Professor Layton Vs Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney

I love the Ace Attorney series.

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It’s weird. You see, I tend to HATE anime style artwork and all the tropes that goes along with it. Continue reading

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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

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

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