Borderlands 2 DLC: Mr. Torgue’s Campaign of Carnage [VIDEO GAME REVIEW]
Jul04

Borderlands 2 DLC: Mr. Torgue’s Campaign of Carnage [VIDEO GAME REVIEW]

LOOT! AND PECS! AND EXPLOSIONS! This second add-on campaign for Borderlands 2 features the over the top, American macho-man and weapons manufacturer owner, Mr. Torgue. Torgue’s insanity binds this thrilling second add-on campaign for Borderlands 2 together in a bite size chunk of everything that is Borderlands…

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Borderlands 2 [VIDEO GAME REVIEW]
May31

Borderlands 2 [VIDEO GAME REVIEW]

For those who loved the original Borderlands, Borderlands 2 is a welcome addition to the Borderlands universe. More bandits, more dark and crude humor, more mayhem, more guns, more Pandora; Gearbox knew exactly what to do with the already successful shoot and loot formula. While it is true that Borderlands 2 doesn’t offer many big changes from the original, it does refine the concept and fully saturates the game environment to the point that it becomes a vibrant, living world, which is something the prequel hinted at but…

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Bioshock: Infinite [VIDEO GAME REVIEW]
May28

Bioshock: Infinite [VIDEO GAME REVIEW]

Bioshock: Infinite is set in an alternate 1912 in the city in the sky known as Columbia. (For fans of the original game or just ones that play the included copy of the initial game that comes packaged with it, Columbia is a city very different than the undersea world of Rapture from the first Bioshock game.) On the surface it seems like a happy place; filled with bright colors, hummingbirds, and artistic posters. These are just a mask to hide the darkness in the city’s soul, filled with malice, hatred and evil. Racism, xenophobia, and a twisted view of religion swirl…

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Munchkin [GAME REVIEW]
Apr30

Munchkin [GAME REVIEW]

Munchkin, a game of chance, teamwork, and backstabbing. It may seem a little too pun filled for some (unless you love Piers Anthony, Douglas Adams, or Terry Pratchett like I do)but it’s strong mechanics and the fun you can have playing it outweigh how many feel regardless of their stance on puns. All you need to play are three to six friends, the game itself, and a willingness to have a good time. Beer never hurts either. Though, don’t drink if you’re under age, unless of course, you’re a vampire and then I think age loses all significance.

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The Dark Meadow Review
Nov16

The Dark Meadow Review

In that trend, the developers at Phosphor took the Unreal Engine and used it on a spooky and chilling mystery called Dark Meadow. While it is well worth the price of admission (which, interestingly, is the same price to purchase as a matinee admission to most theaters in the U.S.), they have cleverly devised a version of the game called Dark Meadow: The Pact, which is free.

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