by Bill Henning Up ahead is your target, a drug kingpin in the middle of Chinatown. He has hired dirty cops to protect him, as well as an army of..
By Josh Snyder Metro Last Light (Last Light) is not a perfect game. It has its share of bugs, hiccups in the engine, clipping issues, and enemy artificial intelligence (AI)..
By Ben Wilder Day 1 I awaken to find myself in a field with no recollection of how I have arrived. There is a man standing over me wearing a..
By Josh Snyder There are many good ideas in Dead Island: Riptide (Riptide). On paper, the sequel to 2011’s Dead Island is equal parts Borderlands and Dead Rising. Set on the island of Palanai and immediately following..
By Nick Olsen I’m a child of the 80’s. For the uninitiated this means a few very important things: I have a soft spot in my heart for neon While..
by Bill Henning When thinking of classic science fiction, somewhere on the list you’ll find the Alien series, be it because of the stories, the atmosphere or the unmistakable design..
By Josh Snyder I had just left the Garevyard Shift, a small, dirty bar located in Shantytown, the rundown, poor section of Columbia where all of the laborers lived. The..
By Josh Snyder When Capcom released Resident Evil 6, many fans of the survival-horror genre decried the action-heavy gameplay and tone, noting that, finally, Resident Evil had abandoned its roots,..
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