Reviews written by Steven McGehee

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Reviewed by Steven McGehee     September 18, 2016
Overall rating 
 
8.8
Gameplay 
 
9.0
Presentation 
 
8.0
Value  
 
10.0
Fun Factor 
 
8.0
Tilt 
 
9.0

Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past

An old classic revitalized and modernized in the right ways, preserving its core and best features while streamlining other elements to make it not only more enjoyable, but also more penetrable for the average player. Highly recommended.

Xbox One
Reviewed by Steven McGehee     September 18, 2016
Overall rating 
 
8.8
Gameplay 
 
8.0
Presentation 
 
8.0
Value  
 
10.0
Fun Factor 
 
9.0
Tilt 
 
9.0

ReCore

If I were to sum up ReCore in one word it would be 'fun' -- it's absolutely worth playing, especially at the low MSRP of $40.

Nintendo Wii U
Reviewed by Steven McGehee     September 12, 2016
Overall rating 
 
9.4
Gameplay 
 
9.0
Presentation 
 
9.0
Value  
 
10.0
Fun Factor 
 
9.0
Tilt 
 
10.0

Jotun: Valhalla Edition

A beautiful game in several ways, Jotun is a treat that Wii U owners should not pass up.

Nintendo Wii U
Reviewed by Steven McGehee     September 11, 2016
Overall rating 
 
8.8
Gameplay 
 
9.0
Presentation 
 
9.0
Value  
 
9.0
Fun Factor 
 
8.0
Tilt 
 
9.0

Axiom Verge

Finally arriving on the Wii U, Axiom Verge still packs a mighty punch long after its initial release.

Reviewed by Steven McGehee     September 11, 2016
Overall rating 
 
7.3
The Film/Show 
 
7.0
Presentation 
 
8.0
Extra Features 
 
7.0
Tilt 
 
7.0

Now You See Me 2

On the whole, it's not as good as the first movie, but it's a worthwhile sequel that was a fun watch. This home release is competent, but I would not consider it a must-have.

Hue
PlayStation 4
Reviewed by Steven McGehee     August 29, 2016
Overall rating 
 
8.0
Gameplay 
 
8.0
Presentation 
 
8.0
Value  
 
8.0
Fun Factor 
 
8.0
Tilt 
 
8.0

Hue

In sum, Hue presents an accessible, familiar, yet unique-enough experience that is absolutely worth checking out if you're a fan of this genre. I would even suggest that if you got burned out by similar games that got too hard too fast to give Hue a chance.

Reviewed by Steven McGehee     August 27, 2016
Overall rating 
 
7.6
Gameplay 
 
7.0
Presentation 
 
7.0
Value  
 
8.0
Fun Factor 
 
7.0
Tilt 
 
9.0

Metroid Prime: Federation Force

It may not be the Metroid Prime sequel you were looking for, but if you keep an open mind and give it a shot, you're likely to be pleasantly surprised overall, especially if you have some friends to play co-op with.

PlayStation 4
Reviewed by Steven McGehee     August 27, 2016
Overall rating 
 
8.2
Gameplay 
 
9.0
Presentation 
 
8.0
Value  
 
8.0
Fun Factor 
 
7.0
Tilt 
 
9.0

F1 2016

Annual franchises can be tough to get excited about and to differentiate, but Codemasters has made some great decisions with F1 2016 to make it a clearly superior version to last year's, and quite possibly the best version in the franchise to date.

PlayStation 4
Reviewed by Steven McGehee     August 25, 2016
Overall rating 
 
8.0
Gameplay 
 
9.0
Presentation 
 
7.0
Value  
 
8.0
Fun Factor 
 
8.0
Tilt 
 
8.0

The King of Fighters XIV

A strong release for 2D fighting fans and an overall successful return for one of the genre's most legendary franchises.

Reviewed by Steven McGehee     August 21, 2016
Overall rating 
 
7.2
Gameplay 
 
8.0
Presentation 
 
8.0
Value  
 
6.0
Fun Factor 
 
7.0
Tilt 
 
7.0

DOOM: Unto the Evil (DLC #1)

Unto the Evil is a bit expensive, but offers some pretty good additional content for the multiplayer component of DOOM. If you're a fan of that, Unto the Evil is required to keep pace with the community, but otherwise it may be best to save your efforts for the next DLC which should cater to the more popular campaign mode.

Reviewed by Steven McGehee     August 21, 2016
Overall rating 
 
7.5
The Film/Show 
 
8.0
Presentation 
 
9.0
Extra Features 
 
6.0
Tilt 
 
7.0

IMAX: Humpback Whales

Shout! puts together a good all-around release that should appeal to 4K, IMAX, and whale fans.

PlayStation 4
Reviewed by Steven McGehee     August 21, 2016
Overall rating 
 
9.4
Gameplay 
 
9.0
Presentation 
 
9.0
Value  
 
10.0
Fun Factor 
 
9.0
Tilt 
 
10.0

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided

A stellar sequel and an outstanding game in its own right, Deus Ex: Mankind Divided is a AAA experience worth your attention.

Reviewed by Steven McGehee     August 05, 2016
Overall rating 
 
5.8
Gameplay 
 
8.0
Presentation 
 
5.0
Value  
 
5.0
Fun Factor 
 
6.0
Tilt 
 
5.0

Marvel Ultimate Alliance Bundle

Not unlike a poorly done Blu-ray release of a classic film, the Marvel Ultimate Alliance release on current-gen is just disappointing. The games are still great and fun, but this new release is off the mark in several major ways.

Reviewed by Steven McGehee     July 10, 2016
Overall rating 
 
7.5
The Film/Show 
 
8.0
Presentation 
 
7.0
Extra Features 
 
6.0
Tilt 
 
9.0

Two Guys And A Girl: The Complete Series

This one has been a long time coming to DVD in a complete series form like this, so it's great to see Shout! get it done. The show is still pretty entertaining after nearly two decades and Shout! did a good job with the release. It goes without saying, but, like any release, it could have benefited from more extra features.

Reviewed by Steven McGehee     June 13, 2016
Overall rating 
 
7.8
Gameplay 
 
7.0
Presentation 
 
8.0
Value  
 
8.0
Fun Factor 
 
8.0
Tilt 
 
8.0

Edge of Nowhere (Oculus Rift)

Edge of Nowhere is one of the more robust and better built-for-VR experiences available today. It has a few shortcomings, but the sum of these is still not enough to keep me from recommending this to anyone with an Oculus Rift that is looking for a comfortable yet still compelling game.

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