Duke Nukem 3D: 20th Anniversary World Tour Review

Anyone who grew up in the nineties has uttered the words “Hail to the king baby,” at one time or another. We grew up in an era where CD-roms were all the rage a...[Read More]



FIFA 17 Review

EA Sports’ FIFA series isn’t necessarily something that needs to be “fixed.” That’s because, year in and year out, the publisher h...[Read More]



Sonic Boom: Fire and Ice Review

Over the past few years, Sonic the Hedgehog hasn’t had the greatest streak in video games. Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric was quite simply one of the worst gam...[Read More]



Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered Review

Call of Duty is a gaming phenomenon, love it or hate it. It is a game style that pretty much perfected the controls of the first person shooter, using the left ...[Read More]



Dragon Quest Builders Review

I’ll admit it – I’m just not a Minecraft fan. Not that I’m putting down those that spend hours at a time getting into the game – they certainl...[Read More]



Deus Ex: Mankind Divided Review

Society these days can be pretty much a mess. You’ve got people complaining that the Netflix series Luke Cage is “being too black” (despite it...[Read More]

Top 3 Horror Anime to Watch During the Halloween Season

While most folks are warming up with pumpkin spice lattes to watch all manner of scary films, I usually key up some scary anime instead. Personally, I never did...[Read More]

Batman Month 2016: The Worst (not in the good way) Villains

It’s October, and while he gets a whole day in September, here at Marooner’s Rock we all know that it’s Batman Month! And we’re kicking ...[Read More]

Is Kingdom Hearts 2.8 Overstepping Boundaries?

Being my favorite game series, I have always looked forward to playing each new title. For each title is a piece of the puzzle that gets more and more convolute...[Read More]

Marooners’ Rock Interviews Will Dubé, Head of Thunder Lotus Games

I don’t think I’ve met someone who dislikes Jotun. While visiting Montreal, I had the opportunity to sit down and speak with William Dubé, the presi...[Read More]

Backlog Burndown: Sprint #3 – 1953: KGB Unleashed

Various research show that it takes between three weeks and six months to fully develop a new habit. Six weeks into this backlog challenge may not be enough to ...[Read More]

Backlog Burndown: Sprint #2 – Another World

What’s the natural follow-up to starting a backlog challenge with a short Visual Novel? Obviously it’s to go oldschool with a remastered version of ...[Read More]

Could Smackdown VS Raw Games Return?

In 2004, Yukes and THQ released the first WWE Smackdown vs Raw game. The game was released as WWE’s brand war was starting to develop into a raging infern...[Read More]

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In case you missed the news, Pokemon’s most recent Mythical release is currently available from participating Gamestop stores. Available until October 31st, trainers can get a card that grants you your very own Steam typed Pokemon. (Fire and Water)

Way back in February, February 13th actually, we had the season finale of RWBY Vol. 3. Now, I won’t post spoilers, but we were left with some pretty bleak situations. Let’s just say an event split our titular Team RWBY up, and left Ruby embarking on a journey with some members of team JNPR. Honestly...[Read More]

As per usual, a new week, a new group of games with Xbox One Backward Compatibility. Usually we get three games, which is true this week as well, sortof. Technically, we are getting seven. That means one of the three is a compilation title! Rejoice! Usually it is a small group of games, but this one...[Read More]

Rockstar is doing just that with a sequel to one of the best games they’ve ever made. After subtlety changing their twitter background, the news is finally out there and visually the game looks great in what was shown. Red Dead Redemption 2 is coming in Fall 2017 for the PS4 and Xbox One and i...[Read More]

Back when Dark Souls 3 released it completely rooted itself into my very being. I was constantly thinking throughout my daily routine of different ways to approach bosses or shaking with delight at the possibility of new things to discover. Dark Souls 3 also has a ton of ridiculously tense moments, ...[Read More]

What it was a catchy line in the song? Anyways what a reveal! Our guesses that the console is indeed a portable hybrid were correct. The Nintendo NX has been renamed to the aptly branded Nintendo Switch, which is a tablet-like device that has two controllers that slide on either side while its turne...[Read More]

There you have it folks! The NX is really, truly happening and it is now called the Nintendo Switch, for good reason! The trailer just released at 10:00 AM EST, (located below) so let’s cover a few of the big points from the trailer. Feel free to check out the trailer before we dive in.

Minutes after the awesome reveal of the Nintendo Switch, Nintendo sent out a list of companies who are supporting the new portable/console hybrid. While from the trailer alone we already know of Skyrim and NBA 2K, plus Sonic Mania from a while back, this list hits all the right notes to make this co...[Read More]

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