E3 2019 Highlights

It’s that time again for every gamer around the world: E3 2019 has arrived! With every studio and developer finally finished revealing all they have to offer us hungry consumers (for now), I thought it would be fun to recap some memorable moments from this year’s E3. Disclaimer: this is not a comprehensive list of everything that was announced. I […]

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[Replayability Review] Spier-Man PS4 – Something Old, Something New, Something… Sticky?

Initial Impression Hello, and welcome back to Galaxy of Geek for another Cade’s Arcade review, I’m Cade! Today, we’re gonna be talking about the Web-Slinger himself, Spider-Man! Spider-Man for the Playstation 4 has finally released! Last September… Yeah I’m a little late to this review, but better late than never? Released on September 7th, 2018, Insomniac’s Spider-Man was a highly […]

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[Replayability Review] Batman: Arkham Asylum – Should We Return to Arkham?

Hello, and welcome back to Galaxy of Geek for another review from Cade’s Arcade, I’m Cade! Today I’m gonna be taking a look at the hugely popular title Batman: Arkham Asylum for the PlayStation 4. This of course is the remastered port of the critically acclaimed original released for the 7th generation of consoles on August 25th, 2009 by Rocksteady […]

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Backlog Quest II – Sidequest: Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers

Dear Journal, Today I journeyed to the land of Middle Earth. Although, it was not easy to get there. I had originally planned to play this on the Playstation 2, but after going through the fourth controller that did not work for some reason or another, I went ahead and found a copy for the Gamecube. I have had this […]

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Dr. Geek: The Next Generation of Video Game Consoles

What was the first video game console system you played on?  Was it a PlayStation 2?  A Sega Dreamcast?  A Super Nintendo Entertainment System?  An Atari 2600?  A Magnavox Odyssey? In 1972, Magnavox released the Odyssey as the first computer system built to connect to a television set in order to allow people to play digital games in the comfort […]

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Review: DC Universe Online

Admit it, everyone at some point in their life wanted to have super powers.  What would you choose?  Would you fly?  Command the elements?  Use super-human strength?  Well you need not wonder anymore, as DC Comics along with Sony and WB Games allows you to immerse yourself in the DC Universe (DCUO).  The game starts off with a rather intense […]

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