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Justin Celani

Greedfall Review – Adventure Time Reviews 2

Reviews 2 Developer Spiders is no stranger to creating action-RPGs. Having worked on titles such as Bound by Flame, and Technomancer, it’s clear that these devs have a passion for the genre, even if their budgets haven’t been up to par with bigger AAA titles. While there are some great moments filled in both games, overall they […]

Man of Medan Review – Horrific Beginnings Reviews 0

Reviews 0 Ever since Supermassive Games released Until Dawn, I’ve been hoping for a sequel. It was one of the first times I’ve ever felt like I was in a Hollywood-produced horror slasher film. Years had passed by though with little hope or announcement. So when The Dark Pictures Anthology – Man of Medan was first shown […]

Control Review – Let’s Get Weird Reviews 0

Reviews 0 Control is the latest game to come from the acclaimed studio — Remedy — that brought us Max Payne, Alan Wake, and Quantum Break.  Due to exclusivity deals though, Remedy hasn’t touched a Sony console in a very long time. So it’s great to finally see Remedy games back on a PlayStation platform and hopefully […]

Layers of Fear 2 Review – Ready, Set, Horror Reviews 0

Reviews 0 Horror games have always been a favorite genre of mine. Finding a hidden gem that manages to surprise and scare is a guilty pleasure. Back in 2016, I stumbled upon just such a game, Bloober Team’s, Layers of Fear — A game that felt as if the player themselves were having a mental breakdown into […]

Crash Team Racing Nitro Fueled Review – Crash and Don’t Burn Reviews 0

Reviews 0 I’ll admit right away that I never truly gave Crash Team Racing a shot back when it originally launched on the PlayStation console. I was too involved with Mario Kart to care, and I honestly thought it was just a cash grab to try and cater to that fan base. I was much younger then, […]

DayZ PS4 Review – Keeping the Dead Buried Reviews 2

Reviews 2 A very long time after the original announcement at E3 years ago, DayZ has finally hit Sony’s PS4. I have a rather long history with the franchise going back to its origins on PC. At the time, it was an Arma mod that gained a huge popularity in the gaming community. It essentially created a […]

A Plague Tale: Innocence Review – Running the Rat Race Reviews 0

Reviews 0 When it comes to games that are far more narrative driven, I usually break them down into two style types: Ones that offers a really guided experience with very little effort of input aside from character guidance and interaction, where the story is key and there is little room for failure; the other is something […]

Days Gone Review – A Whole New Freaker World Reviews 0

Reviews 0 The world has changed. No longer populated by normal humans, but instead creatures. Freakers people call them. They’re vicious, vile, full of rage and move in numbers. These are not the typical zombies we’ve come to expect. These are living, mutated people. They eat, they sleep, and they feed on anything and everything. They have […]

Mortal Kombat 11 Review – Kombat Kontinues Reviews 0

Reviews 0   I’ve been a huge fan of Mortal Kombat since the original arcade release. Growing up and having followed it over the years and various iterations has been great. We have seen some great entries in the franchise since as the team has grown and improved. We have also seen a few missteps as well, […]

Pagan Online Early Access Impressions – ARPG Online Goodness News 0

News 0 Mad Head Games has recently released Pagan Online in Early Access form to all action RPG fans’ delight. For $29.99, we discovered it offers quite a chunk of single-player content with more promised to come. According to the Steam page details, currently Early Access gives players the following: “Up to eight playable heroes, a campaign […]

World War Z Review – Left 4 Deader Reviews 0

Reviews 0 The Dead Return…Years Later World War Z, remember that book that spanned a hit movie, the one starring Brad Pitt, a global infection, and massive amounts zombie? Well, regardless of thoughts on the flick, there was one element that stood out, and it was definitely the way the zombies moved, attacked, and  devoured everything on […]

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