Game Review: Fragmented (PC Version)

By strych9 [This review contains some spoilers.] Fragmented is a single or multiplayer first person survival game which can be played by yourself, as a co-op or in PvP mode. For the real nerds out there, it’s also basically a prequel to The Repopulation and comes from the same developers, but that’s a whole other […]

Game Review: Destiny 2 (PC Version)

By strych9 [Author’s Note: Destiny 2 contains A LOT of lore. This article will touch on some of it briefly but there is far too much information within the Destiny universe to cover it in this article. If you have questions or just need a lore fix for this game Destinypedia is available 24/7 to […]

Game Review: Strafe (PC Version)

By strych9 Strafe is a first person shooter game that pays homage (if not royalties) to the original Doom and Quake. Players take on the roll of a “scrapper” aboard a ship known as the Icarus. Things have gone horribly awry, of course. It’s up to the player to blast his or her way out, […]

Video Game Review: Prey (PC Version)

By strych9 (CAUTION: SPOILERS AHEAD) Overview: Prey is a first person shooter game set on the Talos I space station orbiting Earth’s Moon in the year 2032. The game takes place in an alternate timeline where John Kennedy survived assassination and greatly accelerated the US space program later in his presidency. Players take the role of […]

Game Review: A Requiem for ‘Alan Wake’

Alan Wake is a psychological horror third person shooter, originally released in  2010 by the Finnish software developer Remedy.  Every time I play I want to rent a cabin in the Pacific Northwest for a month, hiking and exploring the forest during the day with a rifle slung over my back, writing a novel on an old Remington typewriter by the light […]

Game Review: Sniper Elite 4 (PC Version)

By strych9 Sniper Elite 4 is a third person shooter game that can be played solo, cooperatively or against other players. As the player you take on the role of a Allied commando/sniper tasked with missions you’d likely expect such as eliminating certain people and gathering intelligence. The campaign mode starts on the fictional island […]

Gear Review: Liberty Safe Presidential Series

A Stack-On gun cabinet is many things. It’s handy. It’s affordable. And it keeps a few firearms out of the reach of little hands. But a burglar with a crowbar can pop one open faster than you can say “homeowner’s insurance.” And if a house fire threatens your boomstick collection, well, maybe you can make an […]

Game Review: Tom Clancy’s The Division (PC Version)

Reader strych9 writes: Tom Clancy’s The Division is a third person squad-based massively multiplayer online (MMO) cover shooter that takes place in New York City following the outbreak of a deadly disease known as “The Green Poison” and the subsequent quarantine of the city. Players take on the role of a Division Agent, a highly […]

Gun Review: Heritage Rough Rider .22 Revolver

By Daniel English One day soon after purchasing my first gun, I was at a local sporting goods storing purchasing .22LR ammo when a Heritage Rough Rider caught my eye. I was interested in getting a handgun, and the price tag fit my college student budget a little easier than just about everything else on […]