A Metal Slug type flashback to a simpler time. Tribute Games adds an abundance of levels, weapons, and more in this beefed up version of their 2014 Shoot-em-up. Sean Comer has the Mercenary Kings Reloaded Edition Review.
Capcom brings a somewhat more streamlined Monster Hunter game to both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. While still maintaining the gameplay depth and complex systems hardcore fans enjoy. Marc Morrison has the Monster Hunter World Review.
Square-Enix brings its fighting game series straight from the arcade to the home console on PlayStation 4. Taking 3-on-3 battles with beloved characters and putting them into the E-Sports arena. Stephanie Diaz has the Dissidia Final Fantasy NT Review.
Take sidequests, learn about the DigiLab and DigiFarm, and more. Sean Garmer plays through Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth: Hackers Memory Chapter 2 in the continuing Let’s Play series.
The newest Digimon game has arrived on PlayStation 4. Sean Garmer plays through Digimon Cyber Sleuth: Hackers Memory Chapter 1. Meeting his first Digimon, along with characters old and new from the previous game too.
Tango Gameworks and Bethesda brought back old school Survival Horror with Evil Within in 2014. Three years later the sequel arrives, but does it improve on the original? Stephanie Diaz explains how in this Evil Within 2 Review.
Defiant Development had a sneaky hit with its board game dungeon crawler last year. Can the second one deliver? Marc Morrison has the Hand of Fate 2 Review.
Sledgehammer takes the franchise back to its roots placing player’s in World War II once again. Marc Morrison has the Call of Duty WW2 Review.
Although it makes improvements, there’s detriments, and also more of the same as well. Marc Morrison explains in this Shadow of War Review.
Bungie brings back the MMO First Person Shooter for another go. Does it finally achieve its lofty goals? Stephanie Diaz explains, in this Destiny 2 Review.