Archive for the ‘Reviews’ Category
  • The Final Station (Review) Nintendo Switch

    Posted by on September 25, 2018 under Reviews, Switch
    The Final Station by developer Do My Best Games has been available for the Nintendo Switch for quite some time, but what it offers as a game is why it stands out amongst the influx of new releases the eShop receives each week. While it can be described as a 2D side-scrolling shooter, The Final Station can also be identified as a survival horror, world-building train simulator with explorative aspe... more.
  • Blade Strangers (Review) Nintendo Switch

    Posted by on September 25, 2018 under Featured Review 3, Reviews, Switch
    Developer Nicalis has decided to follow in Capcom’s footsteps with the release of Blade Strangers, a fast-paced, combo-laden 2D fighting game that contains a well-balanced roster of characters that were pulled from their own stable of IPs. Fans familiar with developer Nicalis and their games will be elated to know that Blade Strangers combines the protagonists and their companions from various g... more.
  • Code of Princess EX (Review) Nintendo Switch

    Posted by on September 25, 2018 under Featured Review 2, Reviews, Switch
    Essentially a remake of the 3DS title of the same name (which originally had an October 2012 release), Code of Princess for Nintendo Switch is a 2D side-scrolling hack ‘n slasher that shares a lot of similarities with Treasure’s critically-acclaimed hack ‘n slasher, Guardian Heroes, which saw a release on the Sega Saturn and then later the Gameboy Advance. The story sees the player in the... more.
  • The Bard’s Tale Trilogy (Review) PC

    Posted by on September 25, 2018 under Featured Review 1, News, PC, Reviews
    The grandfather of all CRPGs (Classic Role-Playing Games) has finally made its debut on Steam, and a lot of us old timers have been waiting for this day to come for a very, very long time.  I can still remember playing the original Bard’s Tale back on my Commodore Amiga 500 in the early 1980's when D&D was only known as a pen and paper game. The remastered Bard's Tale Trilogy - even ... more.
  • Yakuza 6: The Song of Life (Playstation 4) Feature Review

    Posted by on August 13, 2018 under News, PS4, Reviews
    Yakuza 6: The Song of Life continues the adventures of Kazuma Kiryu, an ex-yakuza who has struggled to separate his shady, criminal past from his now reformed, civilian self. At the end of Yakuza 5, Kiryu’s criminal past finally catches up to him, and he ends up being incarcerated for crimes that went unpunished. The Song of Life starts with Kiryu being released from jail, three years after the ... more.
  • Wreckfest (Review) PC

    Posted by on July 11, 2018 under PC, Reviews
    Do the sounds of breaking glass and twisting metal excite you? Wreckfest for PC is a fast-action thrill ride like no other, where death and carnage surrounds you at every turn (and where the only goal is to win at any cost). To say it plainly - If Burnout Paradise and Flatout were to have an offspring, Wreckfest would be their child. It has the same tricks, maneuvers and racing mechan... more.
  • Battlezone Gold Edition (Review) Xbox One

    Posted by on July 11, 2018 under Reviews, Xbox One
    We live in a time when classic video games are seeing a revival by their respective developers. Amongst the retro collections, remakes and demakes being released, the occasional ‘reboot ’ appears that maintains the core game mechanics of the original game. Battlezone Gold Edition by developer Rebellion is a re-imagining of the 1980's Atari coin-op of the same name, but with modern 3D graphics ... more.
  • Ikaruga (Review) Nintendo Switch

    Posted by on July 11, 2018 under Reviews, Switch
    Initially developed by Treasure and released in Japanese arcades in December 2001, Ikaruga is a puzzle-based, vertical scrolling shmup that has received critical acclaim for its polarity system (a mechanic that sees the player swapping between two different shields to adsorb enemy bullets) and harder than nails gameplay. During its early inception, Ikaruga was eventually ported to the Sega Drea... more.
  • Lode Runner Legacy (Review) Nintendo Switch

    Posted by on July 11, 2018 under Portables, Reviews, Switch
    First published by Broderbund in 1983, Lode Runner is a fast-paced, 2D platformer that involves precision jumping and movement to navigate a variety of puzzle-oriented levels. The game first appeared on a variety of 8-bit computers (the Apple II and Commodore 64 respectively, among others) and later for consoles and 16-bit home computers. Lode Runner Legacy by developer Tozai Games is a remaste... more.
  • SteamWorld Dig 2 (Review) Nintendo Switch

    Posted by on May 30, 2018 under Reviews, Switch
    Developed by Image & Form Games, SteamWorld Dig 2 is a 2D platform action-adventure game that sees the player in the role of Dorothy, a steam-driven robot who is on a mission to find the previous protagonist, Rusty, who disappeared during the events of the last game. Set in the small mining town of El Machino, Dorothy must establish contact with the locals, reopen the mine that collapsed du... more.
Featured Gallery
Fallout_76_Featured_Screenshot_01 Fallout_76_Featured_Screenshot_02 Fallout_76_Featured_Screenshot_03 Fallout_76_Featured_Screenshot_04 Fallout_76_Featured_Screenshot_05 Fallout_76_Featured_Screenshot_06
Latest Reviews Featured Video

Archives
WP Facebook Auto Publish Powered By : XYZScripts.com