CONTRAST PS4 REVIEW
If this atmospheric puzzler is any indication of what PS4’s indie-future looks like, then Sony’s slogan “Greatness Awaits” may truly live up to its claim. While the venture through this bizarre and beautiful world is brief, it’s an experience that lingers long after the credits roll. Read our full Review.
DEADFALL ADVENTURES REVIEW
Despite my affinity for tomb raiding adventures, my excitement for Deadfall Adventures was diminished as soon as I booted the game. From the sluggish menu screen to the very first spoken words, Deadfall Adventures is not so much a sad result of the obviously low budget, but rather the talentless people behind it. Read our full Review.
SNIPER ELITE: NAZI ZOMBIE ARMY 2 REVIEW
If you’ve enjoyed any of the previous Sniper Elite installments, the latest Zombie Army expansion is unquestionable worth the asking price. At the same time, if these games weren’t your cup of tea in the first place, this isn’t going to change your mind. As a big fan of the franchise myself, I enjoyed every second of Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army 2 and it’s gotten me even more excited about the inevitable Sniper Elite 3. Read our full Review.
CALL OF DUTY: GHOSTS REVIEW
Games like this are the reason sequelitis has become such a detriment to the gaming industry and why we’re seeing less and less original IPs. If COD is your thing, you’ll certainly enjoy the latest permutation, but that’s still not reason enough to make it worthy the full price tag. Read our full Review.
THE SIMS 3: INTO THE FUTURE REVIEW
Moreso than any of the buzz words surrounding The Sims 4, the depth and sheer ingenuity of this pack displayed a true return to the spirit of The Sims. Into The Future shook my expectations and inspired new hope for the future of the series. Read our full Review.
SONIC LOST WORLD REVIEW
Lost World could have been not only a much needed evolution of the series, but another major selling point for the struggling Wii U. Unfortunately, the end result is anything but radical or innovative. Sonic Lost Worlds tries so hard to replicate the magic of the spectacular Super Mario Galaxy, but instead ends up being a frustrating mess comprised of counterintuitive controls, awful characters, and terrible level designs. Read our full Review.