Author: Levi Schooling

Gamer. Game Reviewer. Philosopher. Wordsmith.

The reveal of Mortal Kombat 11 saw one of the creators of Mortal Kombat, Ed Boon, Ronda Roussey (The now voice of Sonya Blade and UFC Champion.) and the talented developers at NetherRealm Studios come together to showcase their new game. The game was released with an updated aesthetic, new story timeline, refined combat mechanics and some of what we Kombatants love about the series: Over-the-top, gratuitous violence and visceral dismemberment of your foes with a darkly humorous touch. The reveal was a well marketed campaign and generated massive amounts of hype for the new installment. It was however, not…

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I recently played Kingdom Come: Deliverance. Let me get this out, right off the bat. I’m not a huge fan of Indy games. I prefer the sort of polish that that comes from huge AAA titles that have done their research, put massive team together and have generated a game with very little issue other than that of the hundreds of thousands of collective work hours to produce a title that engulfs you’re entire existence and makes you feel part of that world. ESPECIALLY in a role-playing game. Let me say emphatically. This game is not polished. To the point where it sometimes caused…

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From the start I could feel that Project CARS 2 was going to be difficult. I knew that what they were trying to do is translate a comprehensive and scientifically accurate (or close thereto) representation of real world racing. You could feel that in the remote and the way the car handled, it wasn’t just a difficulty level that made it hard to drive. Here’s my take on Project CARS 2 So I started paying attention to action and reaction and to my surprise I started understanding the car more, the track, the conditions, the weather, and how it all…

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