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Jassi is either on camera, or on his laptop reviewing video games. He is the face of GamersPack's YouTube channel, and the voice of a generation. Which generation that is still remains unclear.

For Honor review: The mark of a true warrior

For Honor Review cover
To be completely honest, I find it hard to describe exactly what For Honor is. When the game was first introduced at E3 2015, I wasn’t sure what to think of it. Is it a fighting game? A team-based action game? An online action arena, maybe? It was hard to tell. Even now, after I played through the entire...

The Last Guardian review: Hopefully not the last one

The Last Guardian review
Back in 2007, the developers of Team ICO set out to create their next adventure of the then new PlayStation 3, under the name of The Last Guardian. After numerous delays and the disbandment of the team, it was widely believed that The Last Guardian was canceled or at least in some sort of development hell. However, a new...

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare review: Pushing boundaries

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare review
The annual release of the new Call of Duty title has become a sort of a weird tradition. It’s always interesting hearing what fans have to say, and seeing all the small innovations the developers introduce. However, it’s been awhile since a game pushed the series forward in the same way the Modern Warfare subseries did, and the initial...

Batman The Telltale Series: Children of Arkham review: The truth hurts

The first episode of Batman: The Telltale Series left us daunted by the mystery surrounding the Wayne family and Telltale's execution of the story and presentation of the Dark Knight. Now, Episode 2: Children of Arkham is finally out and as we dive further into the history of Gotham, Bruce Wayne is caught between catching the criminals of Gotham and dealing with a conspiracy...

Strike Vector EX review: Explosive aerial combat

In 2014 we were introduced to Strike Vector for the PC. It revolutionized the genre of aerial combat and introduced a lot of brand new ideas. Now, it is two years later and we officially have Ragequit Corporation's hit PC title on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox one under the new title of Strike Vector EX. Arial dog fighting hasn’t been present...

No Man’s Sky review: Shooting for the stars

No Man's Sky review
Almost every open-world game tries to create an immense environment for players can get lost in. With every new title that comes out we get larger and larger maps, from entire cities to whole continents. However, No Man’s Sky has just raised the bar immeasurably, with an infinitely expanding galaxy where you have countless planets, star systems and all the space in between...

Batman The Telltale Series: Realm of Shadows review: Bruce Wayne rises

Telltale Games has a reputation for creating story-driven games such as The Walking Dead and The Wolf Among Us. Now, the company has expanded their talents into Gotham City with their first episode release of Batman: Realm of Shadows. We were curious to see how Telltale would take on the world of the Dark Knight given that Rocksteady has turned...

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild blew me away at E3

Grand, awe-inspiring, and absolutely beautiful. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild was a dazzling tidbit during Nintendo's live Tree House broadcast. However, it didn't prepare me for for the real thing, and when I finally put my hands on the actual game at Nintendo's E3 booth, my jaw dropped to the floor. It's probably still there. You've seen the...

Battleborn review: Born a little prematurely

When Battleborn was first introduced, I didn't know what to make of it. Ads, articles and even developer interviews mentioned an RPG shooter that combines elements of Borderlands with MOBAs such as League of Legends and Heroes of the Storm. It wasn’t until I playing both the beta and the finished game, however, that I finally understood what the...

Telltale Games will publish 7 Days to Die on consoles

Telltale Games has struck a publishing deal with The Fun Pimps, developer of 7 Days to Die. Telltale will publish the zombie survival sim when it is released on consoles this June. The announcement came with a new live-action trailer for the game, with is also the first video on the new Telltale Publishing YouTube channel. 7 Days to Die is "a unique combination...

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