Revisiting Halo 2: An Almost Perfect Sequel

Halo Infinite is right around the corner, and I have two more Halo games to revisit in anticipation for its arrival. This time we are going back to one of the anticipated game releases of all time: Halo 2. Halo 2 was a watershed moment for the industry when it was released, but the development … Continue reading Revisiting Halo 2: An Almost Perfect Sequel

Psychonauts 2 Review – A Game That Gets Inside Your Head

There are very few games that I could list where the moment that the game starts, I have a smile that never wavers. Psychonauts 2 is the latest video game that has been able to do that and for very good reason. The creativity and charm that exudes from every pore of this game is … Continue reading Psychonauts 2 Review – A Game That Gets Inside Your Head

12 Minutes Review — A Night of Tragic Revelations

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to go back in time to relive a moment and make things right? 12 Minutes is a game that combines the time loops from Groundhog with the detective work of Sherlock to do just that and it’s just as challenging as you might expect it to … Continue reading 12 Minutes Review — A Night of Tragic Revelations

Revisiting Halo 3: ODST

Halo 3 is one of the biggest games ever. It completely dominated online matchmaking the first couple of years that it was out. Only Call of Duty stood any chance in matching its numbers and thanks to the community tools available in Halo 3, Bungie had made it easy for players to keep coming back … Continue reading Revisiting Halo 3: ODST

Hades | Backlog Review

I have never been too engrossed in Greek mythology. It has frequently felt overdone or uninspired with its constant reimaginings that more or less make the Greek myth characters feel like one-dimensional cardboard cutouts. However, that’s not the case with how Hades portrays these famous heroes. Everyone from the big three gods of Zeus, Poseidon, … Continue reading Hades | Backlog Review

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