Genesis Noir Review

Genesis Noir is one of the most visually stimulating games ever created but unfortunately the buggy gameplay on top of already lackluster puzzles creates an experience that is more frustrating than thought provoking. It could have made a phenomenal animated short but as it currently plays, Genesis Noir is just a subpar point and click adventure.

Revisiting Mario Odyssey

2020 marked Mario's 35th anniversary jumping across our television screens and Nintendo blessed us with a collection of his first three ventures into the 3rd dimension with Super Mario 3D All-Stars. Not without controversy, 3D All-Stars offered the opportunity to play through some of Mario's classic adventures which I haven't booted up since I was … Continue reading Revisiting Mario Odyssey

Revisiting Halo 3 but with LASO

Halo 3 was the game I played more than any other other growing up. It was my go to experience for both single player and multiplayer for years and I have so many memories staying up late with friends trying to complete it on Legendary with whatever random challenges we could come up with. I … Continue reading Revisiting Halo 3 but with LASO

Cyber Shadow Review

Developers are still struggling to overcome some of the challenges of the pandemic but last month we were able to see the release of several highly anticipated games including Cyber Shadow which was developed by just one man, Aarne Hunziker. Cyber Shadow takes a lot of inspiration from classic games like Mega Man and Ninja … Continue reading Cyber Shadow Review

Revisiting Banjo Kazooie on the N64

Banjo Kazooie is the game equivalent of comfort food for me. The iconic duo are among the first characters in gaming I was introduced to as a kid, while I waited for my parents in a hospital day care, the bear and bird were there to distract me for several hours. I never got far … Continue reading Revisiting Banjo Kazooie on the N64

Revisiting Dead Space

I have been wanting to revisit Dead Space for a while now but stopped every time I thought back to it. I wasn't ready for the dread I would feel. Dread of going back to the blood soaked hallways where danger lurks behind every corner and every vent whispers lullabies to me. But it's a … Continue reading Revisiting Dead Space

Revisiting Bioshock Infinite

The best games, to me, are the ones that are able to transport you to another world. A world that you can get lost in for hours and forget about the essay that's due at midnight. Bioshock has always been one of those franchises for me. The first time I played an entry in the … Continue reading Revisiting Bioshock Infinite

Revisiting Halo: Combat Evolved

The original Halo, released in 2001 developed by Bungie Studios and was my first experience with first person shooters. Before Halo, the only games I had the opportunity to play were Nintendo games like Mario Kart and Super Smash Brothers. It quickly became one of my favorite games at the time, even though I had … Continue reading Revisiting Halo: Combat Evolved

Revisiting Batman Arkham Asylum

You know a game has potential when you are willing to spend what little money you have as a kid but that is what I did with Arkham Asylum when it first released in 2009. I risked multiple trips to the movies and dinner with friends for a videogame and let me tell you it … Continue reading Revisiting Batman Arkham Asylum

Revisiting Portal

Portal has been applauded time and time again for its innovative approach to puzzle solving. At the time of its release in 2007, there wasn't anything that was quite like it. The mind-boggling technology of the portal gun, the head-scratching test chambers that accompanied it, and game's writing had players talking about Portal for years … Continue reading Revisiting Portal