Life is Strange 2, Episode 3: Wastelands Review

By Steven Seggerman There will be plenty of spoilers ahead! You’ve been warned! Episode 3 takes place many weeks after the last, where Sean and Daniel were forced to run away from their grandparent’s home. Now they are part of a community of vagabonds living out of tents in the forest. Finn, the hippy leader…Read moreRead more

Gears of War: Hivebusters #1 Review

By Steven Seggerman Rise of RAAM writer Kurtis Wiebe returns for Gears of War: Hivebusters, joined by Dark Souls artist Alan Quah. I’m really excited to get the chance to review this, as it’s coming before the release of Gears of War 5, and this is done in conjunction with Microsoft Studios. This comic has…Read moreRead more

Firefly – The Unification War Part 1 Review

By Steven Seggerman Back in 2002 Firefly aired for the first time on TV, and viewers instantly fell in love. Despite the overwhelming praise it received from its numerous fans, the show was canceled only after one season. Through relentless and persistent badgering by the fans, Universal Studios took on the world of Firefly, creating…Read moreRead more

Fell Seal Arbiter’s Mark Review

By Steven Seggerman Tactical RPGs are some of my favorite types of games. 6 Eyes Studios has admitted their biggest influence was Final Fantasy Tactics, and it’s a great game to model a project off of. Battles can go on and on, requiring a lot of patience, but I love seeing how each move you…Read moreRead more

Life is Strange – Dust Review

By Steven Seggerman If you’ve been following my game reviews, or know anything about me at all, you’re probably aware of (and tired of hearing about) my deep love for the Life is Strange series. Choice, and how that choice affects the world in strange, and sometimes, devastating ways was one of the many things…Read moreRead more

Cold Blood Samurai #1 Review

By Steven Seggerman What do you get when you take The Last Samurai, turn Tom Cruise and the rest of the cast into reptiles, then mash it up with The War of Mice and Frogs? You get this unique twist on real and tumultuous times in our history. We see the internal struggle for peace…Read moreRead more

Vaporum Review

By Steven Seggerman Vaporum is a game that checks all the boxes for me. Tactical, strategic combat on a grid map with deep RPG elements? Shut up and take my money. However, right away I knew I was going to have a lot of mixed feelings about the game. The intro and storytelling are questionably…Read moreRead more

Generation Zero Review

By Steven Seggerman Generation Zero is a first-person survival game that takes place in ‘80s Sweden during a post-apocalyptic event. The “we made killer robots, and we’re surprised they’ve turned on us” variety of apocalypse we’ve all come to know and dread. There’s no real story here, other than a quick set up and some…Read moreRead more

Elder Scrolls Blades Review

By Steven Seggerman After months of being teased by Bethesda, The Elder Scrolls: Blades is finally here! I got my Early Access pass, jumped in, and was immediately blown away by what I saw. The graphics are unreal for a mobile game, something you really must see to believe. It’s not a perfect game by…Read moreRead more

Operencia: The Stolen Sun Review

By Steven Seggerman Operencia: The Stolen Sun sounds like your typical run-of-the-mill RPG. At first glance, I didn’t see anything that stood out from the rest. However, after having spent just half an hour with the game, I could tell there was something special here. You’re going to need to give it half an hour…Read moreRead more

Riot: Civil Unrest Review

By Steven Seggerman When browsing through the Switch’s eShop I spied Riot and was instantly curious. The backstory behind the game’s development had me even more intrigued when I discovered that the developers behind Riot found themselves caught in, well, a riot! This is what inspired them to create a game about actual conflicts, showing…Read moreRead more

Video Game Review: Dragon Quest Builders 2

By Steven Seggerman When they announced Dragon Quest Builders 2 I was so excited that when it finally released in Japan I bought it, regardless of what language it was in. I wanted this game. If you haven’t had a chance to check out DQB1, you really should. It’s on almost every platform out there,…Read moreRead more

Yonder – The Cloud Catcher Chronicles Review

By Steven Seggerman Some games are no-holds-barred, adrenaline-filled thrill rides full of action and danger, and then there are games like Yonder. It has none of that; in fact, there is no combat whatsoever. At first, I found that mind-blowing, but after sinking a lot of time into it, I realized that it doesn’t need…Read moreRead more

The Anthem Review

By Steven Seggerman Some time ago I got into Anthem’s VIP beta, and like many of you, I was worried about the future of this game. To say that “I got into” the beta is referring to the times that it worked. When I got the chance to fly around It was a fantastic thrill…Read moreRead more

Toe Jam and Earl Back in the Groove Review

By Steven Seggerman If you never got the chance to play the original Toe Jam and Earl on the Sega Genesis, way back in 1991, don’t worry because most didn’t. It was an odd looking game whose success has always been mixed. That’s not to say it didn’t gain a cult following. For a time…Read moreRead more

Video Game Review: Tyr Chains of Valhalla

By Steven Seggerman Tyr: Chains of Valhalla is a side-scrolling shooter much like that of Mega Man, except in all the worst ways possible. I want to get this out of the way now; I hated this game. I hated just about everything in regards to this game. If you are a fan of fun,…Read moreRead more

Video Game Review- Jack Quest: The Tale of the Sword

By Steven Seggerman These days side-scrolling, pixel art, hack and slash games are a dime a dozen. To stand out from the crowd, your game needs something genuinely unique. It needs to be beautiful; it needs heart, it needs a robust combat system and a world that, while 2D, feels like it has real depth….Read moreRead more

Video Game Review: Sphinx and the Cursed Mummy

By Steven Seggerman Originally released back in 2003 on just about everything you can think of. PS2, Xbox, PC, and the Gamecube, Sphinx and the Cursed Mummy was given decent scores all around. Despite this, the game went completely under the radar for most people. Now it’s 2019, and it’s been ported once again. This…Read moreRead more

Video Game Review: Kingdom Hearts 3

By Steven Seggerman Before I go breaking any hearts, warning, there will be spoilers ahead! Kingdom Hearts is a series confusing even to it’s more die-hard fans, but die-hard fans it has aplenty. It’s been almost two decades, and now a dozen different installments, but we finally have the conclusive(?) game we’ve been waiting for….Read moreRead more

Life is Strange 2, Episode 2 Review: Rules

By Steven Seggerman Before we begin: Minor spoilers ahead! Life is Strange is a series near and dear to my heart. No one can tell a story quite like DONTNOD, and the second season looks to be just as promising as the first. DONTNOD manages to make our boring, mundane world feel magical, and I’m…Read moreRead more

First Look: Anthem VIP Demo

( By Steven Seggerman Horizon Zero Dawn meets Iron Man Let’s be honest, we all wish we could fly around in one of Iron Man’s suits. Zipping around the sky, blasting enemies with hand cannons and missiles. Anthem is that dream come true. When the demo works, it very works well. Flying around a massive,…Read moreRead more

Achtung! Cthulu Tactics Nintendo Switch Review

By Steven Seggerman As if WWII wasn’t terrible enough, now we have Lovecraftian nightmare fueled Nazis to deal with. You’ll take charge of a small group on a quiet stroll through the Forrest of Fear, killing evil incarnate along the way. Heavily inspired by games like X-com, Achtung is a tactical shooter that manages to…Read moreRead more

The Raven Remastered Review

By Steven Seggerman A long thought dead master thief, The Raven, has resurfaced and is out to steal the world’s greatest treasures. It’s up to Swiss Constable Anton Zellner to stop him using his top-notch detective skills. He isn’t an inspector tough, hasn’t even seen a murder scene before. In fact, you’ll spend most of…Read moreRead more

Video Game Review- Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden

By Steven Seggerman The post-apocalyptic backdrop feels a little overused by this point, but The Bearded Ladies team managed to teach an old duck new tricks. Humans have done it again, we went and messed up the world with nuclear war. Now it’s up to mutant stalkers to scavenge a living from the ruins and…Read moreRead more

Coffee Crisis Review

By Steven Seggerman If you’re a fan of coffee, metal, and classic arcade-style games like Streets of Rage, you may find a lot to enjoy with Mega Cat Studios multiplayer beat ‘em up: Coffee Crisis. I knew I was in for a crazy ride when the narrator is an old man wearing a tinfoil hat…Read moreRead more

Warhammer: Vermintide 2 Review

By Steven Seggerman Sometimes, when picking up a sequel, finding it’s just a little more of the same old thing isn’t always a bad thing. This couldn’t be more true with the newest addition in everyone’s favorite rat splattering escapade. The team is back, and with more witty banter than you can shake a pyromancer’s…Read moreRead more