Full Throttle Remastered Review

Full Throttle Remastered is a great release for two reasons; People that loved the original released by LucasArts in 1995 can replay this classic with updated visuals and extra features, like commentary. And people can finally experience this game for the first time because it is not available digitally online. This game along with other popular adventure games from the 90’s, like Day of the Tentacle and Grim Fandango, have been difficult to find since their release so many people did not get the chance to experience them.

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Battlefield 1 Review

A few years ago most first person shooters were either world war 2 games of some type of sci-fi. Then things started changing and shooters started becoming more focused on modern combat and recently more and more of them are moving towards future warfare. No one knew what to expect from the new Battlefield game. The series has been known for being a world war 2 shooter but just like more franchises they shifted things to the present. Until Battlefield 1. The game takes place during World War 1, an era that is very rarely explored in gaming.

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Fly Like A Bird | Bioshock Infinite Review

Bioshock Infinite is one of my favorite games of all time. But I haven’t played it since it came out because I didn’t think it would live up to my expectations. With the release of the Bioshock Collection, I decided to once again travel to the city of Columbia.

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Batman: New World Order Review

By now it’s obvious that even though this is called Batman, the story mainly focuses on Bruce Wayne. At this point, it seems that everything that happens just worsens his situation. The once respected name of Wayne has lost its positive impact on the city of Gotham and all of Bruce’s personal and professional friends are turning their back. Even the most hardcore Batman fans won’t be able to predict some of the things that play out here.

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Batman Episode 2: Children of Arkham Review

Batman Episode 2: The Children of Arkham starts of where the first episode ended. Bruce Wayne finds out that his parents were working with the mob and that is how they acquired their fortune. Bruce has to deal with the fact that his parents were not what he thought they were.

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Stop Delaying Games

There has been a recent trend in the video game industry that’s become very annoying and tiresome to keep reading about it. And that is game delays.  I know that it takes a lot of hours and energy to produce a game for developers. It makes their jobs harder if they have to release their game by a specific date and if they miss it then it can cost them sales and maybe even their jobs when the project is done. I don’t think a game date should be announced before the game is close to being done or is done completely and the team is fixing the bugs and glitches.

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Planes, Trains, and Horses. Battlefield 1 Open Beta Impressions

This past weekend I played the Battlefield 1 open beta. I had some expectations since the Battlefield games are usually nothing short of great (for at least the multiplayer mode). But I had no idea just how much I would enjoy this, here are my impressions.

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Inside Review

Inside, the second game from developer Playdead, is a beautiful, haunting, and terrifying game. From the moment you are thrown into its world to the end the game is filled with “holy shit” moments. This is a game that everyone should play without knowing anything about it. But if you need convincing then read on.

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Ratchet & Clank (2016) Review

Ratchet & Clank (2016) is a remake of the original Ratchet & Clank game that was released back in 2002. With this game being considered a tie-in with the movie, and it only being priced at $40, I thought this was going to be another cash-in that the developers made to get more sales. I was very skeptical at first and oh boy was I wrong.

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