Crimsonland Review

by Kevin Tejada

When you see the cover art for Crimsonland, your mind will probably go straight to Doom, given that it’s a

Sanitarium Review

by Alex Madell

Many would not think of playing a game to be an exercise of the mind. Frequently, even gamers associate their

In Between Review

by Alex Moser

How does one react when they learn the end is near? What do we say to illness, misfortune, and the

Unkilled Review

by Travis Fahs

Madfinger’s Dead Trigger series stands peerless in the world of mobile first-person shooters. In focusing on crowd-control rather than fine

First Fantasy Review

by Shalia Wynn

First Fantasy is a great looking game with smooth animation, explosive visual effects, catchy battle music and sound effects. However,

Lara Croft GO Review

by Isaac Davis

Reducing Square Enix’s greatest hits down to single-player board games is not a formula that should work. It’s not even

Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham

by Aliya Tyus-Barnwell

I’m Batman. Not a snarky, gravel-voiced, cartoon diner-goer perpetually arguing with Superman, but a Lego superhero. Luckily, I’ve kept my

Slugterra: Dark Waters Review

by Siobhan Harmer

When it comes to game adaptations of well-known movies and cartoons, I often approach with caution. The transition from the

NY Zombie 2 Review

by Aliya Tyus-Barnwell

Zombies are my bread and butter. I make it my business to play zombie and survival games, simply because I

Traitor-Valkyrie Plan Review

by Steve Dourountoudakis

It’s not a secret that first-person shooters don’t work well on touch screen devices. They have neither the smooth movement

The SilverBullet Review

by Steve Dourountoudakis

The SilverBullet feels like a game with good ideas made by people who didn’t know what to do with them.

Dead Among Us Review

by Aliya Tyus-Barnwell

I have a slight obsession with all things-zombie. Zombie games, zombie books, zombie apocalypse, zombie survival guides, Rob Zombie; the

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