Destiny 2 Review: Going Towards The Light

Ah Destiny, just a shell of a game when you first came out in 2014, but you’ve grown into a popular franchise with your DLC’s and companion voice changes. Now you are reinventing yourself with a whole new sequel, but do you think it will be able to stand up on it’s own and feel like a full fledged game? Well, let’s take a look. Continue reading “Destiny 2 Review: Going Towards The Light”

Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice Review: A Stab in The Dark

Real Talk By: Wes

Reviewed on PS4

Ah Norse Mythology.  Great stories about battles with Ice Giants and Wolves. It inspired the Thor series afterall.  I’m not a mythologist, so I don’t know much about it other than the Nordic tribes who believed in these stories.  They were probably all bad asses that pillaged other villages, then went home singing of their many victories.  But you know what would make that even better? A schizophrenic character, trying to fight the gods while being slowly engulfed by a disease called “Dark Rot” every time she dies.  Sounds a little confusing, right? But that is exactly what Ninja Theory did with Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice. Continue reading “Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice Review: A Stab in The Dark”

NieR: Automata Review: Android Trifecta



Real Talk By: Wesley Amrine

Reviewed on PS4, Available on PC

The year was 2017 and gamers everywhere were faced with a choice.  Maybe one of the hardest choices ever.  Do I buy a Nintendo Switch for the newest entry in The Legend of Zelda? Should I buy multiple RPG’s for the PS4 or Xbox One, waiting for a wider variety of games to arrive for the Switch? Now if you’re like me you may have chosen the latter.  With games such as Horizon Zero Dawn and Persona 5 coming out on PS4 within a few short months of each other, you may have missed another great release: NieR: Automata. Now I know that NieR: Automata was rated very highly by the critics and they may have already swayed you, but let me give those still on the fence that final push. Continue reading “NieR: Automata Review: Android Trifecta”