Spider-man video game
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Spider-man – Game Review

During the last few years the media has been focused on bringing comic books to the big screen. This has extended to new comics and video games being created based on the heroes and villains we grew up reading about. Due to the new release of Spider-man, PlayStation created a new video game based around the famous web swinger.

ARTICLES, Emberly Lily Summers, Fantasy, Reviews, Sony, Video Games

Uncharted Series Review

Uncharted is a series created by Naughty Dog, the first game in the series was released in 2007, created by the same game developers behind the infamous Crash Bandicoot Series, Jak and Daxter, and The Last of Us. Each game was ahead of its time, proving that they didn’t fear taking risks to offer a challenging platformer series that their fans would enjoy with rich characters, diverse realms, and an engaging storyline.

ARTICLES, Fantasy, Luna Nyx Frost, Reviews, Sony, Video Games

Broken Age – Review

When I was growing up, I was introduced to point and click computer games. Many schools used these games for educational and entertainment purposes. For many these games were an introduction to gaming creating a love for other gaming consoles. Broken Age is a point and click game on the Playstation and Windows making many recall the style of games my generation grew up on.

ARTICLES, Emberly Lily Summers, Fantasy, Monsters, Sony, Video Games

Crash Bandicoot Game and Review

Crash Bandicoot is one of Sony’s most popular franchises. Many wondered if they saw the success of Sega’s usage of a loveable mascot by having Sonic the Hedgehog and wanted to profit the same commercial success. They drew inspiration from Australia–New Guinea with bandicoots.

ARTICLES, Fantasy, Monsters, Sony

Hotel Transylvania Review

Most parents fear the day their child wants to leave home and explore the world outside of the world they grew up in; even those that come from the monster realm. Sony Picture’s Hotel Transylvania takes this concept adding a vampire twist to the tale. The movie shows how monsters are more human then mortals give them credit for.