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PC Review: ‘Batman: Arkham Knight’ (Steam Re-Release)


'Batman: Arkham Knight' on PC still has some issues but the sheer quality of the game and its deep lore make it worth playing despite the rough edges. Read More »

PC Game Review: ‘Sword Coast Legends’


Sword Coast Legends fails to live up to its potential, delivering a generic repetitive campaign and creation tools that are easy to use but have no depth. Read More »

PC Game Review: ‘Stasis’ from The Brotherhood


With its creepy story, disturbed visuals, atmospheric soundtrack and gripping gameplay this horror-sci-fi game surprised and engaged me from start to finish. Read More »

PC Review: ‘Shadowrun: Hong Kong’


'Shadowrun: Hong Kong' is by far the best entrant in the series and a triumph for Harebrained Schemes. Read More »

PlayStation 4 Review: ‘King’s Quest: Chapter 1 – A Knight to Remember’

King's Quest

if the same level of quality is maintained in future episodes, "King's Quest" is going to prove to be an absolute must-have game. This first episode is nothing short of spectacular. Read More »

Hands-on with Bandai Namco’s ‘Dark Souls III’ and ‘Attractio’


Bandai Namco let us go hands-on with a few of their upcoming titles and oh man, Dark Souls III is coming. Read More »

E3 Expo: ‘Sword Coast Legends’ Brings Dungeon Masters Back – It’s 1978 Again, But With Computers


I was a Dungeon Master before being a Dungeon Master was cool. When I saw that n-Space was developing a video game with a Dungeon Master Mode set in a Dungeons and Dragons universe, I had to check it out. Read More »

E3 Expo: Video Games about Building Up, Not Blowing Up

bounty train

When I thought about attending the Electronic Entertainment Exposition – E3 – held at the Los Angeles Convention Center June 16-18, I wanted to find games about building things up, not just games about blowing things up. When my daughter was young, we would stay up all night sometimes playing Sim City. No shooting or hand grenades were involved. That’s the kind of game I was looking for. I found two good examples distributed by the German company Daedalic Entertainment: 'Bounty Train' and 'Valhalla Hills'. Both titles are still in development but look promising. Read More »

E3 Expo: 3 Queens get Creepy with the Crudashians, and Look – It’s Kanye!


As I was interviewing the 3 Queens of 3 Queens Media, a young man ran up and interrupted us. “Hey,” he yelled, “You’re all gonna be famous. Kanye just took your picture!” Kanye West, whom I’m told is somehow related to the Kardashians, was in attendance at E3. I’m still waiting for the fame to hit. Read More »

PC Game Review: ‘Galactic Civilizations III’

Galactic Civilizations III, video game, strategy

With so many variables, the 4X strategy game, 'Galactic Civilization' III is never the same game twice, and what the game lacks in polish, is made up for with surprising depth. Read More »