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GreedFall Review - Caught Up In The World

GreedFall caught my attention with its setting that isn’t seen very often in games, with its black powder rifles and Magic existing in the same world. The story and choices I’ve made in GreedFall kept me immersed and wanting more, but the combat kept me from 100% enjoying myself. But how does the experience hold up?

Green Hell Review - Surviving The Amazon

Moving through the Amazon can be both exciting and a slog. On one hand, parts of Green Hell were harsh enough to make me wonder if I could actually finish it. However, after some tweaking I found myself enjoying my trek through the Amazon.

Preview: The Blight Spreads Into Path of Exile

Path of Exiles newest League Blight will be going live in September and it will be bringing some new and exciting content to the game. But what does the Blight actually entail?

Remnant: From the Ashes Review

Remnant: From the Ashes is a third person survival action shooter set in a post-apocalyptic world where chaos rules. It can be played alone or with up to two other people as you fight to survive this waking nightmare. Its Souls like combat gets the blood pumping and is an enjoyable experience solo or with others. It has a few things that are more annoying than game breaking which helps it to be a great game.

The Outer Worlds Hands-On Preview

The Outer Worlds is the latest game to soon be hitting the digital video game shelves for acclaimed studio Obsidian Entertainment. Recently, MMORPG had a chance to check out Obsidian's upcoming game at a press event - check out our preview of The Outer Worlds!

The RPG Files - Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Review

From Software is best known for the Souls series of games which have caused more than one person to rage in a fury over how hard they can be. Its newest game starts fresh in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, set in feudal Japan featuring a lone Shinobi seeking to rescue his lost Lord. Will this new game be more of the same or something unique and worth the price of admission? This is our review of Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. But really, it’s more like “you’ll die a thousand times”.

Path of Exile Synthesis League First Impressions

The latest in Path of Exile’s big updates has gone live just recently with the Synthesis League. It brings a host of adjustments to current skills, new skills and changes to the passive tree. The namesake of this League brings to the player a chance to find lost memories of Cavas with a chance at rare loot at the end of that tunnel. We’re a week in to the new expansion and it’s time to see how it's doing.

Not So MMO: Yakuza Kiwami PC Review

Sega has brought the next chapter in the Yakuza series to PC with the remake of the first Yakuza game in Yakuza Kiwami. Although chronologically Yakuza Zero happens before this, the first game came out before it on PlayStation 2 in 2006. Kiwami means Extreme, and that is what Sega tries to bring its fans with retelling Yakuza. Does it succeed on PC? This is our Yakuza Kiwami PC review.

EverQuest: The Burning Lands Expansion Review

Since 1999 EverQuest has brought the world of Norrath to the land of the internet and it’s still going to this day. Enter its 25th expansion, The Burning Lands. With it comes new zones, raids, quests, spells, abilities, collections and perhaps most interesting of all a new Stat, Luck. This is our review of EverQuest: The Burning Lands.

The Outer Worlds Preview - A New IP for the Premier RPG Company

At a time in gaming where several say a game has to have multiplayer to succeed, Obsidian steps in to show off their latest foray into the single player RPG experience with their newest game The Outer Worlds with the help of Private Division. A new title that is part of a new IP for them aims to prove that they are still one of the best companies around in this aspect of gaming. I had an opportunity to visit Obsidian’s headquarters recently and get a look at the game and what it’s all about.

The Crew 2 – Demolition Derby Update Impressions

The Crew 2 is speeding along in its newest major update, Demolition Derby! Bringing the chance to go head to head with other players in time attack races as well as smashing viciously into others while destroying cars left and right in the Demolition Derby discipline. This huge update brings all this and more and I had a chance to check it all out ahead of time courtesy of Ubisoft.

Dead by Daylight Twitchcon 2018 Interview

Recently, I had a chance to sit down and talk with some of the people behind bEHaviour Digitals Dead by Daylight game. In the group was Mathieu Cote (Game Director), Marie Calude Bernard (Senior PR Manager) and Filip Ivanovic (Art Director for DbD). Here’s what we talked about.

Not So MMO: Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Review

The latest in the long line of Call of Duty games has finally come out to play. Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 marks several firsts for the series. It’s the first to be featured on the battlenet launcher, the first to not feature a single player campaign and the first to have Battle Royale AKA Blackout. WIll all these firsts make for a new mark in the CoD series or simply be a footnote in gaming history? This is or Call of Duty Black Ops 4 review.

Rend Early Access Preview

Frostkeep Studios was founded in 2016 by several veteran game developers to create something new and entertaining. Their first offering to the world of video games is Rend. An open world survival type game with crafting, PvP, taming and classes focusing on teamwork and ranged fighting. This is our Rend review.

Neverwinter – Is Ravenloft Worth the Return?

The latest update to Neverwinter delves into familiar territory to Dungeon & Dragons fans of old. Ravenloft gives players of the game a chance to travel to Barovia and eventually face off against Strahd himself! Will this live up to memories of old or simply be as thin as mists in the forest? This is our Neverwinter: Ravenloft review.