Beam Down Drone – Indie Game Review

I recently purchased a brand new laptop.  It has all the bells and whistles and even has a pretty beefy mobile graphics card.  So what's...
Middle Earth Shadow of War

‘Middle-earth: Shadow of War’ Review: A Perfect Sequel

Middle-earth: Shadow of War is the perfect example of how to do a sequel right. Monolith Productions had their work cut out for them...

‘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...
Tapped Out Simpsons

‘The Simpsons: Tapped Out’: Still as Addicting 5 Years Later

I’m quite sure that if you mention The Simpsons, every single person on this planet will know the yellow family from Springfield. Since their debut...

South Park: The Fractured But Whole is a Treat for Even Die-Hard Fans

Developed by Ubisoft and South Park Digital Studios, South Park: The Fractured But Whole takes place the day after the events in The Stick...
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...
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....
Tormentor X Punisher

Tormentor X Punisher: PC Review

Having a rough day? Need to blow off a little steam? Well, maybe you should go to Planet Fuck You, and work out your...
Friday the 13th: The Game review

‘Friday The 13th: The Game’ Review: Welcome Addition to the Franchise

Gather around the fire, fellow pre-marital sex loving, pot-smoking, hotpants-clad campers. I’m going to give it to you straight about Friday The 13th: The...
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...

Hitman (2016) – A Killer Game Review

The Hitman franchise goes from strength to strength, and considering their latest stealth em up came second for Best Stealth Game at the Global...

‘Slime-San’ Review: Just What the Nintendo Switch Needed

Slime-San is a quick thinking platformer that has been available on Steam since April 2017. Now, the New York based gaming studio Fabraz has brought the retro-looking...
Dead by daylight

‘Dead by Daylight’ Review for PlayStation 4

Dead by Daylight is a 4v1 asymmetrical multiplayer game where four players control the survivors and one player controls the killer. It was originally...
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...
Citadel - Forged with Fire

‘Citadel: Forged with Fire’ Early Access Review: Solid Start, Still in the Furnace

Citadel: Forged with Fire is an online Sandbox RPG from Blue Isle Studios and Virtual Basement LLC. In Citadel, players assume the role of...
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...
Blossom Tales

‘Blossom Tales: The Sleeping King’ A Nostalgic 16-Bit RPG Adventure!

Blossom Tales: The Sleeping King is a story about Lily, the knight, and her adventure to save a kingdom! It is a beautiful 16-bit RPG...
Super Rad Raygun

Super Rad Raygun – More Than Retro Nostalgia

I started my gamer life in the 1980's and the original Gameboy had as much play time as my PC and console of the...
slayaway camp

‘Slayaway Camp’ is a Killer Puzzle Game featuring Iconic Slashers

Slasher games inspired by retro horror films have grown in popularity recently, especially with the announcement of Friday the 13th: The Game and the...
Mass Effect Andromeda

‘Mass Effect Andromeda’ Review: Solid, Yet Flawed, Addition to the Series

Mass Effect Andromeda is a difficult game to review for me. I’ve long been a huge fan of the Mass Effect series, with Mass...