Category - Reviews

Knott’s Scary Farm 2019 Review

The granddaddy of haunted attractions, Knott’s Scary Farm, is bringing some serious heat to the scares this Halloween season. We got the chance to check out their opening night and were blown away by their two new mazes and dynamic street...

Daymare 1998 – A Review (PC)

While this is a review of Daymare: 1998, one must explain how this game came into being… One of my favorite games of the 90’s is Resident Evil.  I knew absolutely nothing about the game when I bought it in 1996, it just sounded like...

MXL APS Podcasting Bundle Audio Podcast...

MXL is a long-time maker of audio equipment – with a large assortment of products. They have also provided some very interesting bundle packages to those creators wanting to get into the video and audio game. One of these bundles is the...

Blair Witch Review (Steam)

Blair Witch takes you into the forest a few years after the disappearance of the kids from the original movie. You play former police officer Ellis and, with him, is his former police dog Bullet. Together, you two will venture into the woods to...

Philips Momentum Wired Mechanical Gaming...

In 1891 when Gerald Philips and his Father, Fredrick, established Philips and Co. in the Netherlands to “manufacture incandescent lamps and other electrical products” they dreamed of lighting up the world. That was a long time ago and many...

Wreckfest Console Edition Review

It’s always kind of a bummer when you don’t see total destruction damage when getting into massive collisions in racing games. When damage is minimal from a crash that should’ve maimed both drivers, it takes some of the realism out of a generic...

Wolfenstein: Youngblood Review

Set in the 1980’s, Wolfenstein: Youngblood takes place after “B.J.” Blazkowicz, the franchise’s hero since Wolfenstein 3D, goes MIA. His twin daughters, Jessica and Sophia, go into Nazi-occupied France trying to find him...

Creative Labs Sound Blaster AE-7 Review

The last discrete Sound Blaster sound card to be released from Creative Labs was the Sound Blaster AE-5 about two years ago. We applauded its Xamp technology and on-board lighting system while lamenting the lack of Dolby Digital decoding. Now...