The Outer Worlds Review

Brendan Quinn

Brendan’s favourite things in the world are videogames, comic books, and snowboarding. Not talented enough to actually work in these industries, he is content to write about them.

The Outer Worlds Review

The Outer Worlds Review

As I rapidly approach my dotage, I find I have far less time, effort, and patience for online gaming. What I primarily play these days are roguelikes and single-player RPGs.
The Last of Us Part II Preview - Bigger, Bolder, and Lovingly Constructed

The Last of Us Part II Preview – Bigger, Bolder, and Lovingly Constructed

Naughty Dog is a studio that needs no introduction, and The Last of Us is a title that helped them get that clout.
The Surge 2 Review 10

The Surge 2 Review

The Surge was a fun surprise game for fans of the Soulslike genre, placing players in the toes of a futuristic, armour-clad warrior that spends his days hacking limbs off his enemies with a variety of junkyard-inspired mechanical weapons.
Blasphemous Review 1

Blasphemous Review

It’s time to brush up on your Latin, polish that statue of St. Bartholomew, and bust out the cat-o-nine-tails for some self-flagellation, Blasphemous is here to remind you of what Catholics have known for nearly 2,000 years: suffering is not only a part of life, it’s the entire point.
Gears of War 5 Hands-On Preview

Gears of War 5 Hands-On Preview

The Coalition was kind enough to invite to their Vancouver studio to check out the highly-anticipated Gears of War 5. The long-running franchise is, arguably, the most “Xbox” IP outside of HALO, and after taking over the series in Gears of War 4, the Coalition is ready to go bigger…much bigger, with their next entry.
RAD Review 1

RAD Review

There are three qualities that will generally pique my interest in a video game. Bright, rich colours, a synth soundtrack, and an addictive gameplay loop with a sense of progression.
Scavengers E3 2019 Hands-on Preview

Scavengers E3 2019 Hands-on Preview

Multiplayer games are all the rage these days, to say the least. PvE MMOs continue to rake in enormous player counts, and PvP shooters and squad games, while always a staple of the PC gaming scene, are bigger than ever. Another genre has also seen massive growth over the years, with games like Don’t Starve […]
Post-Apocalyptic Blood Drinking Fun with Keita Iizuka

Post-Apocalyptic Blood Drinking Fun with Keita Iizuka

Over the last few years, the Souls series of games have essentially spawned their own sub-genre within the ARPG framework. Repeated runs, deep character customization, and build variety are a few aspects that keep players coming back for more. Building and expanding on this base and then adding vampires to the mix, NPC companions, and […]
Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince Preview 3

Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince E3 2019 Preview

Finland might not be the biggest or most powerful country in Europe, but it certainly punches well above its weight in plenty of categories. From Black Metal bands and unstoppable hockey players to some of the toughest and grittiest soldiers ever produced, the country of 5.5 million people is stocked with raw talent.
Celebrating 20 years of Crash Team Racing with Tom Wilson

Celebrating 20 years of Crash Team Racing with Tom Wilson

The original Crash Team Racing came out way back in long-long ago, the Matrix-fueled craziness of pre-Millennial 1999. A lot has changed since then, especially in the world of video games. Consoles are most beastly than ever, and televisions are far larger with definitions so crisp you could make a sandwich out of them.


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