Blizzard throws its hat into the FPS/MOBA ring with its new title, Overwatch. Pretty much everything Blizzard develops is met with critical acclaim, but does Overwatch do enough to separate itself from the likes of Battleborn and the upcoming Paragon?
The games that inspired the movie inspired a game in return. Continue reading Hindsight – The Lego Movie Videogame Review
Shortly after the fifth anniversary of Limbo’s release, Playdead’s crown jewel still has that effect on us – one not often replicated in a two hour game. Continue reading Hindsight – Limbo Review
The Sniper Elite series is one of gaming’s most quiet, under-the-radar shooter franchises. It is generally underrated. With a unique slow-motion kill cam and a high focus on sniping versus run-and-gun, Sniper Elite 3 is a flower among a genre overflowing with weeds. Continue reading Hindsight – Sniper Elite 3 Review
Rocksteady bids farewell to the Dark Knight in a big way.
The latest entry in the mega popular Assassin’s Creed franchise isn’t revolutionary, but provides an interesting take on a bloody time in French history. Continue reading Assassin’s Creed: Unity Review
Watch Dogs is an incredible first entry in what is sure to be a successful new franchise for Ubisoft, building on the achievements and borrowing elements from some of gaming’s biggest series while introducing a few of its own. Continue reading Hindsight – Watch Dogs Review
Debuting back in 2007, The Witcher has quickly become one of gaming’s most prestigious and well respected series to date. Continue reading Hindsight – The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings Review
LIONS AND TIGERS AND DRAGONS, OH MY!
As stated in my review of Episode 2 of Telltales’ Game of Thrones, most Telltale seasons tend to experience dips in even numbered entries and high points in odd numbered entries.
The Sword In The Darkness is no exception. Continue reading Telltale’s Game of Thrones Episode 3: The Sword In The Darkness Review