Lucious Barnes

PROFILE:

I've been a huge fan and critic of games and movies ever since I had a voice to speak about them. I love power and influence of great storytelling, interactive and otherwise, and now want to be more than just a consumer. My biggest strength in this regard? Almost every time, I'm fair all the time.

Posts by Lucious Barnes:

Still the most adorable side of evil – Witch and the Hundred Knight Revival Editon review

by 5 months ago

It’s been a couple years since I first took on the role of the torch-headed familiar, Hundred Knight, and clumsily (borderline inaudibly) swore my allegiance to the excitable swamp witch …

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Ready your Rasengans – Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 Review

by 5 months ago

Like other game series which have clearly locked into their identity, (I’m looking at you Warriors titles) the Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm franchise rarely attempts to reinvent the wheel …

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Assassin’s Creed – the comic series parts four and five

by 6 months ago

The fourth installment of the Assassin’s Creed comic series continues to follow the exploits of hard-hearted Assassin Tom Stoddard as he seeks to safely secure an artifact that could tip …

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Happy Accidents – Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime review

by 6 months ago

Looking at its well-deserved success, it’s unlikely many fans of Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime would believe it was once described as very nearly an accident by at least one …

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Riders of the Sun – Arslan: The Warriors of Legend review

by 6 months ago

I will always maintain that after years of faithful and predictable game releases, the Koei hack-n-slash legacy is something that can only be compared to itself. The boundaries it seeks …

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Assassin’s Creed – the comic series parts two and three

by 6 months ago

Part two of the Assassin’s Creed comic series jumps us right to our hero Char’s maiden dive inside the ancestral mind of Tom Stoddard, a member of the Assassin’s Brotherhood …

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Anime with a dash of fay- Sword Art Online: Lost Song review

by 7 months ago

For those who might be unfamiliar with it, Sword Art Online is a popular manga and anime series which has been taking the genre by storm for the better part …

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Coming ’round that mountain – Vahalla Hills review

by 8 months ago

There are lots of different strategy games, all catering to a variety of tastes that only get broader as the gaming hobby continues to find new members. Valhalla Hills looks …

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A little light that shines — Stella Glow review

by 9 months ago

I had no idea what to expect when I fired up Stella Glow for the first time. I had no prior experience with the series it was connected to and …

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An ocean of possibilities- Civilization: Beyond Earth- Rising Tide review

by 10 months ago

Player’s Log: Turn 242 I wanted to like the North Sea Alliance when their craft first touched down on our new world. The populations of the other sponsored spacecraft which …

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Heists, the other white meat – Crookz: The Big Heist review

by 11 months ago

As much of a goody-two-shoes as you might be, there has probably been at least one time when you considered what it would be like to be a criminal mastermind. …

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In need of a whetstone- Sword Art Online RE: Hollow Fragment review

by 12 months ago

It’s always difficult to gauge your expectations for anime tie-in games. On one hand, if you’re a fan of the series in question, the idea of being able to interact …

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