King of Thieves Review, Eat Pray Steal

Posted on September 1, 2016 By

Eat Pray Steal! Put a 2D platformer game in the pot, then put a pinch of “Mighty Quest For Epic Loot” and lots of greed in it but try to be careful about spices; just don’t add too much spice. Don’t forget adding cartoonish cute graphics. Now mix them all together at medium heat until…


LEGO Jurassic World Review for the PS4, Xbox One and Wii U

Posted on August 15, 2016 By

Traveller’s Tales does it again with LEGO┬« Jurassic World as the newest addition to the popular LEGO┬« game Franchise. Want to play as a ferocious velociraptor or a T-Rex? How about charging and trampling everything in your way a triceratops living tank? If you have ever wanted to hunt play as or hunt dinosaurs, or…


Batman Arkham Knight

Posted on August 1, 2016 By

I’m pleased to have finally finished Batman: Arkham Knight. It was the most punishing game of the entire franchise, but without a doubt the most satisfying. With the introduction of new gadgets, characters and the Batmobile, Rocksteady studios’ Arkham Knight delivers the best console gaming experience in 2015. When you step back into the boots…


Bioshock Infinite (2K Games) Review for PlayStation 3

Posted on July 15, 2016 By

Bioshock Infinite is a pioneer. It will change the world of FPS and gaming itself forever. It is not afraid to open up controversial issues, just as the first Bioshock did. It asks you to either blend in with the crowd or stand up for racial equality. Although the choices you make in this vicinity…


How to Build the Perfect Team for Brave Frontier

Posted on July 15, 2016 By

The first thing you need to understand is there is no perfect team, since the game has many different units; it requires a different set of units. Each team can only have 5 units, so making a team requires some planning and changing. The teams should be designed to take down a specific quest. There…


Splatoon for Wii U – A Parent’s Review

Posted on July 1, 2016 By

Splatoon is a new video game released for the Wii U. This game consists of a multiplayer and a single player option. In the multiplayer, teams of four compete to paint the game area with different colors of ink. The goal is to cover as much area as you can before time runs out. If…


Wanna have the Great Outdoor Games? Here we go

Posted on June 23, 2016 By

When the feeling is so in the bad mood, when the mind is so stressful, what kind of thing that you like to do? Of course, in this kind of condition, there are many activities that you can do. You can choose any kinds of things that you can do based on your interest. One…


The Last of Us (Remastered) Review

Posted on June 15, 2016 By

The Last of Us is tremendous, to say the least. It is an unforgettable masterpiece of a game, with a truly beautiful setting, one that displays hopelessness in a way unlike any other. The world is full of plant overgrowth, detailed walls and streets, and amazing character design. The presentation is captivating. It grabs you…


Star Wars: Battlefront Beta Impressions

Posted on June 10, 2016 By

So the beta for the third entry in the Battlefront franchise has launched on the PlayStation, Xbox, and PC. It will last four days and includes just a handful of weapons, two maps, and two modes. My initial impressions are exceptionally positive, but have not gotten more excited for the final release. I feel like…


Halo 5: Guardians Review

Posted on June 1, 2016 By

As someone who has dabbled in the Halo franchise but never actually got into the games, I can say Halo 5: Guardians is a great game. It’s campaign is thoroughly enjoyable and it has one of the best multiplayer experiences I’ve ever played. 343 has definitely delivered an exceptional first person shooter and a solid…