Elias Blondeau

Elias Blondeau
I'm your friendly neighborhood critic. Games and anime are my eternal jam. Occasionally funny.
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EA Play 2016 Wrap Up

EA Play 2016 Wrap Up

EA kicked off the annual E3 hype train this year with a slew of announcements, confirmations, and teases. Here are the high points from today's conference!Titanfall 2The second entry in Respawn's hit Titanfall franchise...
"Dead Rising 4" Seemingly Confirmed, New Screenshots Leak

Dead Rising 4 Seemingly Confirmed, New Screenshots Leak

Fueling months of speculation, screenshots of what appears to be Dead Rising 4 surfaced on NeoGAF today. Judging by the three main screens, it looks like the fourth main entry in Capcom's open-world zombie...
Mirror’s Edge Catalyst (PS4) Review 1

Mirror’s Edge Catalyst (PS4) Review

Mirror’s Edge was never a smash hit for EA. It wasn’t much of a critical darling either, getting good, but not astonishing scores across the board. Despite this, it was what...
“Hail Hydra”: Captain America Writers Court Controversy

“Hail Hydra”: Captain America Writers Court Controversy

Spoilers for Captain America: Steven Rogers #1It was the plot twist heard (with plenty of memes) ‘round the internet.At the end of Marvel’s new Captain America: Steve Rogers series, the iconic...
Postal Redux (PC) Review 6

Postal Redux (PC) Review

Postal and I go way back. Back in high school, I spent countless lazy summer days and sleepless school nights messing around in Postal 2’s chaotic sandbox. To this day, I...
“Let’s Kick Shell”: Why Turtles In Time Still Matters

“Let’s Kick Shell”: Why Turtles In Time Still Matters

In the early 1990’s, cartoon tie-in games weren’t known for their quality. Both the arcades and home consoles were awash in an ocean of mediocre licensed titles made to drive up...
Capsule Force (PC) Review 5

Capsule Force (PC) Review

game being flat-out un-fun to play, the lack of single-player content and no online functionality really sealed the deal. While it would tempting to copy and paste that review for Capsule...
Welkin Road (PC) Review 5

Welkin Road (PC) Review

It took dozens of people to put together both Mirror’s Edge and Portal, two successful first-person adventures cut from two very different cloths. When one plays either of those titles, it’s...
Gibbous: A Cthulhu Adventure Preview

Gibbous: A Cthulhu Adventure Preview

“Lovecraftian” and “nostalgic” are two buzzwords that have practically lost meaning in today’s pop culture landscape. Every other movie is a reboot, and several horror games trot out tired eldritch terror...
Targem’s Crossout Rides Shiny and Chrome 1

Targem’s Crossout Rides Shiny and Chrome

When Avalanche’s Mad Max hit store shelves last year, it had a lot to live up to. Not only did it have to capture the spirit of a pedigreed film series,...
Langrisser Re: Incarnation –Tensei- 9

Langrisser Re: Incarnation –Tensei- (3DS) Review

It’s been over two decades, but the West has finally received a new entry in the cult Langrisser franchise (the first one was brought overseas in 1991 as Warsong.) A long-running...
Valkyria Chronicles Remastered (PS4) Review 1

Valkyria Chronicles Remastered (PS4) Review

Sega’s been making a bit of a push back into mainstream relevance as of late. The West is getting new releases in the Yakuza franchise, the Hatsune Miku games have been...

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