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New Super Mario Bros 2 – The Review

There’s a certain formula that almost all Mario games follow. Eight levels. Specific ‘Mario Bros’ music. A boss battle. Coins. Mushrooms. Flowers. A kidnapped Princess. Ghosts. Bowser.  We’ve seen this basic formula since 1985, and Nintendo hasn’t really deviated from it. Rather, they embrace it. They refine it. Continue reading

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Dragon Age Inquisition DLC Review

Well it’s been awhile since my last review. In fact, it feels like forever since I last felt motivated enough to review on, well, anything. Trust me though that it may have something to do with a certain game which consumed most of my life of the greater part of 2015. No, I’m not talking about Fallout 4 (but expect more on that later). No, I’m talking about Dragon Age: Inquisition. Continue reading

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Dragon Age Inquisition – The Review

Game Title: Dragon Age Inquisition
Developer:  BioWare
Publisher:  Electronic Arts
Director: Michael Laidlaw
Writer:  David Gaider
Released:  November 2014
Note:  The reviewer played the game on the Xbox 360, so some technical issues may not be present on other systems.

So I’m a little bit late to the game with Dragon Age Inquisition. It’s been a financially trying year, among other things, which pulled me away from reviewing and playing some awesome games. So yeah, I’m playing catch-up. But what a great way to get back into the swing of things than with BioWare’s next gem! And boy, they did not disappoint…

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Dragon Age: Inquisition Review

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For awhile now, I have been in somewhat a bitter non-speaking relationship with Bioware since the fiasco surrounding the now infamous ending of Mass Effect 3. Anyone who knows me, or has read my reviews about the ending, knows that I hated it with every fiber of my being, enough so that I jumped on the band wagon group known as The Retake Movement wanting it changed. I have no regrets; I still believe that the ending was bad and, call me childish, still can’t play the trilogy without feeling some kind of nostalgic despair. Continue reading