Category: Reviews

Apr
22

Review: Batman Arkham Origins Blackgate Deluxe Edition (PS3)

So, a Metroid-style sequel to a prequel that was a handheld but ported to console. Well, let’s see if Batman still has it. (Special note: Having never played the handheld version, this review is entirely based on this console version of […]

Apr
20

Review: Conception II: Children of the Seven Stars (3DS)

Most people who have ever brought a child into the world would tell you that it is a life changing, magical experience. A lot of people find it to be so transformative of an experience that the very essence of […]

Apr
16

Review: Trials Fusion (XBO)

It’s been just shy of two years since the release of Trials Evolution, the widely acclaimed follow-up to the equally acclaimed Trials HD from Ubisoft’s RedLynx development team. Today, the highly anticipated third console entry in the burgeoning franchise has […]

Apr
06

Review: Pokémon Battle Trozei (3DS)

I’ve publicly declared that regardless of how much I may adore Pokémon games, I do not care for the spin-offs. It’s actually quite embarrassing just how public I have gotten with these declarations. I proclaimed my undying love for only […]

Apr
03

Review: TowerFall Ascension (PC)

Over the years, I’ve bemoaned the disappearance of local multiplayer in video games. Most of this was due to the fact that my household only had one Xbox 360, but two heavy gamers. This resulted in either one person sitting […]

Mar
27

Review: Final Fantasy X-X2 HD Remaster (PS3)

At exactly what point does a good game franchise start to decline? For plenty of fans of Square Enix’s Final Fantasy series, it probably started with the tenth entry, and over a decade later, the debate among fans has been whether that […]

Mar
24

Review: Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze (Wii U)

Our scene opens on a majestic fortress, perched on a tower that seems to reach impossible heights above the leafy canopy of trees. It stands as stoic sentiment to the lush and fertile land below it, and the materials and […]

Mar
23

Review: VVVVVV (3DS)

One thing I’ve never really been shy talking about is how old I am. Being 32 years young means I am older than the average gamer, but also too young to remember when home video game systems were really getting […]

Mar
22

Review: Knack (PS4)

With the release of the PS4, a new IP is introduced. That new IP is Knack. With its simplistic gameplay, Knack makes it easy for any player to learn the game’s core mechanic. At the same time its difficult keeps the […]

Mar
17

Review: Toukiden: Age of Demons

I recently picked up a PS Vita and I gotta say that it’s fantastic. I already have a decent sized library of great games to fit any gaming situation I should find myself in. One such situation I find myself […]