Resident Evil: Village Game Review (Spoiler-Free)

Resident Evil has been a franchise of many forms whether it was a haunted house of the undead experience or your typical action-packed shooters. The franchise went back to its roots in 2017 with Resident Evil 7: Biohazard and four years later, they continue the story with Resident Evil: Village. We follow Ethan Winters as he searches for his kidnapped daughter Rose in an infected … Continue reading Resident Evil: Village Game Review (Spoiler-Free)

Three Guys Talk! | The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is Just as Engaging 4 years After Release

GABRIEL: Welcome back! We’re here for another Geekly Goods all-out conversation about videogames. This is Three Guys Talk! Today, we’ll be talking about the so-called masterpiece “The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild” (let’s refer to it as BOTW from now on), released almost 4 years ago but still making the conversation as a true classic. Isaac, let’s start with you. What do you … Continue reading Three Guys Talk! | The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is Just as Engaging 4 years After Release

Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory Review

Recently on November 13, Square Enix published the newest game in the Kingdom Hearts franchise, Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory. And just like each game in this series, the combat is tweaked slightly. In the case of Melody of Memory, a rhythm-based aspect is put into place, making it one of the black sheep of the Kingdom Hearts series. Around a month ago, Square Enix … Continue reading Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory Review

Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity Demo Review

Yesterday, Nintendo surprised all of us by dropping a new trailer for Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity, the prequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. This new trailer reveals that you can play as the Divine Beasts, the main dungeon aspect from Breath of the Wild. At the end of the trailer, it was revealed that a DEMO for Age of Calamity … Continue reading Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity Demo Review

Should You Buy “Super Mario 3D All-Stars”?

GABRIEL: Hello everyone! I’ve been meaning to try something like this in an article with Geekly Goods, and who better to do it with than my friend Isaac @PixarNerdStudio, who is a huge videogame fan and went just as crazy as me and got “Super Mario 3D All-Stars” on opening day. There’s so much to play in this thing, so I have to shamefully admit … Continue reading Should You Buy “Super Mario 3D All-Stars”?

Nintendo announces Zelda: Breath of The Wild Prequel for Nintendo Switch

2020 has been a small year for Nintendo fans. This is mainly because of current world events, but it is still a far cry from their release schedule from last year. However, this year has still had top-selling releases such as Animal Crossing: New Horizons, Paper Mario: Origami King, and Super Mario: 3D-All Stars. However, so far, Nintendo has not released any Zelda games. We … Continue reading Nintendo announces Zelda: Breath of The Wild Prequel for Nintendo Switch

Luigi found in the DEVELOPMENT FILES of Super Mario 64

It has been 24 years since the release of Super Mario 64. Ever since the release of this game, fans and theorists have searched for evidence of Luigi being playable in the game, because of a statue that says, “L is Real. 2401”. The amount of people talking about this theory even hit Nintendo, who stated that Luigi was going to be playable, but was … Continue reading Luigi found in the DEVELOPMENT FILES of Super Mario 64

The TOP 10 BEST Sonic Games of ALL TIME

It’s a good day! On this day, Sonic the Hedgehog released in the US in 1991. That means Sonic officially turns 29 and we couldn’t be more excited! First games, then shows, now Sonic even has a movie. In under 30 years, Sonic has become a household name! In honor of the big day for the speedy blue hedgehog, I wanted to share my top ten BEST … Continue reading The TOP 10 BEST Sonic Games of ALL TIME