Author: William Lowery

William is a freelance writer who loves video games and writing about video games. He has a black belt in karate, and looks like an off-brand Ryan Reynolds. When he's not writing, he enjoys reading, traveling, and discussing the finer points of giant monster movies.

Ranking Resident Evil 4’s Ports

With so many choices, these are the best ports of Resident Evil 4, as well as the ones you should steer clear of. Balancing horror with action and featuring rock-solid gameplay, the original Resident Evil 4 signaled a new direction for the ...

Ghostbusters: Spirits Unleashed Review (PS5) – Spook Central

Ghostbusters: Spirits Unleashed is the latest entry in the licensed asymmetrical games genre. This time, its four ghostbusters versus one ghost. Ghostbusters: Spirits Unleashed is made with a love and affection for the source material, but ...

6.5 Fair
GunTech 2 Review

GunTech 2 Review – Bullet Hell (Switch)

In space, no one can see you shoot your way through hordes of enemies while narrowly dodging their projectiles. GunTech 2 is the decades later sequel to Utopos, one that brings the top-down, space shooting action to modern consoles. The gam...

6 Fair
Intrepid Izzy Review

Intrepid Izzy Review – Adventurously Average (Switch)

Intrepid Izzy has the hallmarks of a Metroidvania game. Large levels? Check. Acquiring different abilities? Check. Original premise? No. While Intrepid Izzy features some fun platforming and exploration, it's also very derivative. Metroidva...

5 Average
Atari 50 The Anniversary Celebration Review

Atari 50: The Anniversary Celebration Review: Nostalgia Overload (Switch)

Atari 50 provides players the chance to play several generations of Atari on one disc. In addition to its whopping 103 games, an entire interactive museum chronicles Atari's history from their rise in the 70's, their fall in the 80's, and t...

7.5 Good
Atari Mania Review

Atari Mania Review: Bite-Sized Nostalgia (Switch)

Atari Mania celebrates 50 years of Atari by reimagining several of its classics as microgames. What should be a delightful trip down memory lane is let down by technical issues and repetitive gameplay. It offers moments of fun, but you have...

5 Average

Halloween Ends Review – The Killer Inside Me

After 2018's Halloween rebooted the series and Halloween Kills upped the ante with a deadlier Michael Myers, Halloween Ends brings the new trilogy to a close. This may be the final showdown between Michael Myers and Laurie Strode, but this ...

6.5 Fair
Revisiting Stubbs the Zombie

Revisiting Stubbs the Zombie

With the spooky season in full swing, it's the perfect time for people to indulge in all things horror. Instead of revisiting horror favorites like Resident Evil, consider playing 2005's Stubbs the Zombie. Equal parts bloody, funny, and tou...

THQ Nordic Showcase Recap

THQ Nordic Showcase Recap

Friday's THQ Nordic showcase had a little bit of everything. From strategy games to open-world mayhem to colorful platformers, the show highlights the publisher's effort to make the AA games market as diverse as possible. Here's a recap of ...

Prey Review

Prey Review: The Most Dangerous Game

The Predator franchise has had its highs and lows. The 1987 original is a classic, while 2018's the Predator is about as fun as getting stabbed in the groin by the Predator's wrist blades. 2022's Prey takes the series back to basics and bac...

8 Great
Nope Review: Watch the Skies

Nope Review: Watch the Skies

Jordan Peele transitioned from comedy to horror with his successful feature Get Out. He gave us manipulative suburbanites in that movie, then followed it up with dastardly doppelgangers in 2019's Us. For his third film Nope, Peele makes us ...

8 Great
RoboCop Rogue City Receives a New Trailer

RoboCop: Rogue City Receives a New Trailer

RoboCop: Rogue City revealed today a new gameplay trailer, for all of us that were wishing to see more of the game since it was announced a year ago. The trailer focuses on some of the combat mechanics players may expect to see. One year af...

Jurassic World Dominion Review

Jurassic World: Dominion Review: Dino-Bore

Director Colin Trevorrow returns to the Jurassic World franchise and brings with him the cast of the original Jurassic Park. Unfortunately, the final product falls prey to something much worse than a T-rex: sloppy storytelling. This revie...

4 Poor
Resident Evil 4 Remake Announced

Resident Evil 4 Remake Announced

Grab your attaché case and stock up on healing herbs, Capcom revealed the Resident Evil 4 remake. Long rumored to be in development, the game was unveiled at Sony's State of Play and like previous RE remakes, Resident Evil 4 reimagines the...

Revisiting the Evil Dead Games

Revisiting the Evil Dead Games

The Evil Dead trilogy made Sam Raimi a household name and Bruce Campbell the king of the chins. Like any popular franchise, there have been video games. With Evil Dead: The Game out, let's revisit the previous Evil Dead games to see which...

Destroy All Humans Cover

Ranking the Destroy All Humans Games

The Destroy All Humans series is synonymous with flying saucers, mass destruction, and cattle mutilations. It's out of this world premise turned the original into a hit, leading to sequels and later remakes. Let's rank the Destroy All Hum...