L.J. Lowery

Born in southern California, but currently residing in Lafayette, Louisiana. Loves Hip Hop music, comics, and video games. Events/Media Coordinator, Podcast Producer, and Public Relations.

Review: The Quest (PC)

By L.J. Lowery / March 16, 2016 /

Developer: Redshift Publisher: Redshift Genre: Role Playing ESRB: N/A Price: $9.99   If you have been gaming since the early 1990’s The Quest is going to look very familiar to you. That is because the developers have set out to pay homage to RPGs of the old days such as Eye of the Beholder and Might &…

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Review: Tron Run/r (PS4)

By L.J. Lowery / March 7, 2016 /

Developer: Sanzuru Games Inc. Publisher: Disney Interactive Genre: Action/Racing Rating: E 10+ Price: $19.99 Last year we learned that Disney made the unfortunate decision to pull the plug on the third Tron movie. It has been said that there too many other projects took priority, and they had never actually gave it the green light. I…

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Preview: Hitman (PS4)

By L.J. Lowery / February 20, 2016 /

Before Ezio, before Altaiir, and before the assassins had a creed, there was Agent 47 whose first appearance was in the year 2000 in his first game titled Hitman: Codename 47. The more popular assassins of historical times are known for their pairs of hidden blades, while this modern day hit man has always been…

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Review: Amazing Discoveries in Outer Space (PS4)

By L.J. Lowery / February 14, 2016 /

Developer: Cosmic Picnic Publisher: None Genre: Adventure Rating: E for Everyone Price: $11.99     It was atypical Wednesday morning when I discovered Amazing Discoveries in Outer Space, also known as ADIOS. Typically,  I am usually browsing the Playstation Network and scoping out the new releases if I haven’t done so on the evening prior.…

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Review: Assassin’s Creed Chronicles—India (PC)

By L.J. Lowery / February 1, 2016 /

Developer: Climax Studios Publisher: Ubisoft Genre: Stealth/Action Rating: Teen Rating: $9.99   In efforts to expand the Assassin’s Creed universe, Ubisoft has outsourced the development of the Assassin’s Creed Chronicles series to a British development company by the name of Climax Studios, a little-known company that started out porting a few of Blizzard’s biggest titles…

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