Richard Allen

Richard Allen is a freelance writer and contributing editor for various publications. When he's not writing about video games and entertainment on Fandomize.com you can find him writing for Broadway World, the Charleston Gazette, or working on original stories. He was recently published in Deception: A Writing Bloc Anthology. He can be contacted via email at richardallenwrites@gmail.com. You can visit his website at facebook.com/richardallenwrites or www.richardallenwrites.com.

Mayhem and Destruction, the Alien Way – Destroy All Humans Review (Switch)

I’ve seen gameplay videos, read reviews, and listened to my friends rant about Destroy All Humans for years, but for reasons unknown I never...

A Fitting Remake to a Classic Sega Release – Wonder Boy: Asha in Monster World Review (PS4)

Wonder Boy: Asha in Monster World was originally released for the Sega Mega Drive in 1994 as Wonder Boy IV / Monster World IV....

Discovering the Beauty of a Desolate Wasteland – ‘Beautiful Desolation’ Review (PS4)

Beautiful Desolation was not at all what I was expecting. What, at first glance, looks like a top down RPG, turned out to be...

Travel Through Time and Space and Unravel the Secrets of Life – ‘Genesis Noir’ Review (Xbox One)

Genesis Noir: A Cosmic Adventure is rather difficult to review. While video games as an art have long been a trend, Genesis Noir borders...

Explore the Ruins of Earth, Unite Tribes, and Defeat World Eaters – Biomutant (PS5) Review

The highly anticipated Biomutant is here, nearly four years after first being announced. Does it live up to the hype? Well, yes and no....

‘It Takes Two’ Review (PS5) – A Fantastic Co-Op Adventure Exploring A Failed Marriage

Relationships, and the various issues that stem from them, have been dealt with in all forms of media. It is a popular story mechanic...

‘DARQ: Complete Edition’ Review (PS5)

Puzzle games are a dime a dozen, even puzzle games with unique twists are rather common. Yet somehow DARQ: Complete Edition manages to carve...

‘Paradise Lost’ Review (PS5) – A Haunting Look At An Alternate World War II Time Line

World War II never ended, instead an increasingly deadly conflict escalated into the annihilation of most individuals involved somewhere during the 1960s. Amongst the...
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