Fallout 4: Wasteland Workshop Review | MOUSE n JOYPAD

  Scott got to gush endless praise about Fallout 4 when it first came out, and the Automatron DLC, so now it’s my turn to tell you my thoughts on the game as well. So, what makes Fallout- wait- I’m only supposed to talk about ‘Wasteland Workshop’? I have to focus on the lackluster, buggy upgrade that feels more like withheld content as opposed to a full-fledged addition? Are you sure!...[Read More]

Organic Panic Review | MOUSE n JOYPAD

  When I booted up my copy of “Organic Panic” I was presented with a title menu that had me believing the game I was about to play was designed for a population less than half my age. It had all the trappings that connote the general understand of what “Candy Crush” is -in essence; I was expecting an overabundance of the intellectually-reduced type of design that I do not need to extr...[Read More]

Joe Dever’s Lone Wolf Review | MOUSE n JOYPAD

  “Who is Joe Dever?” I asked myself when I first started playing this game. Well, as it turns out he’s a famous fantasy author of the Lone Wolf series, which s a series of gamebooks that have been sold all over the world. This game is set between books four and five of the fantasy series though you won’t need to worry about being lost in the plot, as the game does a good job of getti...[Read More]

Sheltered Review | MOUSE n JOYPAD

  Starting out in Sheltered, I made my real life family. We didn’t last long. Someone forgot to repair the water filter of our underground bunker; by someone, I mean me. Guess I’m your typical forgetful father, but I didn’t think about what would happen next in such a short amount of time. I watched my children get sick due to radiation, and because our home needed attention, I was unab...[Read More]

Ironcast Review | MOUSE n JOYPAD

  Very few games stand out. That is the brutal truth from a games journalist and reviewer. Sure we can find positives and negatives, there is sometimes a strong plot to keep us tied into the game or more often than naught, once we are done reviewing the game, it will likely never get booted up again. It’s a sad truth, one that I’m not sure many of my colleagues would be too happy with me ...[Read More]

Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth Review | MOUSE n JOYPAD

  After playing through Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth, all I can do is feel sorry for whoever works on the series. You’re constantly living on the scraps of Pikachu’s ferocious diet and mocked as just another clone. Having almost no experience with the series, I went in with fresh eyes and a lot of patience. The series has over 50 titles; there’s gotta be something worthwhile here. I was ...[Read More]

Tachyon Project Review | MOUSE n JOYPAD

  While I’m not a huge fan of the genre, I do enjoy the occasional shooter. Tachyon Project does share characteristics with other twin stick shooters, but it forges its own path- even if that path is filled with busted up and familiar geometric shapes. It provides a narrative experience to flow under the chaotic action while introducing some much-needed customization and substance to a clas...[Read More]

Assassin’s Creed Chronicles: India Review | MOUSE n JOYPAD

  The new year has barely begun, and the newest Assassin’s Creed game has already come out. Granted, it’s not part of the main series, but it still seems like Ubisoft can’t help but churn out these games at a breakneck pace, can they?   Staying in the shadows is the best way to deal with your enemies. Assassin’s Creed Chronicles: India is the second entry in the Chronicles series...[Read More]

Super Toy Cars Review | MOUSE n JOYPAD

The PS4 Port That Leaves Pieces in the Toybox  Researching a game before you review it is an important step in the process. A lackluster experience can be excused with a little bit of knowledge about the developer, or how much of a budget the game had. It’s important to have knowledge of context, in essence. Conversely, such as with Super Toy Cars, what would otherwise have been a fine experien...[Read More]

Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 Review | MOUSE n JOYPAD

   For me, Black Ops has always been the superior installments in the Call of Duty series. While Infinity Ward is the original and debatably more celebrated of the franchise’s switch-hitting studios, I’ve always found Treyarch to have more reckless abandon with their choices. They deal in weird pseudo-science and espionage inspired storylines, which makes me feel like I’m playing less ...[Read More]