Demon’s Souls Review

Breaking down your soul, one demon at a time… Bluepoint’s immaculate repertoire of re-imaginings, remasters, and illustrious remakes are some of the industry’s best, rivaling the fidelity and prowess exemplified this year by Square Enix and Capcom. From the improved textures of the Uncharted: Nathan Drake Collection to the new lavish coat of paint for […]

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Nioh 2 Review

Yokai slaying goodness… The original Nioh was one of my favourite games of 2017; its harmonious amalgamation of Soulsborne architecture and hack n’ slash combat transcended the established conventions of its pioneers. From its labyrinth style environmental design to the strategically difficult reactionary combat, the Soulsborne DNA coursed through the intrinsic foundation of Nioh, while […]

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Nioh Review

*This review originally appeared at wizarddojo.com* The way of the Samurai is glorious… The trials and tribulation of the Souls’ series is a rather novel experience for myself, as I originally dipped my toes into this amalgamation of impeccable construct and design with 2015’s Bloodborne. Its exquisite Gothic, Victorian setting was unquestionably appealing and its faster, […]

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Nier: Automata Review

*This review originally appeared at wizarddojo.com* Patience is a virtue… Very few games manage to transcend its predictable structure into a peculiarly constructed being that constantly shape-shifts both narratively and gameplay-wise. Those that attempt to embody this bizarrely delicious concept tend to fail, with the story layering multiple convoluted pieces that simply don’t make sense or bleed […]

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God of War Review

*This review originally appeared at wizarddojo.com* Appeasing the gods… God of War will stand as one of greatest reinventions in gaming history, breathing distilled life into a dormant franchise and reconstructing the preconceived notions of an established anti-hero. God of War is a brilliant thought piece that blissfully ripens with each passing moment, embodying the […]

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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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