Posts From Joey Ferris

Joey Ferris
Joey Ferris 203 posts

l love to play games and write stuff about them. I can't play something and not tell anyone how I feel about it. Call it a sickness, because it is.

Check out our new gaming podcast Game & Talk!

What’s going on, Reactorites? We got ourselves a new gaming podcast by the name of Game & Talk, hosted by me and my co-host Alan Plummer. Our goal is to bring

Platinum Games’ Scalebound officially canceled

A series of rumors this morning from Kotaku stated that the Microsoft Exclusive Scalebound, by Platinum Games, has been cancelled. Now, a statement from Microsoft to IGN has confirmed said rumors:

Nintendo Switch Treehouse stream occurring morning after presentation

In one week, Nintendo will hold a presentation in Tokyo, Japan at the Big Sight Convention center to discuss their upcoming new console, the Switch. They will announce launch titles,

Best of 2016 Awards: Video Games

2016 has ended. It was a rough year to say the least, unless you were a gamer! From beginning to end, the year was full of fantastic video games that

Four cancelled Wii prototypes revealed: Batman, Devil May Cry, Star Wars, and Dig Dug

The difference between third-party games on Wii and PS3/360 was always night and day. Due to the Wii’s limited power, it didn’t receive a fair amount of ports from third-party

Shantae: Half-Genie Hero PS4 review

The Shantae series had a rough start back in 2002. Releasing on the GameBoy Color right after the GameBoy Advance’s release wasn’t too fortunate of a plan and it was forgotten until

Is the Super NES Classic coming?

It’s no secret that the NES Classic is taking the world by storm. Coming in at only $59.99 in the US, it is a miniature version of the Nintendo Entertainment

‘Yooka-Laylee’ releases on April 11, 2017; Wii U version cancelled

Today’s announcement from Playtonic Games, the developers of Banjo-Kazooie spiritual successor Yooka-Laylee, comes with a mix of emotions. The good news is that the game will launch on April 11, 2017 for

Talent Not Included review – A platformer for the (m)ages

There was a time not too long ago when we thought 2-D platformers were a dying breed. Thankfully, the indie scene would soon disagree. Talent Not Included by Frima Studios is one

Ocarina of Time Soundtrack to be released on vinyl

With The Legend of Zelda turning 30 this year, it’s only likely that fans will want to eat up as much nostalgia goodness as they can. And what better way to

Darksiders: Warmastered Edition PS4 review – This means War

This console generation has no shortage of remasters. Hell, it feels like one has either been released or announced every other week. Some are released without even a word about

Crash Bandicoot returns in the ‘N. Sane Trilogy’ on PS4

Back at this year’s E3, Sony made ’90s kids (like me) everywhere cry pure tears of nostalgic joy when they announced that the first three Crash Bandicoot games would be

Hitman Episode 6: Hokkaido/Season 1 PS4 review

And so it all comes down to this. One final episode to close out the first season of Hitman. After the highly impressive Colorado mission from the last episode, I looked

LEGO City: Undercover coming to all platforms and Switch in Spring 2017

LEGO video games have always been fun for all ages, but if there’s any game to get excited about, it’s this one. WB Games Tweeted this morning that their current

Dear Esther: Landmark Edition PS4 review

“Walking Simulator” is one of the most recent terms adopted by gamers used to describe games where the main goal is to tell a story more than provide a challenge.

AM2R, Pokemon Uranium removed as ‘Best Fan Creation’ nominees for The Game Awards

While there isn’t a definitive show for video game awards, many tune into The Game Awards to witness exclusive reveals and to see if their favorite games win their respective

Better Call Saul Season 2 (Blu-ray review)

For those not blessed with cable (like me), it’s likely that you’ve missed Season 2 of Better Call Saul since it aired in February. Luckily, all 10 episodes will be released

Mafia III’s free add-ons include new outfits and weapons

Just over a month after its launch, Mafia III has received its first round of DLC. I don’t know about you guys, but I was getting sick of running around New

Infinite Warfare’s sales could be good for the franchise

In case you haven’t heard, UK sales of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare in the UK are 48.8% lower than last year’s Black Ops 3. While this doesn’t count digital sales or physical ones

If you care for innovation, then buy Titanfall 2

This Fall season of gaming has not and will not see a shortage in the shooter department. Games like Gears of War 4 and Battlefield 1 have already been met with financial and critical