Zombies

Days Gone Review

Before I got my hands on Days Gone, I questioned whether or not there would be any new on offer or if it would end up as just another property trying to provide those Walking Dead moments of either gratuitous violence or unneeded sadness. What I played instead was a game that wanted to push past the darkness and see if there was anything left for humanity to live for beyond just surviving.

Days Gone Review

The Walking Dead: The Final Season - Episode 4 Review

All that aside, I feel like as an ending for the franchise, as an end to Clementine’s story, we’ve gone out as well as it could have. This is The Walking Dead, after all, so any hope we are left with is automatically tempered against the death and despair of the world, and the fact that we are, as we always have been, the true walkers in a dead world.  But for an ending, I think one will do.

The Walking Dead: The Final Season - Episode 4 Review

The Walking Dead: A New Frontier Parts 1 and 2 Review

Given where Episode 2 leaves us, I am truly looking forward to see where A New Frontier goes. Javier is a charming character with a deep backstory, and they way his family is introduced throughout the past and present leads to an immediate investment in his future. Add in some shady actions on Clementine’s part, as well as the overwhelming desire to keep her around, and I feel that TWD is back on the right track. Telltale continues to impress.

The Walking Dead: A New Frontier Parts 1 and 2 Review

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Review

Although well written and acted, its story is still too binary and lacks the subtlety of real-life geopolitical conflict. Amazing, its short campaign can feel too long in places, and its stop-and-start pace suffers in comparison to its shooter peers. Multiplayer and Zombie modes fare better, and for many players, that will be good enough. 

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Review

Deadlight: Director's Cut

There is perhaps enough to like in Deadlight: Director’s Cut to give it a shot if you find it on sale. For the most part though, it is a middling experience that you probably won’t be eager to revisit.

Deadlight: Director's Cut

Zombie Vikings

Unfortunately the game also has some design issues, repetition and a solid lack of good jokes. I feel that the developers have the chops to make a great game because this one was full of content and no corners were crossed, but they just picked the wrong subject material.

Zombie Vikings

Resident Evil 0: HD Remaster

As a gussied-up artifact of another gaming era, it fares conserably better and anyone who loves the series, is a franchise completionist, or missed it on either Gamecube or Wii, should check it out.

Resident Evil 0: HD Remaster

Dying Light

Dying Light just about fires on all cylinders. The immensely satisfying gameplay, stunning visuals, and horrifying nights makes this easily one the best survival horror games to come out in the last couple of years.

Dying Light

Tesla Breaks the World!

It's atmosphere is generally nice and appealing, but the repetition of each level grew more and more evident as I progressed. The randomly generated levels did allow you to forget those bad times of falling off a cliff and your space bar not reacting to the jumps that you desperately needed at the time. After dying a lot, I gave up and ended up playing something else.

Tesla Breaks the World!

#killallzombies

Simply put, #killallzombies feels like half of a game. The gameplay feels great and fluid but unfortunately the game never meets its potential. The unique streaming options, interesting perk system, and fun combat doesn't do enough for a unfinished product that has more locked game modes than game modes available for play.

#killallzombies