Reviews by Louis Hughes

Wizard of Legend Review (PC)

Wizard of Legend

Review Context

I like the hack and slash genre dating back to Gauntlet at the arcades. I always found it fun to take down enemies as a different type of hero, while exploring dungeons and finding treasure and items. My current favorite game of the genre is Bayonetta 2, but there are games similar to this game I like as well, such as Muramasa: The Demon Blade. I was looking forward to jumping back into a game that gives me flashbacks of my first experience.

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WWE 2K18 Review (PS4)

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Being a fan of professional wrestling and video games go hand in hand. My favorite wrestling game will always be WWF: No Mercy for Nintendo 64. Unfortunately, if you love the sport, the WWE 2K series is your only current option, except for Fire Pro Wrestling World, which is currently on Steam and waiting for a Playstation 4 release.

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Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle Review (Switch)

Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle

Review Context

While I have played my fair share of RPGs, I haven’t played many tactical RPGs until Valkyria Chronicles. The Fire Emblem series, among others, got me into the genre. After playing these games, I had a hard time going back to RPGs that used old battle systems. When someone tells me the gameplay is similar to Valkyria Chronicles, I’m eager to play that game. I have not played the X-COM series this game is inspired from.

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Sonic Mania Review (Switch)

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Though I grew up with Nintendo, I became friends with people who had a Genesis over a SNES. I have played most of the Sonic games upon their release, and while most feel the series dropped in quality after Sonic & Knuckles, I still play the new Sonic games to see if they can get their groove back. I still consider Sonic the Hedgehog 2 to be my favorite of the series, but the ones on the Game Boy Advance and Nintendo DS came the closest to bringing that classic gameplay back.

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WWE 2K17 Review (Xbox One)

Another year, another WWE 2K series fans are hoping new features would be added, or in a fantasy world, have the series go back to its prime with arcade gameplay. Since this is the only wrestling game around, (sadly) you don’t have much of an option. While modes are added to show they’ve heard the feedback, modes have been removed as well. Is this the year 2K Games gets it right, or will you skip this quicker than a Goldberg match?

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