Tuesday, March 12, 2013

I've Been Published! Check out my 'Resident Evil 6' Review in Shadowland Magazine




That's right, yours truly has had not just one, but two articles published in Shadowland Magazine. The first article was in Shadowland #6 and was titled "The Walking Dead: The Game" is Survival Horror at its Finest."

The current issue, Shadowland #7, has my thoughts on "Resident Evil 6"  titled "Capcom's Resident Evil 6 is Plagued by Problems."

Here's a sneak preview of the article:


“Resident Evil 6” was a highly anticipated title released in October, 2012. I for one, was really looking forward to it. But, when the demo was released and I first got a taste at what the game title offered, my feelings towards the game started to go a little sour.

RE6 has three different two-player campaigns to choose from; Leon Kennedy and Helena Harper, Chris Redfield and Piers Nivens, and Jake Muller and Sherry Birkin. Each campaign has a different feel to it, with its own HUD design, and of course, its own game mechanic problems.

To read the rest of the article, go here  to purchase the magazine for $9.95. Or you can see if it's available at your local comic shop, hobby shop, or Barnes and Noble. Yeah, that's right. Shadowland Magazine got a distributing deal and is no longer solely available for purchase on the Internet. (I'm really proud of that if you can't tell.) 

About the Magazine:

Shadowland Magazine covers the best in horror, Sci-fi and Fantasy Entertainment.

It has recently been nominated for two categories in the Eleventh Annual Rondo Hatton Classic Horror Awards; Best Magazine of 2012; and Frank Warden's article, "All Shall Listen When The Bat Whispers" (Shadowland #3) was nominated for Best Article of 2012. How cool is that?

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  1. For those who are interested, here is a sneak preview of my review of "The Walking Dead: The Game" that was published in Shadowland Magazine #6:

    “The Walking Dead: The Game” by Tell Tale Games is based on the comic book series “The Walking Dead” by Robert Kirkman. It takes place during the initial zombie outbreak in Atlanta, prior to when Rick Grimes awakens to find himself in an abandoned hospital.

    You play as Lee Everett, a black college professor who was convicted of murdering his wife's lover. While the world around him ends, Lee finds that he has a chance to start his life over.

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