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Reviewing The Council: Part Three

See all parts of review here. Oh boy, this episode has some major consequences based on the choices you make and there’s no do-overs. And I don’t mean something just like the fate of side characters; I mean the disfigurement of my own character. I got the major puzzle at the end of this episode

Narcosis Game Review

I know I’ve heard that voice somewhere before? Relatively unknown voice actor Jeff Mattas did such an amazing job narrating Narcosis, I was almost certain he did narration work for Westworld and expected to find an IMDb page chock-full of projects he’d done. Instead, I couldn’t find much; he appears to have gone somewhat under

Reviewing The Council: Part Two

See all parts of review here. Episode 2 complete and definite spoilers ahead in the images below. This one’s going to be short and sweet, but I can certainly say that I enjoyed this episode, with more blood, puzzles, and occultism. Things are ramping up with the ending of this episode and perhaps the game

Reviewing The Council: Part One

See all parts of review here. In a nutshell, The Council is a murder mystery that’s L.A. Noire meets Eyes Wide Shut, set in the 1700s. The span of the game takes place over five episodes, all of which I’ll review as they’re released and as I play them. I can’t quite place it, but

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Like Resident Evil 7 Itself, The DLC is Phenomenal

While I ended up not finding the time to write about it at the time of release (something I need to work on), Resident Evil 7 was a very remarkable game that I wanted to write about. In fact, and although Resident Evil 4 was my long-time favorite as is the case for most other

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Friday the 13th: Virtual Cabin — Jason Lives!

Some quick snaps of me playing the new “Virtual Cabin 2.0” from Friday the 13th: The Game. Still pinching myself, it’s so delightful to see this game become reality. I can’t wait to see what we get next for future DLC, especially concerning story-based content.

Black Mirror (the game) — Hey, I Recognize that Rune ᚦ

Admittedly, when I first started playing Black Mirror (unrelated to the TV show of the same name), I wasn’t sure if I was going to like it. The controls were a bit janky, the animations a bit rough, it froze a few times, and the loading… reminiscent of PlayStation 1, where every new room you

SOMA is The Matrix if the Humans Created It

SOMA has been on my must-play list for nearly 3 years now. I’ve finally checked it off my list. And it wasn’t on my list just because it’s a horror title, but because of who made it, Frictional Games. This is the same team who created Amnesia, possibly the scariest game I have ever played.