The highly-anticipated ‘Kingdom Hearts III’ is coming out in 2018

Y’all better buckle up in them gummi ships boyz and gurls, because Square Enix has finally announced the release date for Kingdom Hearts III. Yes y’all, video game emergency! Continue reading “The highly-anticipated ‘Kingdom Hearts III’ is coming out in 2018”

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Tekken 7 – Game Review

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Released: June 2, 2017 (Namco Entertainment)

The Tekken franchise has been through loops and bounds throughout the years; Tekken 4 was a mixed bag with glorious new features yet flat-lined graphics and delivery. Tekken 5, of course, smashed down those walls and re-created something a lot more innovative and highly-constructed; then Tekken 6 saw a more linear creation, only this time the graphics, stage developments and character diversity were a lot more thrilling and challenging. Of course, throwing in the additional Tekken Tag Tournament  would only blow all three titles out of the water with it’s dynamic structure and near-perfect game-play, but knowing that this review is more on the… well, how shall we say… story-line of the entire Tekken franchise; I guess I’ll leave that game release out (no matter, big props to Namco for KILLING it with a title like that!) Now, almost 10 years later, Tekken 7 has graced our shelves and, trust me, you will not be disappointed.  Continue reading “Tekken 7 – Game Review”

Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy — Game Review

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Released: June 30, 2017

I think this is an opportunity to say with my fellow 90s kids that, back in my days, Naughty Dog’s iconic Crash Bandicoot series was nothing but an ecstasy-ridden past-time ritual that saw me basically sat at the front of my old-skool television after kindergarden with my Playstation 1 console under the cabinet, jamming it all out. As the fine owner of all three original Crash Bandicoot opening games, the breaking news of Activison remastering the games into a one-big bundle trilogy felt like Christmas (like, literally, I felt Christmas came early this year for Tekken 7 and this shindig!) And now today, the beloved remastered edition,—titled the Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy— has finally been released (in New Zealand, to be exact…). And boy, it sure makes me feel like a five-year old all over again. Continue reading “Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy — Game Review”

Jumping Wumpa Fruit! Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy set for June 2017 release on PS4

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To all of you classic PS gamers, and much appreciated fans of the Crash Bandicoot series… you guys better get ya Wumpa fruits ready, cause more news about the Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy has been announced! Continue reading “Jumping Wumpa Fruit! Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy set for June 2017 release on PS4”