Dead Space: Downfall Movie Review

Downfall is a horrific movie, but in all the bad ways possible. The original Dead Space was a revelation not only for third-person shooters, but also for horror games. What the game achieved in terms of atmosphere, creative enemies and tense soundtrack didn’t cease to amaze for the 12 or …

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Fatal Frame Movie Review

Despite dealing with some important topics and being an achievement in atmosphere, the premise that supports the Fatal Frame live-action movie isn’t that attractive. The premise behind the Fatal Frame franchise has always seemed particularly refreshing to me. In this Japanese horror series, the protagonists use a device known as …

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Warcraft Movie Review

Warcraft might be based on a bestselling video game franchise, but its cinematic aspirations are lacking to say the least. The Warcraft franchise has been around for decades and even though the trilogy is regarded as one of the best real-time strategy series ever made, it wasn’t until World of …

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Final Fantasy Kingsglaive Movie Review

Kingsglaive suffers from poor voice acting, a confusing storyline and underdeveloped characters, making it one of the worst Final Fantasy movies in years. At the time of Kingsglaive release, Final Fantasy XV isn’t out and the upcoming Japanese role-playing game won’t be out for a few months. Releasing a movie …

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Ratchet & Clank Movie Review

Although younger viewers might enjoy what Ratchet & Clank has to offer, animation enthusiasts will have no trouble finding better offerings in both the cinema or streaming services. Although one of the most popular 3D platformers during the PlayStation 2 era, there hasn’t been a Ratchet & Clank game for …

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Resident Evil: Damnation Movie Review

It’s miles ahead of some of the live-action movies based on Resident Evil, but Damnation is still hard to recommend. Resident Evil: Degeneration followed the blueprint of Capcom’s survival horror games so closely that the movie felt like a video game without the possibility of interaction. The characters were flat, …

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