With real-life baseball off the table for the foreseeable future, there’s no better way to scratch that MLB itch than by playing MLB The Show ’20. Mat Langford has his review!
Zombie Army 4 is a great package that is worth your time and money if you’re at all into this sort of thing.
It came from space and ate our brains packs a lot into a small, affordable package.
There’s so much to love about taking one of Sony Japan’s best portable titles to a big screen, and there are hours of fun to be had in this package.
Every single part of the DayZ experience is unfortunately marred by execution that makes it come off like a last-generation launch title, or worse.
Bloober Team’s Blair Witch easily exceeds expectations and provides one of the downright spookiest experiences Sachin Hingoo’s had with a game in a while.
‘Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden’ is a winner with cool sneak mechanics, smooth transitions to turn-based battle, and addictive gameplay.
If you’re looking for a hilarious way to spend a few hours, Trover Saves the Universe is a great way to do it.
2019’s ‘RTTS’ is the best iteration of the mode yet, combining the gameplay that ‘MLB The Show’ is known for with strategic RPG elements make for an engaging, immersive experience that hasn’t been available in any baseball game thus far.
If you’re looking for a stocking stuffer for that hard to buy for gamer on your list, Mat Langford recommends FanFit gaming!
Stepping on to the floor of the Enthusiast Gaming Live Expo (EGLX) in Toronto, it was easy to see its allure. Now in its 3rd year, EGLX started out – as its website states – as a small get-together [that] has grown into Canada’s largest video game event.
Mat Langford has been going back and forth for a couple of days thinking about just how to summarize his initial experience with Call of Duty: Black Ops 4.