Category: Reviews


Review: Adventure Time – Time Tangle (iPad)

What time is it? ADVENTURE TIME!


Review: The Golf Club (XBO)

Here’s what I know about golf. In the sixth grade, our PE class had a golf segment that lasted about a week. I sucked. I’m pretty good at mini-golf. I think Happy Gilmore is a reasonably accurate depiction of professional golf. […]


Review: Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition Player’s Handbook

We sat down to play, a motley crew of adventurers with vastly varying backgrounds in the game. The Dungeon Master (that would be me) who had never touched 4E, dabbled in 3/3.5E, and hadn’t played a real long-term campaign since […]


Review: Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition Starter Set

Dungeons & Dragons has long been known as the fantasy themed role-playing game. Forty years after its original publication, Dungeons & Dragons has started the timed release of its fifth edition ruleset. The Starter Set, available now for $19.99, is designed […]


Review: Nuts! (Card Game)

Nuts! is a simple and fast paced card game from Wildfire Games. If polishing your nuts or chasing tail interests you, read on! The rules are simple. The first person to get 20 nut points wins. There are five types […]


Review: Pirate Fluxx (Card Game)

My only experience with the Fluxx franchise was playing Zombie Fluxx at an airport with some people I had met at Penny Arcade expo. I had a lot of fun in that short amount of time and was very excited […]


Review: Dynasty Warriors 8 Xtreme Legends Complete Edition (PS4)

1…3…23…56…75…106.  My KO count went to 106 in less than 2 minutes in my first battle in Dynasty Warriors 8 Xtreme Legends Complete Edition. Dynasty Warriors lets the player be an unstoppable force when he or she is on the […]


Review: Scram Kitty and His Buddy On Rails (Wii U)

Well, that may be the most interesting title I’ve seen for a game yet.


Review: The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (PS3)

And lo, with yet another film of the legendary webslinger, we get another tie-in game. A lot of times, Spidey games, even if they’re flawed, are still fun. Does this one hold up?


Review: Child of Light (Wii U)

When I was a child, I believed in magic. There were dragons that lived in concealed caves beneath the tightly packed soil of my backyard, and an ancient crone enchantress that lived in the house across the street. She was […]