Star Wars Battlefront Review: The Game You Are Looking For?

By Nolan P. Smith (Victor Valley)– When it was announced that the beloved Star Wars video game series, Battlefront, would be making a return, fans everywhere let out a collective sigh of relief. The shooter that took fans into a galaxy far, far away is widely considered the best Star Wars series to hit consoles….Read moreRead more

Schrödinger’s Cat and the Raiders of the Lost Quark Review: A Psychedelic, Feline Fun Time

Review by Nolan P. Smith (Victor Valley)—One of the best parts about the current generation of games has to be the influx of indie games getting a push into the spotlight. Not every game needs to have authentic looking hair render and innovative mechanics that will change the landscape of gaming forever. No, sometimes we…Read moreRead more

Tower of Guns Review: A Randomized Hit

Review by Nolan P. Smith When I received word of Tower of Guns, the first person shooter from GRIP Digital S.R.O and Terrible Posture Games, I didn’t know what to think. I had never heard of the game, so my fear was another run of the mill first person shooter that is destined to fall…Read moreRead more

Mortal Kombat X Review- Flawless Victory

Review By Nolan P. Smith (Victor Valley)—NetherRealm Studios had a tall order when it came to the next installment of the Mortal Kombat franchise. Easily one of the top fighting game franchises in the world, Mortal Kombat has grown into a phenomenon since its debut in 1992. With Mortal Kombat X, this marks the debut…Read moreRead more

Pastrami Video Game Review: Ryse- Son of Rome

By Jason R. Smith- Pastrami Nation Developer: Crytek Publisher: Microsoft Studios Platform: X-Box One (Victorville, CA)—When Microsoft released their next gen system, the X-Box One, late in 2013, they released games that could show off the power of their new system. One of those games was Ryse-Son of Rome. A game that captured our attention…Read moreRead more

Injustice Gods Among Us Review

  Review by: Nolan P. Smith Developer: NetherRealm Studios Publisher: Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment Genre: Fighting Rating: T for Teens In 2008, a fighting game was released that meshed the majestic super heroes of the DC Comics universe with the hyper violent world of Mortal Kombat. The result was lukewarm, as the two didn’t quite…Read moreRead more