Category: Video Games

Age of Empires IV

If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. Age of Empires feels like an old master. Sitting back, observing what the younger generations are up to. But now the old master has emerged from retirement,...

FarCry 6

After blazing new trails in a Montana based tale about politics and religious ideology, FarCry 6 plays it a little safer by taking us to a Caribbean Island, lost in time and ruled by...

Diablo II: Resurrected

When Diablo II was originally released back in 2000, I was heavily into racing games on the PlayStation console (this was before the dawn of the XBox). I did know about it, and was...

Death’s Door

With thousands of indie games being released each year, only a few usually take on mainstream traction. I believe Death’s Door, a typical hack and slash game with a twist, can be the next...

Cyberpunk 2077

There’s been a fair bit of controversy surrounding the release of CD Projekt Red’s highly anticipated Cyberpunk 2077. I haven’t really looked into it much to be honest because my experience with the game...

Series X vs PS5

It was promising to be an exciting Christmas for gamers this year with both Microsoft and Sony releasing new consoles. But alas, neither company managed to produce enough consoles so most of us are...

Call of Duty: Black Ops – Cold War

I’m torn as I sit down to write this review because what I’ve managed to play of Cold War suggests that it’s a pretty decent game. Bloody enjoyable in fact. But the issues are...

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla

Eivor is your name, boy or girl you can choose, or let the game choose for you. Either way, you start with a bit of backstory and you are gender-neutral for the first little...

The Dark Pictures Anthology – Little Hope

If you’ve played Supermassive Games’ Playstation exclusive, Until Dawn, then you’ll know what to expect from Little Hope, the latest title in the Dark Pictures Anthology. If you haven’t, Little Hope is a cinematic...