Family Gamer Reviewer

Primary game reviewer of Family Gamer Review. A loving father to two children, loving husband and avid gamer. As the primary game reviewer, my responsibilities are to make sure that the game titles that I review that I can provide the most unbiased reviews for parents and guardians out there for the game, subject matter and other items within the game. I provide the honest review for the game, not based on what the game is, but for how this would fit in for the library for the whole family to play.

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Energy Cycle

Match rows of energy spears to make a board of energy match and move onto the next level.  With 28 levels of puzzle Energy Cycle is a puzzle game at heart. General Gameplay Energy Cycle is a budget puzzle title that is all about matching rows of colors in which they all match.  The game has a cycle of Blue, Green, and White energy balls that have all match but shifting rows of the energy balls to ...[Read More]



Life Is Strange

  Life is Strange is an episodic graphic adventure in which your choices help shape the story.  You play as Max a 18-year-old senior high school student that ability to rewind time.  During this 5-part episodic series, you must figure out a missing person case as well visions of your local town being destroyed by a storm. AS THE GAME IS MATURE RATED WE DID NOT PLAY TESTED THE GAME WITH ANY OF...[Read More]



Level 22

As Gary is always late to work but this time he must get into his office without being seen by anyone or he is fired.  In Level 22 you play as Gary as he uses stealth to go from level to level to reach his desk and not be spotted. General Gameplay At its core, Level 22 is a stealth game.  It is all about getting around without being spotted and using in office gadgets to help you get around.   The...[Read More]



6180 To the Moon

6180 is about the moon going to talk to the Sun to see why it is not risen.  At its core it is a light platforming game. General Gameplay 6180 To The Moon is a lighthearted platformer that is great for people that are new to platforming games or just want to play a relaxing game.  The Game Visuals are very basic.  With a black and white, and some basic colors, 6180 is more designed to just be very...[Read More]



Bedlam The Game By Christopher Brookmyre

  Bedlan is a first-person shooter in which  you play as Heather Quinn or known as “Athena” as you are stuck in the video game world and you are trying to get out from the video game world.  If anything the game is aimed at making fun of game from the 90’s as you are stuck in one. AS THE GAME IS MATURE RATED WE DID NOT PLAY TESTED THE GAME WITH ANY OF OUR YOUNGER GAMERS FOR THIS REVIEW. Gener...[Read More]



Brothers A Tale Of Two Sons

Brothers, A Tale of two sons is an adventure game in which you play as two brothers on a quest to get to the tree of life to get water from it to save their dying father. General Gameplay The general gameplay is that you control both brother with the same controller, but each brother is controlled by each thumb stick, so for example the older brother is controlled by the left thumb stick and the y...[Read More]

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Star Wars Battlefront 2

  Star Wars Battlefront 2 is the sequel to the successful multiplayer game that came out in 2015.  There is a story mode that follows an Imperial Special Forces team and their journey after the events of Return of the Jedi leading up to The Force Awakens.   There is also a multiplayer aspect to the game, that is same as the first title that involves different modes, as well an arcade mode as ...[Read More]

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Xbox One X

Now that the Xbox One X has been released, we got our hands on the console at our local Game Stop and was able to give it a spin and try it for ourselves. Xbox One X Specs: Price: $499 Release Date: 11/7/2017 CPU: Eight custom x86 cores clocked at 2.3GHz GPU: Integrated AMD graphics with 6 teraflops of performance RAM: 12GB GDDR5 Storage: 1TB Weight 8.4lbs Dimensions: 11.8 x 9.4 x 2.4 inches Micro...[Read More]

Micro Transactions are they helping or hurting the gaming industry?

Over a year ago we did a gaming safety article about if Micro Transaction were helping or hurting the gaming industry and there was a lot of comments to us (both from parents and developers) touching on this subject.  So, we decided to wait about a year and see if the culture has either change, became better or worse for parents and gaming.  Well here are some of our thoughts on the matter. In the...[Read More]