In The Evil Within, director Shinji Mikami makes his much anticipated return to survival horror, a genre he helped put on the map with 1996’s iconic Resident Evil. While he’s definitely picked up a few new tricks in the years since his last survival horror masterpiece, Resident Evil 4, The Evil Within feels a little like a conglomeration of parts from other games. The result is an approach that is sometimes thrilling, yet often frustrating and confusing.
WE LANDED ON THE MOON!
In the first year of the new generation of consoles by Sony and Microsoft, there are a few brand new, highly anticipated AAA games. Titanfall, Destiny, and Watch Dogs come to mind. Bethesda’s Wolfenstein reboot, The New Order, slipped under the radar. Continue reading Wolfenstein: The New Order Review