June 18, 2018

‘Sushi Striker’ Review: Sushi is Love, Sushi is Life

Are you looking for an addicting, deep puzzle game that you can really invest some time into? Here's why you should check out Sushi Striker.
June 5, 2018

‘Sega Genesis Classics’ Review: No School Like The Old School

It's not the definitive collection it aspires to be, and the menu interface flaunts a bit of clunkiness, but if nostalgia's your itch, Sega Genesis Classics could very well be the scratch you need.
June 2, 2018

‘Dark Souls Remastered’ Streamlines and Improves Upon an Already Brilliant Game

When it comes to a game like Dark Souls, there are certain things to consider. These are factors that don't apply in other games even, let alone other remasters. So it follows with a game like Dark Souls Remastered that we don't really need to talk that much about what Dark Souls is exactly, so much as what it isn't. Having halfway pioneered its own genre at this point, I would say most gamers are aware of the presence of Dark Souls on a tangential level, if not a cognitive one.
May 31, 2018

‘Football Manager Touch 2018’ – A Karius of Control

Game developers have been rushing to get some of their titles onto the Nintendo Switch, and Sports Interactive is no different with its season too late release of Football Manager Touch 2018 onto the platform.
May 29, 2018

‘Moonlighter’ Review: An Ancient Two’fer

Moonlighter Developer: Digital Sun Publisher: 11 Bit Studios Platforms: PC, PS4, XBOXOne Reviewed On: PS4 Release Date: May 29, 2018 A Little Background By day, Will runs a shop, Moonlighter, in the small town of Rynoka. By night, he travels to the Golem Dungeon to gather resources from the enemies […]
May 26, 2018
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‘Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon’ — A Companion Piece that Stands on its Own

Curse of the Moon is a Bloodstained tie-in spinoff that is more than just a quick Kickstarter promise.
May 24, 2018
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‘The Banner Saga’ Review: What Tale Will Your Banner Tell?

It's not easy to tell a story in a video game that truly makes players care about its characters. Though not perfect as an SRPG, Banner Saga firmly asserts that meaningful characters and storytelling have a place at the gaming table.
May 22, 2018
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Stomping Ground: ‘Battletech’ Review

BATTLETECH Developer(s): Hairbrained Schemes Publisher(s): Paradox Interactive Platform(s): PC, Mac (Linux TBD) Reviewed on: PC Release date(s): April 24, 2018 It’s been a long time since the Battletech franchise released a strategy game, with Mech Commander 2 being released in 2001. The series has found much better footing in the more […]
May 22, 2018
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‘Battlechasers: Nightwar’: Back from the Dead

The characters are enjoyable, the world is teeming with personality, and the combat is both challenging and rewarding.
May 21, 2018

Ship-shape: ‘Pillars of Eternity 2: Deadfire’ Review

2015's Pillars of Eternity was, for long time fans of old CRPG titles, a total return to form, and in many ways was the Baldur's Gate 3 that we never got.
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