Marvel’s Spider-Man Spoiler Free Review

Marvel's Spider-Man has been among the most anticipated games this generation. The guys and gals over at Insomniac Games, commonly known for Spyro, Ratchet & Clank, Resistance, and Sunset Overdrive presented us with an amazing trailer back in 2016 that floored many. With the game now available to the public, I sunk my teeth into …

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Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker Impressions

My experience with Shinobi Striker is probably one of the most conflicting gaming experiences I have ever had. I was very caught up with the game's shortcomings and refused to support the full release because of them. However, I recalled the game's fun factor and was entertained by the videos of AfroSenju and ShikasClouds. Thus, …

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When to Get Third Party Games on Nintendo Switch

Getting first party games on the Switch boils down to a matter of preference. Deciding to purchase third-party games on the system requires a bit more deliberation. With Valkyria Chronicles 4 coming out and my insistence on getting the game on the Switch, I thought to myself, "Why is that?" I game primarily on the …

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Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker Beta Impressions + Score

The open beta for Shinobi Striker happened last weekend and is set to continue this weekend. The beta gives players a sizable taste of how the full game will play and the features on offer. Using my knowledge from this beta and the one back in February, I detail my thoughts about the beta and …

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Introducing Pure Third Person Perspective: A Vision for a Future Metroid Installment

Countless Metroid fans were bummed about not hearing any Metroid Prime 4 news at E3. To quell fans' hunger for anything Metroid, I present to you my vision of a third person Metroid game. THIRD PERSON PERSPECTIVE Imagine the camera being positioned similarly to Playstation's recent exclusives such as God of War or Horizon. Barring …

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