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Review | The Walking Dead: The Telltale Series – A New Frontier: Episode 4

by David Pooleon May 2, 2017
It seems like Telltale Games is back on track with a set schedule despite previous delays. Now The Walking Dead: The Telltale Series – A New Frontier is on it’s penultimate episode. After a fairly strong third chapter, this episode left some high expectations. Unfortunately, Episode Four, Thicker Than Water, suffers from odd pacing problems […]

Review | What Remains of Edith Finch

by David Pooleon April 25, 2017
Giant Sparrow left a nice impression after we previewed What Remains of Edith Finch a month ago. It combined a sense of imagination with an interesting mix of emotions, and that was only from one short story. Now, having played the final game, it’s clear just what kind of story Giant Sparrow was trying to […]

Review | Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series – Episode 1: Tangled Up in Blue

by David Pooleon April 20, 2017
Marvel has been taking a bit of a backseat on video game development up until lately. Despite their success with the Marvel Cinematic Universe, they haven’t been doing many games based on those movies like they used to (unless you count Disney Infinity 3.0). Seems like they’re trying to make sure their properties get the […]

Review | The Walking Dead: The Telltale Series – A New Frontier: Episode 3

by David Pooleon March 30, 2017
Having released the stellar two-part season premiere in December, it seemed like Telltale Games really took their time with episode three of their hit series, The Walking Dead: The Telltale Series – A New Frontier. Plenty of fans were likely left in suspense to find out what happened after the conclusion of The Ties that […]

Preview | What Remains of Edith Finch

by David Pooleon March 24, 2017
What Remains of Edith Finch, the follow up to the critically acclaimed The Unfinished Swan, has been in development for roughly four and a half years from developer Giant Sparrow. Even though the two games are unrelated, one can easily see how the team has evolved from one game to the other. What Remains of […]

Preview | Battlefield 1 — They Shall Not Pass DLC

by David Pooleon March 13, 2017
Last week, EA and DICE invited select Battlefield fans and members of the press to try out the first downloadable content pack for Battlefield 1, titled They Shall Not Pass. Focused on the armies of France during World War I, the game will receive quite a lot of new content for fans to look forward […]

Preview | Games of Glory

by David Pooleon February 23, 2017
MOBA style games are among the most popular genres in this generation of games, with many ranging from games like Heroes of the Storm to shooters like Battleborn. Every once in a while, developers take elements from the MOBA style to make new games that can feel very different. Lightbulb Crew did just that with […]

Street Fighter V Adds Kolin to Season 2

by David Pooleon February 9, 2017
Street Fighter V is approaching its one year anniversary, and having Akuma kick off the characters for Season 2 in December, it’s about time that the next character gets announced. For any that have played the story mode of Street Fighter V, the newest fighter may seem familiar, as she had a prominent role in […]

Review | Resident Evil VII: Biohazard

by David Pooleon February 8, 2017
Reinventing the wheel isn’t always easy to do with a video game franchise, as many tried and true formulas don’t always translate with the conversion process. Sometimes it works fantastically, like Metroid to Metroid: Prime, or Final Fantasy to Final Fantasy: Tactics. Other times it doesn’t exactly work, often being left as a one-off experiment […]

Review in Progress | Resident Evil VII: Biohazard

by David Pooleon February 3, 2017
Resident Evil VII: Biohazard has been out for about a week now, even having its first downloadable content releasing so soon after launch. Many players have picked up the game, and though we’re still managing to survive the Baker household to give our readers a review, it’s taking a little longer than anticipated. With that […]

Preview | Torment: Tides of Numenera

by David Pooleon January 23, 2017
Computer Role-Playing Games, or CRPGs, are a bit of a dying breed these days. What used to be incredibly commonplace in the early years of video games has become much more simplified, eliminating many of the defining features almost completely from a gameplay standpoint. Many CRPGs were based on classic tabletop ideas like Dungeons & […]