This review contains spoilers for the single player campaign portion of the game. It should be difficult to make a bad Star Wars game. While there have been some real bangers over the years, for every Obi-Wan or Force Unleashed II you can’t go far without bumping into a Republic Commando, Knights of the Old … Continue reading Star Wars Battlefront II: A Wretched Hive
Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, the sequel to Machine Game’s fabulous Wolfenstein revival, has an odd duality. The first half of the game is a grim and morose experience as B. J. Blazkowicz finds himself battered, beaten, and bloodied after his final encounter with the villainous Nazi scientist, Wilhelm "Deathshead" Strasse. Rescued by his fellow … Continue reading Wolfenstein II The New Colossus: You Say You Want A Revolution
In the collective gaming consciousness, there exists two versions of Digital Pictures’ Night Trap. One is a cheesy, B-movie inspired interactive movie about vampires that helped to define the moderately short lived Full Motion Video game genre. The other is a game thrown against the wall with Mortal Kombat and figuratively shot by a Senatorial … Continue reading Night Trap 25th Anniversary Edition: You Oughta Be In Pictures
How do you follow up one of the best video game trilogies of all time? By retelling it, apparently. That's the direction Bioware went with its newest chapter in the Mass Effect story. Beginning just after the start of Mass Effect 2, the Citadel has approved the launch of the Andromeda Initiative, a program designed … Continue reading Mass Effect Andromeda: And We All Shine On
Progress continues as I lead humanity to a foothold in the Andromeda galaxy. Rather than write down my experience to date, I thought I would do it with pictures instead.