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Resident Evil VII: Biohazard Review

The long awaited Resident Evil 7: Biohazard, has finally released to the world and it's finally safe to drop my point of view. I have completed the game 3 times since I got my copy on Saturday, and I have mixed feelings about the overall game. Of the play throughs, I enjoyed the first the most. Mainly because I wasn't aware of what would happen next. Playing through the third time, I am satisfied enough to put game down until some dlc releases next week. 

Video Games changed my life

At some point in time, every gamer out there receives their very first video game system. I’m not talking the first video game they have played or the system they played it on. I’m referring to the very first console that was officially their own. Whether it was a gift or personal purchase (usually a gift), it is a memory that resonates with many of us, as if it were just yesterday.

Inifnite Warfare Review

Once again, Call of Duty has another title added to the long running franchise and it wouldn’t be a Call of Duty game, without a mix of love and hate from the community. Those that are enjoying Infinite warfare, seem to be rather happy with the title. Those that are not as happy, are either playing Modern Warfare Remastered or simply traded their game back and accepted the loss. Of course, there are other scenarios, but these are the most common.

Battlefield1 Review

Battlefield1 released worldwide on Friday and it did not disappoint. For several years now, First Person Shooter fans have been asking for a war game that takes us back to an older war setting. I believe the most popular war asked for, has been World War II. It makes sense, during WWII there major advancements in technology and weapons alike. With everything invented, there's always someone out there working to improve it. Well, the same goes with video game development and DICE has gone above and beyond to improve the Battlefield series.

Modern Warfare Remastered - Revisited - Re-reviewed

Revisiting the Modern Warfare campaign is certainly something special, to say the least. Whether you’re a returning veteran (like myself) or new to playing the original Modern Warfare, there’s something for everybody, though vets of the series will likely appreciate the experience much more.

MWR is gorgeous on many levels. Going into the game felt old and new at the same time. As I went through my training in the very beginning, nostalgia quickly settled in. I remembered playing through the original campaign, but not in its entirety, if that makes any sense.

Understanding the PS4 Pro

There seems to be a lot of half truths floating the internet and social media regarding the PS4 Pro. Perhaps the only consistent truth is that the console doesn't come with a 4K Blu-Ray Drive. That being said, I’m going to go down the line here and explain what the PS4 Pro has to offer to gamers that use a 1080p and or 4k HDR ready tv.

PS4 Pro Understanding

PlayStation Updates

There is a lot of little-big things going on in the world of PlayStation lately and it can be easy to miss some the tidbits. On that note, here's what's going on!

Dungeons and Dragons Neverwinter has finally made its way to the PlayStation 4. Listed under the Free to Play section, Neverwinter debuted on PC a couple of years ago and worked onto Xbox (I believe last year?). If you enjoy RPGS and the grind, this game is right up your alley with a price tag that doesn’t get any better than free.

Can The Division predict how Gamer's would react to a world crisis?

There is a lot to be said about Tom Clancy’s The Division and the players that have gone all in for the new franchise. As you can imagine, I have put a lot of time into this game, more than the average player. That being said, I tend to meet a lot of online gamers. If you played the beta, you may have noticed by now that players were much more aggressive and ready to go rogue at any given time but, not so anymore. So what has changed?

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