tim […]

  • While plenty of headphones still have gamers wired to a controller or computer, it’s nice to run into a pair of Bluetooth headphones to allow for more freedom.

    What normally bogs down Bluetooth sets, though, i […]

  • I was hesitant on Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Previous Lego games had either focused on three movies or an entire series.

    Now, we had an entire game trying to focus on one movie. While Traveller’s T […]

  • To call Duelyst just a Hearthstone spin-off would be a disservice to the game by Counterplay Games.

    The team put a lot of work into balancing cards for different groups and to try and get players deeply […]

  • Jackbox Games has had a huge success with their party packs.

    One of the standout titles to play with friends on mobile devices had to be Drawful, where friends could trace out a hint to show everyone how […]

  • Pac-Man 256 was an entertaining endless running on iOS, and continues to hold my attention on Xbox One.

    The title is based after the infamous glitch of Level 256, and sees a glitch continuously come at you from […]

  • Stonemaier Games’ Scythe may be one of the best tested games that I’ve run across in a while.

    Based on a universe drawn by Jakub Rozalski, Scythe lets players take control of one of five countries and jobs to try […]

  • Kirby: Planet Robobot isn’t a fresh new take on the series. Instead, it’s the same pink puffball you know and love. It’s just that Kirby can now sometimes hop into a mech suit that can get its own set of power […]

  • While Kenji Infaune may be known as the creator of Mega Man, it’s disappointing to think that many may remember him by the letdowns of Mighty No. 9.

     

    What was supposed to be a spiritual success to Mega Man in […]

  • When I first heard of the collaboration of Persona and Fire Emblem, I pictured something with Fire Emblem gameplay with characters from both universes meeting.

    What we got is something more akin to a Persona […]

  • Blizzard knows how important balancing can be. They constantly try to do their best with balancing issues in StarCraft and World of Warcraft.

    Now, Blizzard has started trying to balance first person shooters. […]

  • I really liked the premise of the first Mirror’s Edge: being able to free run around levels, avoiding combat and using the terrain to your advantage.

     

    However, some game-breaking glitches I ran into th […]

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