The triumphant return of Clementine is short lived, as any joy in her homecoming is overshadowed by clunky storytelling and a generally lackluster delivery on gameplay in this most recent installment in the Walking Dead series. Read More.
Reviews By Naomi Brown
Come to South Park for rauncy laughs, lots of fart jokes, cross dressing, aliens, the toddlers, the girls, the goths, Mr. Hanky, Mr. Hand, Randy Marsh, the elves, the Star Trek kids....ALL OF THEM and SO MUCH MORE! Kick some butt, beat up on everyone, make fun of Canadians and above all, get back that stick! Read More.
We start back off with a bang in the new season of The Walking Dead, with new characters, new plots and new human drama underscoring the futility of life in the midst of the zombie apocalypse. Read More.
Telltale tries to whet our appetite for grief, misery and zombies in this decently constructed DLC that bridges the gap between Season 1 and 2 of the Walking Dead series. Thought you got off easy? Well the zombie apocalypse is back, bringing back a taste of the pain and suffering we loved in Season 1. Read More.
If I could really travel to the future, grab the lottery records and use it to win a huge jackpot, I totally promise that I’d donate some of the money to a worthy charity. Like the charity called “My Brand New Mansion on the Hill with the Pond.” Read More.
For those who’ve been here before, it’s a satisfying return to the world of Aventuria with some familiar faces and a brand new story that will intrigue you up to the very end. For those who haven’t, welcome to the world and I hope you stay awhile, because things are about to get very interesting around here. Read More.
Halloween may be over, but it’s never a bad time of year to play a game that’s going to put you on edge. Slap some headphones on, turn out your lights and give yourself plenty of time to enjoy that gut wrenching fear that twists your stomach into knots. Read More.
Cognition has been a game series full of twists, turns and engaging cinematic storytelling. Yet for all they did well in the first three installments, the fourth seems to have forgotten about a lot of what was laid out and gone its own way entirely, but not in a good way. Read More.
Great nostalgia piece for those who miss the sensation of being punched repeatedly in the gut while screaming at the television screen. Don’t miss that sensation? Never experienced it? Then why are you playing a game straight out of the glory days of ‘kick you in the face’ gaming and why are you complaining about it? Read More.
This expansion immerses the Sim player like never before, adding in some really interesting new mechanics that add to the gameplay element. However, between the bugs and some odd design choices, I’m not entirely sure they have a home run here, but they’ve definitely gotten it close. Read More.
Remember Me is confused. It wants to be a button masher, but it also wants to force strategy on the player. It wants to be a platformer and puzzle solver, but it doesn’t know how to carry those elements throughout the entire game long enough to keep it interesting and exciting. I felt like the game was all over the place and didn’t really have a good direction or focus. Read More.
The name of this game should be Dead Island: Big Disappointment. It failed to deliver anything significantly new or exciting. The new elements that were introduced were lacking and the game itself felt like a complete rehash of the old, even down to the environments and layouts of some of the interiors. Read More.
It was really nice to finally have story issues revealed and to know what was going on, but I was a little disapointed at the limited game environment. And I'm really not sure where the game has left to go after this installment, but Erica was still a pretty impressive gumshoe. Her 'assistant' wasn't too bad either. It was really awesome to see how the story finally came together. Read More.
Sadly, Sims 3 University Life is lacking in a multitude of ways, showing itself to be a generally disappointing expansion. It not only fails to significantly improve the University experience, but it seems to backslide in a few ways, making the game not quite as fun to play. Read More.
Teetering on the edge of being just another generic shooter, Army of Two: The Devil's Cartel delivers in the shooting area but fails to truly distinguish the game from others on the market. Read More.