Shadow of the Tomb Raider – Review

Shadow of the Tomb Raider is the final chapter in Lara’s origin story. As such you can expect to find some answers to questions you might have had over the last game or two, involving both Trinity and Lara’s personal life. You start out in Cozumel, Mexico looking for an artifact. Of course, Trinity is…

Overcooked 2 – Review

In Overcooked 2 you have to return to the chaotic kitchen once again as you scramble to fulfill all of the orders coming in while trying to survive the chaos. The general premise of Overcooked 2 is the same as the first. You can choose to go it alone or play with up to three…

Onrush – Review

OnRush is the newest racing title from the people who previously brought you the Motorstorm series. It is unlike most racing titles though because there really isn’t a finish line. There are objectives to complete as you are racing through the worlds and the first team to complete those objectives are declared the winner. As…

Far Cry 5 – Review

When Far Cry 5 was revealed and we learned what its premise was, I knew that it could be fairly divisive. Far Cry 5 takes place in the fictional location of Hope County, Montana and you are a deputy. There is a crazy doomsday, religious cult that has taken over the area and making life…

Disneyland Adventures – Review

Disneyland Adventures is going to be a dream come true for some young and young at heart Disney fans. Previously a Kinect title, Disneyland Adventures has been retooled and is now playable with a standard controller, allowing Disney fans to explore Disneyland until their is content. You start out on Main Street and the whole…

Call of Duty: WWII – Review

Going back to their roots with Call of Duty: WWII was a huge gamble for Sledgehammer Games but it seems to have paid off. The campaign is stellar, the Nazi Zombie experience is as fun as ever and the multiplayer suite is a great time with friends. The campaign is set in the European Theatre…