Maxwell N

May 9, 2018

Why Virtual Console Probably Died, and What This Means for Classics on Nintendo Switch

The what and the why of the death of Nintendo's Virtual Console and the future of retro titles on the Switch.
May 3, 2018
Dead Man

‘Dead Man’: Poetry in Sound, Sight, and Meaning

To coincide with Dead Man's 22nd anniversary, a look back at one of the most touching and atmospheric "anti-Western" stories committed to film.
April 21, 2018
Cowboy Bebop

Easy Come, Easy Go: Memories of ‘Cowboy Bebop’ (20th Anniversary)

For its 20th anniversary, Maxwell N takes a personal look back at "Cowboy Bebop" and his first impressions of the revolutionary show.
April 11, 2018

‘Minit’: A Good Time, Sixty Seconds at a Time

A look at Minit: a bite-sized big-little adventure where there's more than what meets the eye
April 9, 2018
Jelly Mario Bros

‘Jelly Mario Bros’: An Absurd Slurring of the NES Classic

A look at 'Jelly Mario Bros'; an experimental, physics-based fan project that converts the original Super Mario Bros. into a loopy experience.
March 31, 2018
Detective Pikachu Nintendo 3DS Review

‘Detective Pikachu’ is a Good Concept Utilized Poorly

Is the Pokémon-spinoff Detective Pikachu a bolt of brilliance or a disappointing short-circuit? Find out in this review!
March 23, 2018

Indie Snippet: Grimy, Dark Fantasy RTS-inspired ‘Sea Salt’ Demo Shows Unique Potential

A look at the demo for "Sea Salt", a new indie title currently running as a campaign on Kickstarter.
March 12, 2018

‘Part Time UFO’ is a Charming, Cute, Challenging and Fun Puzzle Adventure

Review of 'Part Time UFO', the newest mobile puzzle game by the creators of Kirby and BoxBoy!
March 5, 2018

‘0°N 0°W’: Familiar Places in Different Spaces

A look at and talking about Colorfiction's other-worldly A/V art adventure title, "0°N 0°W"
March 1, 2018

Top 4 Bosses in ‘Cuphead’

Walloping bosses and taking names, and then making a list of my favorites. My top 4 bosses in Cuphead.