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  • Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight (Review) PS Vita

    Posted by on April 29, 2019 under Portables, Reviews
    Developed by Atlus, Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight is a rhythm game that stars the main cast of the role-playing game Persona 3, which launched on the Playstation 2 back in 2006.  The player - who takes on the role of an unnamed protagonist - is whisked away with the P3 cast (i.e. Akihiko, Junpei, Yukari, etc.) to a dream realm only known as ‘Club Velvet’. The player is reintroduced to E... more.
  • SNK 40th Anniversary Collection (Review) Nintendo Switch

    Posted by on April 29, 2019 under Reviews, Switch
    Published by NIS America, the SNK 40th Anniversary Collection for Nintendo Switch is a compilation of retro arcade games from SNK’s back catalogue of IPs. This release contains near-perfect renditions of P.O.W. (Prisoner of War), Ikari Warriors (and its sequels), and the much-coveted Psycho Soldier, to name just a few. The game also provides a good amount of nostalgia via ‘Museum’ mode, wher... more.
  • Nairi: Tower of Shirin (Review) Nintendo Switch

    Posted by on February 22, 2019 under Reviews, Switch
    Nairi: Tower of Shirin by developer Home Bear Studio is a point-and-click puzzle game that sees the game’s protagonist, Nairi, on a mission to rescue her parents after they were captured. After avoiding capture herself, Nairi finds herself in a variety of scenarios that involve outwitting cat bandits, making friends with scoundrels, and discovering an ancient secret with new-found confidant, and... more.
  • Dead Age (Review) Xbox One

    Posted by on February 22, 2019 under Reviews, Xbox One
    An unknown virus is turning the citizens of the United States into flesh-eating zombies, and there is no way to control it. The entire country is soon plunged into chaos, as the virus rapidly spreads across the continent. Those who were prepared for such a disaster end up surviving the initial onslaught, but that was only the beginning. The streets are now unsafe, and uncertainty exists around eve... more.
  • Save me Mr. Tako! (Review) Nintendo Switch

    Posted by on February 22, 2019 under Reviews, Switch
    Growing up in the 1980s had its advantages. People alive then witnessed the revival (and reshaping) of video games with the release of the Nintendo Entertainment System. Sega also introduced the Master System, which arguably had better graphics than Nintendo’s 8-bit powerhouse. The 80s was a decade of many ‘firsts’, whether it involved console gaming or improvements in home computer technolo... more.
  • Battle Princess Madelyn (Feature Review) Nintendo Switch

    Posted by on January 10, 2019 under News, Reviews, Switch
    Battle Princess Madelyn by developer Casual Bit Games is a 2D platformer that borrows most of its inspiration from Capcom’s Ghouls N’ Ghosts. As the game’s armor-cladded heroine, Princess Madelyn - the player must battle through 10 levels of intense, arcade-style action to avenge the death of their dog, Fritzy. Despite his passing, Fritzy accompanies the player in spirit form, offering a som... more.
  • Vampyr (Review) Xbox One

    Posted by on December 27, 2018 under Reviews, Xbox One
    Developed by Dontnod Entertainment, Vampyr is a 3D action RPG that sees the player in the  role of Jonathan Reed, a doctor who returns home to London after participating in the ‘Great War’ of 1918. Jonathan isn’t himself, though. He wakes from a deep slumber to find himself in a mass grave with an insatiable thirst for blood. After rising from his ‘resting’ place, Jonathan encounter... more.
  • I, Hope (Review) Xbox One

    Posted by on December 27, 2018 under Reviews, Xbox One
    I, Hope by indie developer GameChanger Charity isn’t your average 3D platform. It was designed with cancer patients in mind to help them through arduous hospital stays and difficult treatments that tax the human body. I, Hope is definitely unique in how it presents itself to the player: As the game’s protagonist, Hope - the player must battle a faceless monster known only as Cancer. This creat... more.
  • Dragon Ball FighterZ (Review) Nintendo Switch – Best Fighter on Switch?

    Posted by on December 27, 2018 under News, Reviews, Switch
    It was just a matter of time before Nintendo Switch gamers received their own version of Dragon Ball FighterZ, an incredible 2.5 D versus fighter that was developed by Arc System Works and published by Namco-Bandai. Some time ago, Switch users also received their own release of Xenoverse 2, which is a open-world 3D brawler that managed to bring the content of the major consoles to Nintendo’s han... more.
  • The Spectrum Retreat (Review) Nintendo Switch

    Posted by on December 27, 2018 under Reviews, Switch
    The Spectrum Retreat is a first-person, 3D puzzle game that spent nearly five years in development. The game’s developer, Dan Smith, first introduced an early build of TSR during the Game Making Awards of 2016, where his title won the much-coveted ‘Game Making Award’ from the British Academy of Film and Television Arts. After spending multiple years in development, The Spectrum Retreat is fi... more.
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