Author Archive | Jesse Werk

COD Zombies – Shadows of Evil Review

With every new year comes a new Call of Duty. It has joined Death and Taxes on the list of inevitabilities. Thankfully, Black Ops 3 once again gives us the pleasure of blasting the heads off of shambling corpses. I’ll be honest, it’s the main reason I bought the game. Ever since they were introduced back in World at War, […]

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Norman Reedus Still Wants Silent Hills

There were very few smiles the day Silent Hills was stricken from Konami’s roster. In fact I feel bad for even bringing it up. But not for good reason! There’s a silver lining to this tale of woe. It might not be a “HOLY SHIT GUYS THEY ARE MAKING IT!” silver lining, but it’s good […]

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A DOOM-ed Reboot

It’s not actually doomed. I just really, really wanted to make that pun. In fact, it’s quite the opposite of doomed. After years of silence and turmoil about the game, it has finally started to poke it’s head out of the ground. All thanks to Bethesda Softworks for jumping in to publish it. A trailer was […]

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Alien: Isolation – A Review

They say in space, no one can hear you scream. Which is most definitely true. However, the same cannot be said for here on Earth. Thanks to this game, I’m pretty sure my neighbours suspect I either scream like a girl, or have one tied up in my murder room. I’ve played quite a few […]

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Perception – A Look Into Blind Horror

The Deep End Games is trying something new in the genre of horror gaming. Much like other games, Perception puts a near defenceless character in a scenario filled with the unexplainable and the unsettling. However this time, your protagonist is blind. Yeah, you heard me, not deaf, blind. The story follows Cassie, a young woman who must use […]

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Romero’s Aftermath Staying Strong

It’s been roughly a month since Romero’s Aftermath released their Open Beta on Steam and it has been going fairly steady. The Free-to-Play game now has over 1 million players, and while Free Reign Entertainment has gotten some flak in the past, it seems they have changed their ways and learned from their past mistakes. […]

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They’re Coming – The Hum: Abductions

Why the hell haven’t we had a game about alien abductions? We got Alien: Isolation last year, but that was about being trapped on a space station with a deadly Xenomorph, and then years before there was Destroy All Humans, but that was just design for fun and not frights. Well, we may just be […]

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Jason’s Back in Friday the 13th The Game

And no. It’s not a remaster of the original 1989 side scroller for the NES. It’s an all new multiplayer survival horror where it pits 7 players against 1. That’s right, you have an opportunity to play as the machete wielding Jason against 7 other players who are just trying to have a good time. […]

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Guns and Puzzles, Scouts vs. Zombies

If you’re looking forward to the latest Zombedy to hit theatres later this month, you should check out a neat little mobile game put out by Paramount Digital Entertainment – Scouts vs. Zombies. Usually movie games get a bad rep – mostly for good reasons. However, this one varies by not relying on the storyline of […]

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