Category: Game Reviews

Hell Frozen Over: Remastered

By Gwendolyn L. Spelvin Remember when the Capcom brand used to actually mean something in this industry? These days Capcom comes off like a bad prescription drug commercial interrupting a game trailer.  You’re suckered in with no way out to skip it; the crisis builds with only side effects to ease the pain experienced watching […]

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Winding Up Dead In The Pool

By Gwendolyn L. Spelvin Deadpool just won’t die.  Sadly, it’s been on life support for so long players are accepting the loss of oxygen and lowering their standards to accept the coma like state this title puts them in. After a lackluster premiere and an abrupt removal from the Steam store after Activition’s licensing expired […]

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Digital Homicide: A Common Core Game Developer

By Gwendolyn L. Spelvin Anyone in game development will tell you that Common Core does not create the best innovators in the industry.  No child left behind hopefuls are the cut, copy, and paste geniuses of tomorrow that rely heavily on templates for their contender titles.  After all, when any loop or theme pack is […]

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21st Century Schizoid Hoyle Card Games, Man

By Gwendolyn L. Spelvin Card games are not far stretches of anyone’s imagination.  The majority of the people that know their way around a deck of cards started in childhood, making for all intent and purpose a fairly low learning curve.  Digital adaptation of these rudimentary principles has existed in translation on modern computers for […]

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Playing Mind Games…Idiot Edition

By Gwendolyn L. Spelvin Sometimes a great brain teaser idea should stay an idea.  On the other hand, this has given governments everywhere new mechanisms for solitary confinement torture of political prisoners.  Mind Games is the type of entry that makes players wonder whether or not this poor attempt at a puzzle game was a […]

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