Review


Dishonored2

Dishonored 2 Review – Thrilling and Satisfying

If you like being a stealthy rogue and assassinating enemies then I highly recommend picking up the Dishonored series. Obviously Dishonored 2 is a sequel and it ties in very nicely with the previous Dishonored and all 4 of it’s DLCs. The breviloquent summary is that you must vanquish the evil witch and take vengeance for her stealing the throne of Dunwall. As you play through the game (or have played through the original Dishonored DLCs) you discover that things aren’t quite that black and white.


Past Cure

Past Cure Meta-Review

Release date: February 23, 2018

Developer: Phantom 8 Studio

Publisher: Phantom 8 Studio


Brawlhalla – Super Smash Bros and LOL Combined!

Heroes from across multiple genres gather in a 2D platform and battle to the death. If you have played Super Smash Bros then you can probably pick up Brawlhalla and feel right at home. There are many different heroes ranging from a staff wielding antarctic princess to a boxing werewolf, and you play against the computer or other online players in multiple game modes. The game is free to play with a limited number of characters but more can be unlocked by obtaining coins through matches. You may also pay $20.00 to unlock all current and future legends (the term for playable characters). One of the best elements of Brawlhalla is the ease of playing with friends locally, online, and in teams. Oh yeah, and the game isn’t pay to win like so many games these days.


Moss Meta-Review

Release date: February 27, 2018

Developer: Polyarc

Publisher: Polyarc






Fallout4

Fallout 4 Review

Rating: 4/5

Release date: November 10, 2015

Platforms: PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Microsoft Windows


Diablo3

Diablo III: Reaper of Souls Review

Rating: 4/5

Release date: 3/25/2014 (5/15/2012 for Original Diablo III)

Platforms:  PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Windows, Mac


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