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Chernobyl VR Project Review - Immersive History

Chernobyl VR Project

On April 26th, 1986, one of the most historical non-military nuclear events occurred at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant. This catastrophic nuclear accident sent highly radioactive fallout into the atmosphere over a large geographical area, including the city of Pripyat. 49,000 people had to be evacuated and could never return to their homes.

Morphite Review - Fallen Stars


I do my best to not directly compare games in my reviews, because I firmly believe games should be judged on their own merits. That being said, sometimes, it’s impossible not to draw lines of inspiration. Let’s get this out of the way now: Morphite feels like it was heavily inspired by No Man’s Sky. That being said, that’s the last time I’m going to compare the two.

Bloodbowl 2 Legendary Edition Review - Tactical Touchdown

Bloodbowl 2 Legendary Edition

As a passing fan of the Warhammer games and its larger universe, I did a double-take when I first heard about Bloodbowl. Not only did I find out that it had been a tabletop game for a long time, but I also found out that it was coming to PS4. When I found out that it was essentially a football game set in the Warhammer universe, I had to see this for myself.

Mortal Kombat X Review - FATALITY?

Mortal Kombat X

You know, it takes a special breed of gamer to truly master a fighting game. Much like the music games of yesteryear that are suddenly making a comeback, these types of games require actual training. Just like you study for a test or train your muscles, so too do you sit in the training mode and hash out combos and memorize sequences. To some it sounds absurd, I mean, why you practice a video game?

Guacamelee! Super Turbo Championship Edition Review - Lucha Libre!

Try saying that name five times fast. Guacamelee! Super Turbo Championship Edition (from here on out referred to as STCE) is not the first time this lucha inspired metroidvania style game has seen the light of day. If any of those terms made you tilt your head in utter confusion, don’t worry, I’ll be explain everything momentarily. What we have here though is the penultimate version of an indie darling that received high praise from the critics when it first released.