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Why Titanfall Is A Great Game

by Jack Wageron October 25, 2017
Released 5 months after the launch of Xbox One, Titanfall was supposed to be Xbox One's 'killer app'. Criticized for being shallow because it lacks a single player campaign, and other people ragged on it because they disliked the addition of titans (what!). Although once the dust settled, Titanfall still stands as my favorite FPS in a very long, long time.

PAX East 2016 – Moving Hazard

by Oscar Venturaon April 26, 2016
The zombie hype is real out at PAX East 2016. Zombie fever has been spreading all throughout media. It seems that everywhere I go there is something zombie related. It’s as the infection truly is spreading. This contagion has claimed another First Person Shooter, Moving Hazard. Being that it’s a FPS and zombie based, it […]

Tower of Guns Review

by Oscar Venturaon April 21, 2015
Tower of Guns is a first person shooter rogue-like game by Terrible Posture Games. Tower of Guns is available for Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Windows, OS X, and Linux. It is meant to be played in short bursts as it features perma-death within all of its modes. There are a variety of storylines, […]
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Keep an eye out for SUPERHOT!

by Oscar Venturaon August 15, 2014
Watching a video of SUPERHOT game play doesn’t do it justice, it is definitely something to experience for yourself.

Unreal Tournament ’99 – Greatest FPS EVER!

by Jack Wageron May 13, 2014
January 2001 was when I got a computer capable of playing modern PC games (thanks Mom & Dad). It was a Pentium III 1.0GHz, 128MB RAM, 60GB 7200RPM HDD, and pixels were shot to a 15″ CRT monitor by a GeForce 2 Ultra. One of the first games I installed was UT ’99. Despite being […]

Backtracking Crysis

by Jack Wageron February 17, 2014
Crysis is one of the most popular first person shooters of all time. It mainly receives merit because of its incredible graphics. Even today, 5 years after the game originally came out, Crysis is still a graphical marvel. Despite its age, it wasn't until Oct. 2011 when I started to play Crysis, and Nov. 2012 by the time I finished it.

Gift Guide Day 4 from Jack!

by Jack Wageron December 6, 2012
Four birdies singing, otherwise known as Day 4 of our Holiday Gift Guide. Jack doesn’t quite understand that the games are supposed to be released in 2012, so he just chose whatever he played in 2012. Who does he think he is? Anyways, if you missed Days 1, 2, or 3, you can view them […]

Painkiller: Hell and Damnation Review

by Oscar Venturaon October 31, 2012
Painkiller: Hell & Damnation! The a "rebirth" if I may, of a title that came out back in 2004 titled Painkiller.