Rafael "Darklife" Diaz

I am a game designer and 3D modeler that graduated from the Art Institute of Pittsburgh. Former pro gamer. Now I stream games and write. I am also a veteran of the U.S. Army and father of 3.

Call of Duty Black Ops: Cold War Review

Year after year a new Call of Duty comes out and swarms of people flock to it. Luckily, there are different developers behind each iteration. With it now being Treyarch’s time behind the wheel with Call of Duty Black Ops: Cold War, how did they do? If you read my first impressions you should have an idea on that. Now join me as I review the latest entry into the series.

Amnesia: Rebirth Review

Just like the two games in the series before it Amnesia: Rebirth does a great job subverting expectations and ramping up the tension to high levels. Join me as I review this FPS survival horror game.

Call of Duty Black Ops: Cold War…Time to dive back in

Ladies and Gents, you know what time it is…That’s right it’s Call of Duty time! Let’s jump in and get those first impressions on the latest edition in the series: Call of Duty Black Ops: Cold War!

Amnesia: Rebirth First Impressions

Having been such a fan of the original Amnesia game (Dark Decent) I was super excited to get my hands on the latest entry into the franchise, Amnesia: Rebirth. Join me while I go over my first Impressions.

Partisans 1941 Review

After getting a hands-on preview of this game at PAX South this year, I’m excited to get back into this real-time tactics game (RTT). Set during WWII, Partisans 1941 is a great addition to RTT games and WWII games in general. Join me as I review this fantastic game.

Pocket Paragons Early Access Review

Not since I was a teenager playing games like Yugioh or Pokemon have I actually had so much fun with a card game. Pocket Paragons is simple to pick up but has a lot of strategies to learn. Let’s find out what I thought about it.

The Suicide of Rachel Foster Review

The Suicide of Rachel Foster is a horror game that takes on some serious and thought-provoking topics in an incredibly suspenseful way. Join me as I review the latest outing Daedalic Entertainment.

Endzone – A World Apart Early Access Preview

Recently I was given access to an early build of Endzone – A World Apart by Gentlymad Studios. The post-apocalyptic take on a City Building game is a great twist to the genre. Join me as I go over what I think so far.

Xbox Games Showcase Trailer: Balan Wonderland

The curtains have been lifted, unveiling the all-new 3D action platformer, Balan Wonderland, made by legendary creators Yuji Naka and Naoto Ohshima. In this trailer, we see a snippet of the journey between fantasy and reality.

Xbox Games Showcase Trailer: S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 2

After 13 years we are finally getting a new S.T.A.L.K.E.R. game. Take a look at the trailer for the latest entry in this first-person shooter, survival, horror video game series, S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 2.

Xbox Games Showcase Trailer: The Medium

After being announced during the Game Awards last year. The Medium finally shows off some of its gameplay. A Dual-Reality Game that plays out across two worlds displayed at the same time is a big surprise. All I will say is this next-gen psychological horror game is creepy.

Superliminal Review

Not since Portal 2 has a puzzle game intrigued me so much. Superliminal does an amazing job of making you really have to think about how to solve the puzzles and move forward in the story. Join me as I go over this amazing game.

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