Xbox Series X

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]

Two Western Digital Xbox Expansion Cards Potentially Leaked

When it comes to storage on the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S, both devices are abysmal. If you had stated that a device would have a terabyte of storage space when the Xbox 360 was out, gamers would be excited; during that time, 1TB could hold most of your games and DLC without ever having to make space. Now, one terabyte (1TB) of space can only hold at best six of the top games. If you like to...[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]

Game Freak and Private Division Announce New Partnership Title – Project Bloom

Developer Game Freak is notorious for their collaborative efforts with Nintendo over the past 27 years. From Pokémon’s Game Boy origins in 1996, to last year’s Pokémon Scarlet and Violet, the franchise has indisputably made a name for the Tokyo-based studio. While Pokémon may be what made the company a household name, Game Freak has developed other games. One of their earliest examples being 1994’...[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]

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor Launch Trailer Debuts at Star Wars Celebration

With the release day of Star Wars Jedi: Survivor inching its way to release, a new trailer from EA has been released during the Star Wars Celebration. If you’ve traveling space, and have been missing out the on this amazing space news. Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is the sequel to 2019’s blockbuster hit Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order and follows the continuing epic adventures of Jedi Knight Cal Ke...[Read More]

WWE 2K23 Review (Xbox) – Even Stronger?

When it comes to sports and simulation games, graphics, player accuracy, and gameplay are three of the most important factors to players; when you look at most sports games, the biggest positives or complaints come from these three factors. In 2019, 2K and Visual Concepts released WWE 2K20 which many considered the worst WWE game to date. With poor game mechanics and buggy visuals, many avoid the ...[Read More]

Resident Evil 4 Gets New Trailer During State of Play

When gamers talk about exciting releases coming in March 2023, one game is at the top of most gamers’ lists. In March, Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty, Resident Evil 4, MLB: The Show 23, System Shock (2023), and WWE 2K23 occupy at least one spot in the top 5; out of those five titles, I am personally most excited for Resident Evil 4 and WWE 2K23. With that in mind, today during Sony’s State of...[Read More]

One Piece Odyssey (PS5) – Find the Real Treasure

When you play an anime video game, you expect that it will have some tie-in to the series. Typically, most anime video games will either be a recap of a previous season or have the player create a character to experience the events. Occasionally, they will be fighters that place anime characters against one another. Rarely do we see an anime game introduce its own unique stand-alone story. One Pie...[Read More]

The Callisto Protocol (Xbox Series X) Review

Back in the Fall of 2008, Visceral Games’ Dead Space revolutionized the horror genre. From the atmospheric level and sound composition to the frightening enemy designs, Dead Space set the bar for horror games to come. Striking Distance, a newly formed Krafton-owned studio led by Dead Space veteran Glen Schofield, aims to hit the same horror highs with their latest release, The Callisto Protocol. T...[Read More]

Evil West Review (PS5) – A Western Drama with Blood

Earlier this year, I had the opportunity to meet with Focus Entertainment and Flying Wild Hog to preview their upcoming game Evil West. At the time, the game felt like a western shooter with a mixture of God of War, Dark Souls, and Van Helsing. The demo through us into a level where the protagonists had captured a vampire and were using it for information. The game featured a world that was famili...[Read More]

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