Over the course of my time with Red Dead Redemption 2, I found myself waffling between moments of awe and frustration fairly consistently. It's a game that feels as if it suffered an identity crisis midway through development, leaving it disjointed in many areas. Yet despite this, Red Dead Redemption 2 still managed to be … Continue reading Review: Red Dead Redemption 2
It's been a while since I've played a game that's compelled me to devour it the way Marvel's Spider-Man has. I frequently found myself racing from mission, to collectible, to crime scene and back again for hours on end, with the "just one more" mentality propelling me forward.
I didn’t expect Night in the Woods to hit me as hard as it did. What on the surface seemed like a simple, charming and beautiful adventure game, turned out to be an extremely emotional journey which resonated with me on an almost too personal level. In Night in the Woods, you’ll play as Mae, an anthropomorphic … Continue reading Review: Night In The Woods
Do you remember back in 2010 when Mafia 2 was released? It was met with a ton of praise in regards to its story, world building, and characterization. The biggest complaints volleyed against it however, were in it’s mechanics and empty world. Six years later, Mafia 3 treads the exact same path. At its best, … Continue reading Review: Mafia 3
I never was a particularly huge fan of Playdead’s first game, Limbo. I certainly appreciated all the things it was doing, but it never truly resonated with me. It’s monochromatic color pallet, the simplistic platforming, and heavy reliance on trial and error made the 2009 indie darling seem like a slog at times. Six years … Continue reading Review: Inside