‘Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture’ PS4 Game Review

Imagine walking into a town that looks lived in yet there is no one around. What happened here? Where has everyone gone? These are...
88 Heroes

’88 Heroes’ Game Review: “They called the best, but the best were busy.”

88 Heroes is a fast-paced 2D platformer featuring 88 different heroes, 88 different levels, and 88 seconds per level. It is bursting with personality...
Dynasty Warriors Unleashed

Dynasty Warriors Unleashed: Hack & Slash Fun On the Go (Mobile)

The first Dynasty Warriors game I played was probably Dynasty Warriors 3, and I was immediately hooked.  The combination of light-tactics and full-on mindless...

‘Everything’ Game Review: Let’s Get Philosophical (PS4)

There aren't many times in gaming when you can sit back and actually just enjoy the beauty in something, that is what makes Everything so damn...
Splatoon 2

Splatter Time with ‘Splatoon 2’: Global Testfire Beta Review

So far, the Nintendo Switch is a great hybrid console to play The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild on, which is basically what's driving sales...
Mages of Mystralia SXSW Gaming

2017 SXSW Gaming Expo: 5 Featured Games We Loved

The SXSW Gaming Conference and Festivals was held at the Austin Convention Center March 16–18, 2017. In addition to enjoying an Esports Tournament Stage, tabletop gaming,...
Breath of the Wild

‘The Legend of Zelda : Breath of the WIld’ Review (Nintendo Switch)

I’m just going to say this right out the gate. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is not the best game in the Zelda...
streets of rogue

Streets of Rogue (2017) PC Review

Streets of Rogue is a chaotically fun rogue-lite game which involves the player delving deeper through the procedurally generated dungeon-like system, collecting weapons and...
Horizon Zero Dawn

Review for ‘Horizon Zero Dawn’ on PlayStation 4

In Horizon Zero Dawn, you take on the role of Aloy in her quest to discover her past and find out who her mother is....
Nintendo Switch

Nintendo Switch Review: Is it Worthy of the Hype?

If you look back at Nintendo’s track record with consoles, they’ve been always innovative, even from their humble beginnings as a playing card company in...
Resident Evil 7

Resident Evil 7: Biohazard PSVR Review

In Resident Evil 7 you play as Ethan Winters, who has driven to the Baker residence in Louisiana after receiving a message from his...
PSVR

Review for PlayStation VR: Worth the Purchase?

I have had my PSVR for a couple of weeks now and have come to grips with the most of it. Here are my...
For Honor

For Honor (2017) is a Great Game With an Aggravating Downside

The Valentine's holiday came and went, but instead of chocolates and roses this year, I switched up the romance for screams and bloody battles...
Nioh

Nioh (2017) is Difficult but Immensely Enjoyable

In the months leading up to its release, when asked what Team Ninja’s action RPG, Nioh is all about, most people would describe it...
Yakuza

Yakuza 0 Review

Recently, I've been playing through Yakuza 0, the prequel to the Sega's Yakuza series. Unfortunately, I had missed out on previous Yakuza games and was...
PAX South 2017

PAX South 2017 Games: Brawlhalla, Loot Rascals, Long Journey Home, Holy Potatoes!

This past weekend, I traveled down to San Antonio, Texas for HorrorGeekLife to check out PAX South 2017. While there, I met with several...
Friday the 13th: The Game Beta

HGL Plays: ‘Friday the 13th: The Game’ Beta (PC)

We're launching a new Let's Play series called "HGL Plays" and to kick it off, we've started with the Friday the 13th: The Game beta! The...
Batman: The Telltale Series

‘Batman: The Telltale Series’ (2016) Season One Review

Refusing to be bound to the pages of a comic book, Bruce Wayne's Batman has come to us in many forms, including appearances on our favorite consoles....
Friday the 13th game

Friday the 13th Game Beta Overview- Believe the Hype

Let's face it- when it comes to horror games from popular film franchises, fans typically get the shaft. There have been a few exceptions...
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‘Surviving Indie’ (2016) Film Shows Sweat and Tears Behind Indie Games

Although the gaming industry has been dominated by massive budgets and AAA titles, indie games have finally started to get some much deserved love...