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Gamers’ Galaxy Episode 40 – E3 2017 Review

Posted by Mark Bridge On June - 20 - 2017 0 Comment

Welcome to episode 40 of Gamers’ Galaxy where Mark Bridge and Zak Wojnar geek out over all things gaming. On this episode we review E3 2017.  We discuss the highs and the “oh so” lows. Gamers’ Galaxy is now available at the iTunes Music Store where you can subscribe as well as download individual episodes. Please  [ Read More ]

Review: Republique (PS4)

Posted by Zak Wojnar On March - 24 - 2016 0 Comment

390-H, or Hope, as she prefers to be called, lives in a totalitarian state, sheltered from the rest of the world. The leader of the colony is worshiped as a God, and he censors the local network, banning and censoring books which he deems unsuitable for his utopia. On the eve of the mysterious “arrival,”  [ Read More ]

Review – Mortal Kombat X

Posted by Zak Wojnar On April - 27 - 2015 0 Comment

Who’s Next? The next ‘generation’ of Mortal Kombat, in multiple definitions of the word, is upon us. Packed with buckets of blood, severed limbs, and a continuation of the best soap opera in the genre, Mortal Kombat X simply kicks ass. All the ass. MK has always been a more accessible fighter than, say, most  [ Read More ]

Assassin’s Creed Retrospective Part I: AC1

Posted by Zak Wojnar On August - 29 - 2014 1 Comment

  Spoilers, so… Ya know. Also, this is not a review. It’s a recap/retrospective, so chill out. Assassin’s Creed was the surprise hit of 2007, one of those games that came from nowhere to raise the attention of audiences and show off what was possible on the new-gen consoles. Well, it didn’t quite come out  [ Read More ]

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Review: Bioshock Infinite

Posted by Zak Wojnar On April - 15 - 2013 0 Comment

Is it a sequel? Is it a spiritual successor? Is it both? Is it neither?  Bioshock Infinite, whatever you wish to designate it, combines excellent gameplay with a gripping narrative in a way so very few games are ever able to, even more than the original Bioshock, which it shares its narrative themes with, which,  [ Read More ]

Remember Me Announcement Trailer and Gameplay

Posted by Mark Bridge On August - 14 - 2012 0 Comment

Capcom showed a trailer for their new game Remember Me at their Gamescom press conference.  The new game is from Paris-based studio Dontnod Entertainment. Set in 2084 in a futuristic Paris, the game is a science-fiction thriller wherein people can remix and erase memories with specialized weapons and even giving one person another’s memories.  Nilin,  [ Read More ]