God of War Review

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By: Tyler Miller

In the current generation of gaming, many games strive to be the one that’s the complete package. They want to be the game with tight gameplay that’s fun and never boring, a story that gets you invested from the start and keeps you engaged for its entire duration, and cutting edge graphics that will further push the boundaries of how good games can look. A lot of games take big steps towards reaching this goal, but end up falling short in one way or another. God of War is that rare game that not only achieves these goals (amongst others), but surpasses them in ways that no one could have expected.

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Shadow of the Colossus (PS4) Review

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By: Tyler Miller

When it comes to remaking a game that’s considered a classic, and is revered by many, there’s always a lot of skepticism. How much of the original will be changed? What will be kept intact? Continue reading

Call of Duty: WWII Review

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By: Tyler Miller

For the past couple of years, Call of Duty has moved from the modern day/very near future, and gone into the far future, introducing exo suits, jetpacks and nano implants, and full on space combat with laser weapons. Now Sledgehammer Games takes the series back to its roots in Call of Duty: WWII, with the hopes of bringing back estranged fans for a classic “boots on the ground” experience.  Continue reading

Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue Review

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By: Tyler Miller

It’s been four years since the long awaited Kingdom Hearts III was announced and the game still hasn’t been released. To fill the time and to catch people up on what’s been happening in the story, Square Enix has given us PS3 collections of the games in the series. This year, PS4 players have yet again been given another collection in the form, and although there is some fun stuff in here, there isn’t a lot of it. Continue reading

Mirror’s Edge Catalyst Review

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By: Tyler Miller

When the original Mirror’s Edge came out in 2008, it was a cult hit. The gameplay was unique for one taking place in a first-person perspective, and it looked good graphically too. While it’s story wasn’t the best, it wasn’t a bad one either. After years of waiting for some sort of new entry in the series, fans finally got their wish in the form of 2016’s Mirror’s Edge Catalyst.

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