B.J. Blazkowicz is breaking out, breaking in, and breaking down Hitler’s front door.
I was introduced to this game as an early Playstation title. I remember rumblings about it when the PS launched, and was certainly looking forward to it, considering I like the films, and the PS launch first-person-shooters were the likes of the heinous Kileak: The DNA Imperative. As it turned out, Alien Trilogy was overall […]
As you can infer from the title, this is the sequel to the much-ballyhooed Fallout. New locales exist to explore, a few new enemies, a LOT of new politics, and a handful of improvements to the system round out the package. If you’re ready for a substantial amount of additional adventuring in the nuclear wastelands, […]
When I finally decided to include PC games for the site, I pretty exclusively had Fallout in mind. I’m not sure why it took so long to get around to it; I think because I wanted to play through it again before embarking on this review, but this matters not. I recently completed the game, […]
It had to happen eventually. The only thing LucasArts loved more than pimping out its Star Wars franchise, was staying on the cutting edge of technology. So when galactic conquest simulations became the new buzzword, you could have bet dollars to doughnuts that you’d be seeing a galactic conquest simulation Star Wars game. This is […]
Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner gets a lot of terms thrown around regarding it, like “cult classic,” “masterpiece,” and more worthy of a picture that’s such a visual testament to film’s abilities to create engaging fantasy worlds. It’s also quite a moody piece that questions morality and humanity throughout. These are interesting ideas to fold into […]