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The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt - Game Review

The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt - Game Review

The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt is one of those games that lures you in with it's promise of being an epic adventure of vast proportions, countless valuable items such as swords, armor,  decoctions, potions and even a mini game called Gwent. How does CD Project Red's latest title stack up against it's claims? Lets find out.

Game of Thrones episode one: Iron From Ice Review [Xbox 360]

Game of Thrones has not had a good run with videogame, unlike the books, TV series, toys and the mountain of other goods. Its first attempt in 2011 with the strategy game 'Game Of Thrones: Genesis' was met with a poor response while also flying under most people radars. In 2012 there was the far more promising action RPG titled simply 'Game Of Thrones' but yet again the series met with failure.

Deadpool PC game review - The Merc with a mouth

It's chimichanga time! Most Marvel comic book readers already know who Wade Wilson is, he's Deadpool! The wise-ass, joke cracking assassin/ mercenary who can't die but has a serious obsession with death, seriously, this guy is in love with death itself. But this article isn't about his appearance in comics, this anti-hero literally made his own PC game!

Carmageddon: Reincarnation - A game for the chemically imbalanced

Carmageddon Reincarnation Pre-Alpha Gameplay review.

I've played a lot of Carmageddon and every rendition there is of this wonderful game. I remember uninstalling other games on my 486 Pentium PC with 400MB of storage just to fit the demo on my computer to play this series of deadly racing games. Aww, the fond memories of running over everyone including their reindeer, crashing my souped up killing machine into everything under the sun in a macabre of murderous rampaging. The title said "A game for the chemically imbalanced for a good reason.

Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeroes review

Big Boss in Ground Zeroes

Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes is a short game, a very short game, about 5 hours with all extra ops, even less if you want speed through it with some people finishing the main story mission in less than 10 minutes. Despite this I find myself not feeling short changed or missing out. Ground Zeroes as well as being a short is also an excellent game in almost all regards, from superficial graphics to the heart of its gameplay this is a wonderful experience.

Madden 15, best one to date???

Madden rookies

This is for all the Madden fans out there. There are a lot of things I love about this game overall. Here is my synopsis of the game:

Modes In Madden 15 To Play

Connected Careers (same thing as Franchise Mode). Control a player, coach or owner or go into the game the old fashioned way and use your favorite team with the current roster of the actual team. It's really nice to be able to have options when playing a game like this and it gives you those options.

Pre-Career Mode

RuneScape: A Game Like No Other

I was 12 years old when I first played RuneScape. I did not like it at first because of its graphics but what made me attached to this game was that feeling of being one with your character. I fell in love with the game so much that I got mad at my friend when he said that RuneScape is a "piece of garbage". For me, it was a personal attack and I felt that our friendship should no longer continue. I cried for like 20 minutes and covered my whole body with sand and pretended that I am a cactus. Wait what? I just made that "cactus story" (obviously) but the pain was real.

Getting To Know Clash Of Clans

It has been two years since Supercell created Clash of Clans, a freemium mobile MMO strategy game that I declare as one of the most successful mobile games. By the way, for those who do not know what freemium means or are just too busy to search it on the internet, freemium is the combination of "free" and "premium". The game is provided for free but you need real life money to get additional features and virtual goods. In the case of CoC, you pay for Gems, which is the currency you use to either speed up your upgrades or buy more gold and elixir.