Tag: video game

  • Taking it to the Streets – Streets of Rage 4 Review

    Almost thirty years after the third game in the franchise was unleashed on the world in 1994, DotEmu and Lizardcube have combined forces to release Streets of Rage 4, but are they relying on nostalgia to lure in fans of the series or is there actually a good game under the hood?    Packaged with the new […]

  • One Night in the City – Cloudpunk Review

    Cloudpunk is a solid cyberpunk delivery service game that pulls the atmosphere and mechanics from cinematic staples such as Luc Besson’s The Fifth Element and Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner, but does it succeed as an interactive video game that is it worth your time and money? Cloudpunk is a good game, but not great. I came across Cloudpunk while randomly trolling Instagram […]

  • 64 Problems But Doom Ain’t One – A Doom 64 Review

    Doom 64 found new life with the bundled release alongside Doom Eternal, id Software’s newest iteration of the game that truly propelled them into the mainstream, and with it a handful of new levels that help tie it into Doom 2016, but is the game even worth playing now that we have two new versions on the market? […]

  • Eternally Doomed

    Four years after the phenomenal Doom 2016 was laid upon us unexpecting gamers, id Software releases their highly anticipated follow up – Doom Eternal – which manages to not only take and build upon what was created in the earlier games of the series, but to add in new mechanics as well; however, is it […]

  • Skyrim Modslist & Challenges

    I created a mod list and challenges for our upcoming playthrough of Bethesda’s The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim which will shift it to more of a realistic and deadly survival role-playing game… especially when hit with some of these challenges! + + + I recently decided to play The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim again, but […]

  • A Journey Back to Daggerfall

    I take a walk down memory lane to see if what I recall of The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall holds true, or if I have been looking at my experience in Bethesda’s epic 1996 role-playing game through rose-colored glasses. In her poem The Speed of Darkness, American poet and political activist Muriel Rukeyser wrote, “The […]

  • Wading in the Pool of Radiance

    Over 30 years after SSI and TSR unleashed the first Advanced Dungeons & Dragons computer role-playing game onto the world, I finally wade in the Pool of Radiance to see what all the fuss was about and if it still holds up today. ♦ ♦ ♦ I was afraid to play Pool of Radiance. If […]