Impressions: Hellblade

Hellblade is the 2017 game from Ninja Theory. After it received mostly positive reactions for the PS4, Xbox One owners were finally able to get their hands on it nearly a year later. It follows Senua as she travels through Helheim to save the soul of the man she loves. What really got most people […]

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Impressions: Army of Two

So I first played Army of Two fairly soon after it’s release. I was in a relationship at the time, and like a few other games, we eventually played this because of one simple thing, couch co-op. In the days of couch co-op rapidly fading the likelihood that I would pick up and play a […]

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Impressions: Where the Water Tastes like Wine

Where the Water Tastes Like Wine is on the cusp of being one of my favorite indie games, actually strike that, one of my favorite games full stop. It is unique and excels in so many aspects that I feel it was on the edge of being a smash hit. Yet, there are some significant […]

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Impressions: A Quiet Place

I am sure by now you’ve read a few reviews or posts online dealing with A Quiet Place. The hype has been steady and strong ever since the release of the film. Having just experienced myself I want to throw my hat into the mix of buzz out there. If you haven’t heard of it, […]

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Horror Movie Directors I Love

As a lover of the horror genre, I thought I would present to you some of my favorite horror directors. I discovered in making this list a few problematic things that many would point out about the genre. Mainly the lack of women and people of color representation when it comes to directors. I don’t […]

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“Hero” Movies that Deserve More Love

There is no doubt that we are in the middle of what many would call a renaissance for hero movies. If there is a comic book odds are it’s going to be turned into a big screen flick in the near future. Some of us (me) are getting a bit bored with the trend, while […]

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Impressions: Crackdown

I think by now Crackdown’s reputation is well known. It was a game that most people bought merely to get into the Halo 3 beta (ah the old days). When they played it, they were shocked to find something enjoyable. I was among those people. Still, time has passed, and now it is backwards compatible, […]

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Impressions: Bioshock

So Bioshock pushes what is my “early years” I know, however as the game is over ten now; and it holds a pretty important place in my life as a gamer I thought, “What the hell.” I recently had a chance to play it again, this time the remastered version, and honestly, the hype and […]

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