Etrian Mystery Dungeon review


Atlus’s Etrian Odyssey series and Spike Chunsoft’s Fushigi no Dungeon (Mystery Dungeon) series are the best of both worlds when it comes to Dungeon Crawlers. We get Etrian Mystery Dungeon for the Nintendo 3DS, which shows that taking the best of two worlds can create something new, unique and definitely fun. … Continue reading

Game of Thrones beer: Three-Eyed Raven is dark, but the ‘darkness will make you strong’


“The strongest trees are rooted in the dark places of the earth. Darkness will be your cloak, your shield, your mother’s milk. Darkness will make you strong” – Three-Eyed Raven As a big fan of Game of Thrones and breweries, I was excited about the two mixing together. Brewery Ommegang … Continue reading

Bloodborne PS4 review – Less souls, more blood, same rage quits


Emerging gloriously from a six-day hiatus fueled entirely by knockoff Dew, stale Cheetos, and what was once considered in human terms a “Hot Pocket”, a mixed celebration of prideful shame gave this writer the emotional roller coaster one could only receive from the sadistic genius mind of Hidetaka Miyazaki and his … Continue reading

Life Is Strange Episode 2 ‘Out of Time’ review: Everyone has limits

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Six weeks has already passed since DONTNOD and Square Enix launched the first episode of their new IP, Life is Strange. It received solid reviews around the web including a 4.5 out of 5 atoms from myself here at Nerd Reactor. Episode 2, titled “Out of Time”, has finally been released and … Continue reading

Telltale’s Game of Thrones: Episode 3 ‘The Sword of Darkness’ review

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When we last left off, the House Forrester was still under the oppression of the Whitehills. Mira was trying to get help from Tyrion, but somehow word got out and an attempt on her life was made. Gared Tuttle was finding his place at The Wall under the guidance of … Continue reading

The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies Blu-ray review

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The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies is the third film in the Hobbit Trilogy. Many were disappointed with the first two films due to it feeling “thin, sort of stretched, like butter scraped over too much bread.” Does the third movie suffer the same fluff as the previous two? … Continue reading

Resident Evil Revelations 2 Review: Complete Nightmares


And so it continues another franchise has decided to follow the current trend of episodic storytelling. Capcom decided that its AAA franchise Resident Evil would be the one to make the plunge into this popular trend of game design, and I personally think that this is one of the wisest … Continue reading

Seagate Seven 500gb hard drive review


Portable drives have made it so much easier to carry and transfer large data files with you everywhere you go, being that most are about the size of your wallet. With Seagate’s newest and thinnest hard drive ever, it’s nearly the thickness of an elite credit card. Being only 7mm, … Continue reading

Tales from the Borderlands episode 2: ‘Atlas Mugged’ review


Tales from the Borderlands episode 2, “Atlas Mugged”, picks up right where it left off in episode one. You take control over Rhys, the Hyperion employee, and Fiona, the con artist, as they try to wrap their heads around the latest situation they’ve got themselves into, The Gortys Project. It will take them … Continue reading

Review: Furious 7


The Fast & Furious franchise is one of the rarest anomalies in Hollywood: A franchise that gets better with each installment. It’s crazy to think that this all started 14 years ago as a movie about an undercover cop infiltrating the world of illegal Los Angeles street racing. Yet with … Continue reading

Awakened Fate Ultimatum (review)


Awakened Fate Ultimatum, NIS’s newest rogue-like dungeon crawling RPG, is set several years after the previously released title, The Guided Fate Paradox. It follows certain boy who became a god of a certain Celestia. If you played the previous title, you finally have a chance to see how the events of that … Continue reading

Final Fantasy Type-0 HD review – The Final Fantasy game you’ve been waiting for


It’s been a long time waiting for Final Fantasy Type-0 HD in North America. It was originally announced as Final Fantasy Agito XIII but then went through a small identity crisis as Square Enix changed its focus to the Final Fantasy XIII series (FF XIII, XIII-2 and Lightning Returns). While the game does have … Continue reading

Valiant Hearts – A belated review


One of the many ways in which we romanticize war is through the medium of video games. For better or for worse over the past ten years (and even further), humanity’s greatest conflicts have been told  through your PC, PlayStation or Xbox. Before the franchise turned into its mother-insulting, child-swearing … Continue reading