Death Stranding Review

Disconnected at the seams… Kojima’s inaugural foray into nonrestrictive, independent waters is one of the most obtuse, idiosyncratic, fascinating, and convoluted experiences in the medium of video games. The legendary creator is able to expel a vast litany of creative intricacies and constructs; a profound level of creative freedom and opportunity that is conspicuously present […]

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Ori and the Will of the Wisps Review

Whispering beauty… Ori and the Blind Forest was a near flawless game, with little I complained about when I reviewed it at its initial 2015 release. An exceptionally vibrant painting in motion which cascaded an emotional nuance that was endearing and palpable; Ori and the Blind Forest was a brilliant experience that I thought required […]

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Doom Eternal Review

A bloody good time… Battlemode will not be weighed into this review as I primarily focused on the single-player aspect of Doom Eternal. 2016’s reboot of the 1993 FPS innovator, DOOM, was a revitalizing breath of fresh air in a stagnant, overpopulated genre that was quickly overstaying its welcome. In the crowded era of the […]

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Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom Review

*This review originally appeared at wizarddojo.com* A kingdom reborn… The original Ni No Kuni, Wrath of the White Witch, is not only one of my favourite games on what is arguably my favourite Sony console, but it is arguably the greatest modern JRPG in recent memory – ranking meteorically high amongst the small repertoire of contemporary […]

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Inside Review

An absolute dream or nightmare? Pretension is a fickle element that has slowly seeped its way into the contemporary gaming community, whether if it’s an added spice that caters to your flavour or an intolerable trend that’ll shortly meet its demise.  With the rising popularity of the smaller, independent development, video games have reached a […]

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The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Review

A brave new world 150 hours. That is in no way shape or form an example of hyperbole, it’s the factual length of my first expedition into the exquisitely detailed and rancorous world of The Witcher. Now 150 hours of gameplay is no small feat and is extremely impressive to say the least, but every […]

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Broken Age: Act 2 Review

Puzzling decisions Since I never wrote a review for the first act of Broken Age, let me share my thoughts on act one before diving head first into act two. Broken Age: Act 1 is a phenomenal work of art that is endearing, clever, humorous, challenging, and absolutely gorgeous. Broken Age has one of the most […]

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