HOGWARTS LEGACY [Review] – Ride The Lightning (Rod).

“You’re a wizard Harry,” are the words uttered by the affable Hagrid to the boy wizard Harry Potter, subsequently kicking off a wizarding empire. Sending tots and teens alike fawning for a Wizarding World detached from the glum and ordinary reality. Trips to the Wizarding World were limited to books and film mediums as well …

THE LAST OF US [TV Show Review] – On The Yellow Brick Road.

HBO’s highly anticipated adaptation of Naughty Dog and Sony’s groundbreaking video game The Last of Us is finally here. The video game was lauded as GOAT since its release in 2013 earning unanimous praise and getting two remasters and, a not so beloved, sequel. With fans hyped since the casting of Pedro Pascal and Bella …

THE GHGAMER AWARDS [Best Video Games of 2022] – The ‘Ring’ of Power.

1. Elden Ring – When I was becoming fatigued of open world games, Elden Ring somehow managed to refresh the genre. I haven’t felt this much freedom in a game where my path and interpretation of the story was completely different from everyone else who played. It improved the Souls formula by a tenfold while …

THE CALLISTO PROTOCOL [Review] – Dead Space Combat.

I’m writing this immediately after beating The Callisto Protocol, because I’ve never been so conflicted on a game. It’s a shame that a game with absolutely stunning graphics, horrific environments, and an eerie sound design manages to be something that I didn’t enjoy wholeheartedly. Protocol is held back by its poor combat choices in every …

MARVEL’S MIDNIGHT SUNS [Preview] – Suns of (Magical) Anarchy!

WELCOME!!! I know, it's been a minute. Many minutes. A few things transpired here and there, but let's talk about December 2nd... Many moons ago, ya boy reviewed XCOM 2 for the Xbox One and absolutely loved it. Firaxis turned me into a huge fan of theirs with the first game, XCOM: Enemy Unknown (and …

TEKKEN: BLOODLINE [Anime Series Review] – What is it that Haunts You?

It's been about 11 years since the last debut of any tekken visual media, the movie “Tekken: Blood Vengeance” came out in 2011, which is 14 years out from 1997’s Tekken OVA Movie. “Whose Eyes peer back from the Darkness?”In years past, story and context thereof have never really been things that Namco (now Bandai-Namco) …