Bryan Calhoun

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Rocket League (Switch) Review: Sometimes You Can Pick a Favorite Child 5

Rocket League (Switch) Review: Sometimes You Can Pick a Favourite Child

The first and most important thing to know about Rocket League on the Switch is that it is ugly, and I am going to write UGLY in all capital letters to...
Star Wars Battlefront 2 Review – Some Games Fall to the Dark Side of Micro-Transactions.

Star Wars Battlefront 2 (PS4) Review – Some Games Fall to the Dark Side...

I’m really upset at Star Wars Battlefront 2, but not for the reasons you would expect. I’m mad because the marketing material for this game depicted a story of angry Imperials...
Need for Speed Payback (PlayStation 4) Review - A Great Game That Could Be Hampered by Microtransactions 2

Need for Speed Payback (PlayStation 4) Review – A Great Game That Could Be...

Let’s start by getting one very important point out of the way. Need for Speed Payback is not the Fast and Furious game we were all hoping for. The gameplay does...
Rogue Trooper Redux (PS4) Review – Not All Clones Are Created Equal 2

Rogue Trooper Redux (PS4) Review – Not All Clones Are Created Equal

The problem with reviewing re-mastered editions of old videogames is that I never know what standards to hold them to. Do I compare this third person shooter, based on a 1980’s...
Destiny 2 (PS4) Review - Destiny Too 6

Destiny 2 (PS4) Review – Destiny Too

I will try to save you some time by recommending Destiny 2 from the start. Yes, I am putting the cart before the horse, but there isn't much else to say...
Destiny 2 Review In Progress

Destiny 2 Review In Progress – Welcome Back Guardian

CGMagazine has decided to wait until next week, when the first raid is released, before we consider Destiny 2 to be a complete package; therefore, our final review will be released...
Madden NFL 18 (Xbox One) Review: A Single Player Campaign - It's in the Game! 7

Madden NFL 18 (Xbox One) Review: A Single Player Campaign – It’s in the...

There are a lot of things you can say about a company that has been voted the worst company in the United States on multiple occasions. I'm sure that most of...
Gigantic (Xbox One) Review: Good Things Come in Free Packages 4

Gigantic (Xbox One) Review: Good Things Come in Free Packages

I rarely comment on the titles of video games in an industry that willfully accepts monikers like the Wii, the PlayStation, and GOLF Magazine Presents 36 Great Holes Starring Fred Couples;...
Accel World vs. Sword Art Online (PlayStation 4) Review 1

Accel World vs. Sword Art Online (PlayStation 4) Review – Gold Behind The Mist

Shortly after the release of the Sword Art Online movie—Ordinal Scale—and the new manga—Project Alicization—the relentless SAO merchandizing machine has once again focused its cynical eye on video games. As a...
Dead by Daylight Special Edition Review - Welcome to Consoles 1

Dead by Daylight Special Edition Review – Welcome to Consoles

It's a common but reductive process in video game reviews to explain one game by comparing it directly to another. I’ve been guilty of this in the past and I’ll be...
Nexon to Publish the First Title from Frist Strike Games 1

Nexon to Publish the First Title from Frist Strike Games

South Korea’s video game giant Nexon, the publisher behind Maple Story, Lawbreakers (Cliff Bleszinski’s upcoming game), and First Assault (the online FPS based on the Ghost in the Shell franchise); announced...
Flinthook Review - Rage Inducing Joy 4

Flinthook Review – Rage Inducing Joy

Flinthook is a 2D 16-bit styled roguelike that follows the adventures of the titular cherub-looking pirate hunter. He’s a mysterious vigilante who travels the stars with the backing of what appears...