Reviews by Jeremy Kratka

Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End Review (PS4)

Nathan Drake has been through a lot; finding lost cities, cursed idols, fighting against mercenaries and war criminals, finding love, treasure, and getting into sticky situations. We’ve seen him grow as a character, climb up some of the most terrifying heights, and solve puzzles that haven’t been touched in hundreds or even thousands of years. So what is a better way to wrap up the story of this modern day treasure hunter? Well of course, do it all again with some added things to boot.

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Odin Sphere: Leifthrasir Review (PS4)

Odin Sphere: Leifthrasir is the HD remake of the Playstation 2 game that was released in 2007. The game follows five characters: Valkyrie, Cornelius, Mercedes, Oswald, and Velvet, as their stories intertwine as the end of the world draws near. This is a remake in the true sense of the word, as the game feels completely different compared to the PS2 version, while still keeping a lot of what made the original game very fun to play. If you want to experience the original game, they included an option to play the original game without any of the changes.

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Dark Souls III Review (PS4)

If you were asked what the hardest game you have ever played was, then your answer may be Demon’s Souls, Dark Souls, Dark Souls II, or Bloodborne. Dark Souls III is the newest entry in the Souls series from From Software. Like the entries before it, Dark Souls III doesn’t pull any punches. It can be tough and unforgiving, but that’s what makes the games so fun and addicting. These games are about learning from your mistakes and improving upon them.

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Gryphon Knight Epic Review (PS4)

Back in August of 2015, Cyber Rhino Studios released Gryphon Knight Epic on the PC; a really enjoyable 2D shoot ‘em up game that has you traveling through forests, oceans, deserts, jungles, and mountains to rescue your fellow heroes that once helped you, Oliver, save the world from the tyranny of a dragon. Weapons that were hidden in the dragon’s lair now possess these heroes and Oliver has the ability to save them. Having played both the PC version and the newly released console version, it’s easy to see that Gryphon Knight Epic translated over to the consoles very well.

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The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD Review (Wii U)

The Legend of Zelda franchise is a very cherished franchise by gamers, young and old. A legacy spanning thirty years that captured the hearts, minds, and inspired a lot of creativity. Of course, over the years we’ve had very strong entries and some weaker titles. The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess was originally released on the Nintendo GameCube and was also launched on the Wii with motion controls. Like The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker, Nintendo has given Twilight Princess the HD treatment with improvements the original game needed.

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Layers of Fear Review (Xbox One)

The best kind of horror is the type that will worm it’s way into your head. It will make a little nest and start messing with you, making you fear what isn’t there, play tricks with your eyes, and tap into your fears. When it comes to horror games, not many, though a good handful, have accomplished this feat. Layers of Fear is one of these games that will go out of its way to mess with you and make you truly scared without the crippling use of the dreaded jump scare.

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