Reviews written by Steven McGehee

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PlayStation 3
Reviewed by Steven McGehee     July 30, 2015
Overall rating 
 
8.4
Gameplay 
 
9.0
Presentation 
 
8.0
Value  
 
9.0
Fun Factor 
 
8.0
Tilt 
 
8.0

Lost Dimension

As a raw turn based SRPG, Lost Dimension would not be particularly impressive. The x-factor that makes it so interesting and different is the traitor-system that adds layers of intrigue, strategy, and makes the entire experience much more interactive and robust.

PlayStation 4
Reviewed by Steven McGehee     July 27, 2015
Overall rating 
 
5.4
Gameplay 
 
6.0
Presentation 
 
6.0
Value  
 
5.0
Fun Factor 
 
5.0
Tilt 
 
5.0

Godzilla

Godzilla is not a terrible game, but it's just not a lot of fun. The repetition sets in very early and it becomes a chore to play for all but the most diehard of fans.

Reviewed by Steven McGehee     July 26, 2015
Overall rating 
 
8.0
The Film/Show 
 
8.0
Presentation 
 
8.0
Extra Features 
 
8.0
Tilt 
 
8.0

Police Story: Lockdown

A well-told action suspense starring one of Asia's all time greatest, it's certainly worth watching. The Blu-ray does a great job of capturing the film and offers up a half hour of quality extra features.

Reviewed by Steven McGehee     July 26, 2015
Overall rating 
 
6.8
Gameplay 
 
7.0
Presentation 
 
8.0
Value  
 
6.0
Fun Factor 
 
6.0
Tilt 
 
7.0

The Vanishing of Ethan Carter (PS4)

One of the best games in the first person exploration genre has a comfortable home on the PS4, although it seems like a missed opportunity to have not made this more of an extended edition of some kind.

Reviewed by Steven McGehee     July 26, 2015
Overall rating 
 
7.8
Gameplay 
 
8.0
Presentation 
 
8.0
Value  
 
8.0
Fun Factor 
 
7.0
Tilt 
 
8.0

Victor Vran

Victor Vran is a very competent and solid game that dungeon crawling ARPG fans should not miss.

Reviewed by Steven McGehee     July 20, 2015
Overall rating 
 
8.2
Gameplay 
 
8.0
Presentation 
 
9.0
Value  
 
8.0
Fun Factor 
 
8.0
Tilt 
 
8.0

Tembo The Badass Elephant

Tembo The Badass Elephant is a high quality, gorgeous, fun, and challenging 2D platformer that I'm happy to recommend.

Reviewed by Steven McGehee     July 16, 2015
Overall rating 
 
7.6
Gameplay 
 
7.0
Presentation 
 
8.0
Value  
 
8.0
Fun Factor 
 
8.0
Tilt 
 
7.0

Batman: Arkham Knight - Batgirl: A Matter of Famil

Playing as Batgirl is not quite as interesting as I had hoped primarily due to a lazy hacking mechanic, but, A Matter of Family was still different, interesting, and fun enough to recommend to Arkham fans.

Reviewed by Steven McGehee     July 14, 2015
Overall rating 
 
8.8
Gameplay 
 
9.0
Presentation 
 
9.0
Value  
 
8.0
Fun Factor 
 
9.0
Tilt 
 
9.0

God of War III Remastered

God of War III is still an excellent game five years later. The Remastered version is the best way to play it, but, it's a somewhat underwhelming release because it is so similar to the PS3's Ultimate Edition. This is not a Definitive Edition technically, but more content and thus value would have been great to see included here.

Blu-Ray
Reviewed by Steven McGehee     July 08, 2015
Overall rating 
 
7.5
The Film/Show 
 
8.0
Presentation 
 
8.0
Extra Features 
 
7.0
Tilt 
 
7.0

Kung Fu Killer

Not one of Donnie Yen's best movies, but an enjoyable film nonetheless. The Blu-ray release is technically sound, but a bit light on extras.

Reviewed by Steven McGehee     July 08, 2015
Overall rating 
 
8.0
Gameplay 
 
8.0
Presentation 
 
8.0
Value  
 
8.0
Fun Factor 
 
8.0
Tilt 
 
8.0

Grey Goo - Emergence (DLC)

Quality over quantity; Emergence is not a big release, but the value here for those that played the original game is spot-on.

Reviewed by Steven McGehee     July 05, 2015
Overall rating 
 
7.8
Gameplay 
 
7.0
Presentation 
 
7.0
Value  
 
9.0
Fun Factor 
 
7.0
Tilt 
 
9.0

Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition

Capcom did a lot more than just spruce up the graphics and add in some concept art with the DMC4 Special Edition. The new playable content makes this a significantly different game than it was seven years ago, and one that any DMC fan should own.

PlayStation 4
Reviewed by Steven McGehee     June 30, 2015
Overall rating 
 
9.6
Gameplay 
 
9.0
Presentation 
 
9.0
Value  
 
10.0
Fun Factor 
 
10.0
Tilt 
 
10.0

Batman: Arkham Knight

Rocksteady and WBIE have managed to capture lightning in a bottle three consecutive times with the Arkham series, with the most refined and focused strike being Arkham Knight.

PC
Reviewed by Steven McGehee     June 14, 2015
Overall rating 
 
8.0
Gameplay 
 
8.0
Presentation 
 
8.0
Value  
 
8.0
Fun Factor 
 
8.0
Tilt 
 
8.0

Kholat

Kholat is a compelling release set against a fascinating backdrop that drew me in early and kept me playing. It offers a memorable, if not completely satisfying, experience that's worth checking out.

Reviewed by Steven McGehee     June 02, 2015
Overall rating 
 
7.8
The Film/Show 
 
8.0
Presentation 
 
7.0
Extra Features 
 
8.0
Tilt 
 
8.0

Tom and Jerry: The Gene Deitch Collection

Out from the archives and available on DVD for the first time, the remastered shorts from director Gene Deitch are entertaining and well presented on this release.

Reviewed by Steven McGehee     June 01, 2015
Last updated: June 01, 2015
Overall rating 
 
7.4
Gameplay 
 
7.0
Presentation 
 
7.0
Value  
 
8.0
Fun Factor 
 
7.0
Tilt 
 
8.0

The Evil Within: The Executioner

The Executioner is short, but enjoyable. And at $5, it's worth playing on its own or as a fun way to wrap up your time The Evil Within.

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