REVIEW: Pokémon Sword and Shield

How is it that a single development team manages to keep the hits coming with virtually every single release? Pokémon has had its good seasons and “bad” seasons, but even those who have sold less than others are still massively successful on a global scale. Coming to meet controversy head-on after being one of the …

REVIEW: Call of Duty: Modern Warfare (2019)

I have been a fan of Call of Duty my whole life, but I sadly stopped purchasing the games in the past couple of years because I wasn’t a fan of buying yearly installments. Now, after four years of not playing Call of Duty, I have sunk multiple hours into Infinity Ward’s newest addition to …

REVIEW: Borderlands 3 (2019)

I remember when Borderlands came out in 2009, and I was very curious to discover what it was about. It wasn’t until 2012 that I finally played the game for the first time, and from that point on, I was a fan of the franchise. I have played all of the Borderlands games, and now …

REVIEW: Yu-Gi-Oh! Legacy of the Duelist: Link Evolution (Nintendo Switch)

I’m going to date myself a bit here while I reminisce for a moment. In 1998 Nintendo, along with Creatures Inc. and Hudson Soft, developed a digital version of the already exploding Pokémon Trading Card Game for the Nintendo GameBoy Color. The ability to take everyone’s favorite new card game on the go without the …

REVIEW: Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order

Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order is the long-awaited third installment in the Marvel Ultimate Alliance franchise. This time around, it’s been developed by Team Ninja, the developers behind Nioh, Dead or Alive, and Ninja Gaiden, and published by Nintendo exclusively on Nintendo Switch. The story follows your favorite Marvel heroes (and even some …

REVIEW: Dead or Alive 6 (2019)

“She kicks high”  Full disclosure: I’ve been playing the Dead or Alive franchise since the first entry in arcades (for you munchkins that have no clue what one of those is, it’s a place where you go after school to burn through what little money you have from allowance or from saving your lunch money …