Kevin

Kevin has been playing games since he could first hold a controller. He Thinks Ocarina of Time was the greatest game ever. He also thinks filling in biography info on websites is awkward, especially when he decides to write those biographies in third person (for whatever crazy reason).

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Kung Fury: Street Rage: Review

Based on the best 1980s action movie released in 2015, Kung Fury: Street Rage is a very simple game where you play as Kung Fury himself (the greatest cop in the world), defending the streets from hordes of nazis, robots, and ninjas. The game is deceptively simple, requiring only two buttons to play, determining whether you attack enemies on the

Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number : Review

I have a love/hate relationship with Hotline Miami 2. As a fan of the original, I awaited the sequel with bated breath. On the one hand, it continues the story of the original, acting as both a sequel and a prequel to fill in the blanks and answer any of the questions you may have had after the first. It

Dying Light: Review

Author’s Note: This review is based on the PC version of the game. At the time of release, the PC version of Dying Light suffered many performance issues for multiple reasons. Techland has since fixed several of these issues, though performance on some machines, particularly those running AMD processors, is still lacking. Techland has issued a statement in their patch

Assassin’s Creed Rogue: Review

Assassin's Creed Rogue is an anomaly in Ubisoft's popular Assassin's Creed franchise for multiple reasons. The first being the fact that the game is only available for last-generation consoles (Xbox 360 and Playstation 3), and PC. The game seems to be a swan song of sorts for Ubisoft's support of those consoles with this particular franchise.

Destiny: Review

At the time of this writing, the Vault of Glass, which is Destiny’s 6-player raid, was not available to play. Bungie has also made a point of suggesting that more content will be added in the coming months, through various updates and patches. Should these updates change the game in any significant manner, this review is subject to change as

Assassin’s Creed 4 Black Flag: Review

Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag, is the odd duck of the wildly popular Ubisoft franchise. The game foregoes many of the traditional stealth mechanics and restrictions from previous entries in the series, favoring action and sailing the open sea over constant city-exploration and puzzle solving.

Battlefield 4: Review

Let me start by saying this review is based on the Xbox 360 version of the game. While the PS3 version is likely similar, the PC version is bound to be vastly superior in terms of graphical fidelity, as well as the multiplayer experience, given that it boasts 64 player battles, whereas the 360/PS3 versions only support a maximum of

Foul Play: Review

Foul Play is a charming little game brought to the Xbox Live Arcade and PC by Mediatonic, an indie game developer behind several games you’ve probably never heard of, such as Monsters (Probably) Stole My Princess, Must. Eat. Birds., and Robot Unicorn Attack Evolution, among others. Obviously inspired by other recent entries in the genre, Foul Play has you filling

Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon Review

Around the beginning of April, Ubisoft released some teaser screenshots of a game that vaguely resembled Far Cry 3 called “Blood Dragon”. Considering the time of the images’ release, most fans thought it was an elaborate hoax or April Fool’s joke being played by the developer. In the coming weeks however, it was made all too clear that Blood Dragon

Assassin’s Creed 3: Review

Assassin’s Creed 3 is actually the 5th major release in the popular Assassin’s Creed series developed by Ubisoft. Development of the game started after Assassin’s Creed 2, and continued through the creation and release of both Brotherhood, and Revelations, both of which continued the story of the second game’s protagonist, as well as all of the games’ less than heroic

Mark of the Ninja: Review

Mark of the Ninja is the latest game from Klei Entertainment, the fine folk that brought us games like N+, Eets, and Shank.

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

Skyrim is the latest game by Oblivion and Fallout 3 creators, Bethesda Softworks. It boasts a huge, open landscape with hundreds of locations to explore and more quests than you can shake an iron sword at. Most of the achievements revolve around completing various quests in the main story and other major quest lines. Considering most of those are earned by completing quests which have instructions and waypoints in the game on how to complete them, we’ll go over those last.