Street Fighter 6 (Xbox Series X) Review

There is no doubt that Capcom had a rocky launch of Street Fighter V. Its console release was limited, there were fewer characters, and there was almost no story to go along with it. In the course of over five years of development, they were able to make it one of the biggest fighting games in recent history, as well as add new content to it. With Street Fighter 6 being released, what type of comp...[Read More]

Final Fantasy XVI Review – Flames and Flickers

Typically reserved for major world-altering events, it’s rare for the world to take pause. Especially to the level where everyone celebrates when a long-awaited video game releases.  In this case, we get to bear witness to Final Fantasy XVI, the latest entry in Square Enix’s long-running franchise. No other series has us write out lists of what our favorite entry is and debate the nuance of ...[Read More]

The Flash Review

After many years of development, problematic stars, and regime changes, the Scarlet Speedster has finally arrived in theaters for his solo debut. Ever since Cinema Con, Warner Bros Discovery head, David Zaslav, and DC studios Co-CEO, James Gunn, have hailed the film as the best comic book film since The Dark Knight. Warner Bros even enlisted Tom Cruise and Stephen King to sing the film’s pra...[Read More]

Diablo IV (Xbox Series X) Review

I’ve grown to enjoy the story behind the Diablo franchise and how it can pull in newcomers and fans alike into the game. Diablo IV was first announced back during BlizzCon 2019 and many people showed excitement about the franchise’s continuation. For me, I skipped out on Diablo Immortals since Diablo IV was on my radar. The last Diablo game I played was Diablo III, which to this day I ...[Read More]

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor Review

It’s been around four years since we got to spend time with Cal Kestis, BD-1, and the crew of the Mantis. Where did they end up? Well, that’s not for me to share as I want to avoid any kind of spoilers. Let’s just say, they all ended up where they fit perfectly and are surrounded by like-minded folk. But as with any good story, you can’t keep a good crew down. Now we take a look at Star Wars Jedi:...[Read More]

Tin Hearts Review (PlayStation 5) – An Emotional Game With Heart

When it comes to video games, some can elicit a wide variety of emotions. Excitement and jubilation when completing an impossible challenge. Dispair or frustration when losing a competitive match. Wonder and curiosity when exploring a new world or finding something new in a world that you have explored before. Anger or disgust when something you’ve been working on doesn’t pay off, save...[Read More]

Trinity Trigger Review: A Promising JRPG

Earlier this year, I had the opportunity to play a demo of Trinity Trigger from XSeed Games at PAX East 2023, and I had a great time with the game. Since then, it has been one of my top JRPGs to check out this year. The game was released on April 25th, 2023, for PC, Nintendo Switch, and Playstation 4/5, and there’s a lot to talk about in terms of combat, crafting, co-op mode, and Steam Deck....[Read More]

Road 96 Mile 0 (Xbox) – Do a Kick Flip Resistance Fighters

Sometimes when you play a demo for a game, you expect that the rest of the game will be exactly like the demo. Often a demo will show exactly what the game is about; other times, the demo will bait players in or set an unrealistic precedent of what to expect from the game. Only a few times have we played through a demo and gotten a different experience.  Now, this isn’t always a bad thing. A...[Read More]

Strayed Lights (Steamdeck) Review

Life is a complex concept. It is a question with many answers but entering these answers are the emotions we feel. Happiness, sadness, rage, kindness, empathy, these emotions hold great power and are what makes us who we are. Discussing such subjects yields an entirely different experience. Every person one sees is somewhat different than every other person in the world. Those feelings are grounde...[Read More]

Mastering the Art of Alchemy: A Review of Atelier Ryza 3: Alchemist of the End & the Secret Key

With the arrival of Atelier Ryza 3: Alchemist of the End & the Secret Key, which was developed by Gust and published by Koei Tecmo, we have finally reached the pinnacle of this epic trilogy of Atelier Ryza. Ryza, who is now probably one of the best alchemists for her age, is off to another adventure in this conclusion with old friends and new ones to meet. I remember the moment I first encount...[Read More]

Sisu (Movie) Review

Action films have been enjoying something of a Renaissance over the last several years. Whether it’s the Fast and Furious films or the recently concluded (for now) John Wick films, action fans have been flocking to theaters to see how these stars and filmmakers top themselves with each installment. The latest offering to the genre comes in the form of Fienish actioner Sisu written and direct...[Read More]

Narvitech NJ300 HDMI External Capture Card Review

With the ever-growing rise of streaming, capturing gameplay footage has never been more popular. For many, this was an unattainable feat, due to the exorbitant pricing of many mainstream capture cards and high-end PCs. While some contemporary consoles include the ability to record gameplay footage internally, the experience still has its limitations. Fortunately, the folks at Narvitech have releas...[Read More]

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