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Destroy All Humans! 2020 (PC) Review

Note: Review code provided by Terminals.io and by the developers/publishers. Also, I have no experience with the Destroy All Humans! franchise, so this review is best suited for those who are new to it as well. Are there life forms ou...

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order (PC) Review

The Star Wars franchise is going through some interesting changes. While its recent films have disappointed many, the franchise has found success in other mediums. Television has been one of those successful mediums with the recent sh...

 
 
 
 
 

E3 2020: IGN Summer of Gaming

The mess known as E3 2020 still rolls on, though on a more irregular schedule. One of the biggest shows to happen during all of this was IGN’s event, Summer of Gaming. For all of my other E3 2020 blogs, I’ve tried to get i...

 
 
 

E3 2020: EA Play Live

EA has been doing their own event for some time, and every year is pretty much the same: one or two big announcements, a few indie announcements, and a bunch of updates to games already released. This year’s show was the same, e...

 
 
 

Summer In Mara (PC) Review

Note: Review code provided by Terminals and the developers. Games like Moonlighter and Slime Rancher fit into this special category of mixing two genres together. One is more mundane like shopkeeping or ranching, while the other is mo...

 
 
 

E3 2020: Guerrilla Collective

Day three of my E3 coverage is going over Guerrilla Collective, a showcase event by The Mix and Kinda Funny. This three day event operated like many others, going over trailers to new games. Of all the shows so far, this one had the m...

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

The Games I Played During Quarantine

For the past few months, everyone around the world has been on lockdown. For many, this has meant staying at home and either finishing school online, working from home, or doing neither. Even with work or school at home, however, many...

 
 
 

Mini Game Review: Rage 2/Forager/Flinthook

Rage 2 Rage 2 is the first-person, open-world sequel to Rage that follows the last Ranger of Vineland as he or she takes revenge on General Cross and the Authority after they raided Vineland and killed the Ranger’s Aunt. A basic...

 
 
 

Doom Eternal (PC) Review

Doom is, without a doubt, one of the most important franchises in video game history. It is one that is decades old, and yet still relevant thanks to 2016’s Doom and the modding scene. Four years later, the ultra-violent Doomguy...

 
 
 

My Top Five Anticipated Releases of May 2020

April was the month of quarantine, and May is shaping up to be the same. Despite that, games are still releasing to cure our boredom of being stuck at home. So, for list 34, here are my top picks for May 2020. But first, some rules. T...

 
 
 
 
 

My Thoughts on Vigor's Switch Beta

I have a love-hate relationship with Escape From Tarkov. On one hand, I really enjoy the premise of the game; but on the other hand, I do not like the realism of the game. There are many other things I could talk about with that game,...

 
 
 

Half-Life: Alyx (PC) Review

For years, virtual reality has been the next step in video games that no one is taking. There hasn’t really been that one game worth virtual reality’s high asking price, making its market niche. Since the market is niche, ...

 
 
 

In Other Waters (Switch) Review

Note: review code provided by Terminals.io. When I think of exploration games, I think of games like Breath of the Wild, Fallout, or Subnautica. These games fill their worlds with unique location that are meant to catch your eye and k...

 
 
 
 

Ten After Ten: 3/20/20-3/29/20

Note: I apologize for missing the past few Ten After Tens. Due to the busyness of my schedule, I will be suspending these indefinitely. Three News Stories Gamestop Closes Its Doors to Coronavirus Concerns Coronavirus has been sweepin...

 
 
 

About Black Red Gamingone of us since 9:35 PM on 01.08.2020

My name is Ben, and I started writing blogs back in 2016. A few years later, I changed my name to what it is now, and started my own website. Now, I mostly do game reviews, a little bit of news recap, and Twitch streaming. You can find this content and more at blackredgaming.com.
 
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