Atari 50 (Nintendo Switch) Review

In today’s landscape, there’s an abundance of gaming options for players. The vast number of games available today results in gamers seeking out value in their purchases. One of the greatest values the industry has to offer is compilations. Groups of independently released games, compiled into one collection. While some offer a bare-bones experience, many compilations have been known to feat...[Read More]

Gotham Knights Review

Growing up in the 90s, Batman was a big theme throughout my childhood and early teen years. Beyond the movies, games such as Batman Returns on the SEGA Genesis, which I remember playing relentlessly. As I type this, I’m picturing the boss battles with The Penguin and Catwoman and some of the game’s levels. Various Batman stories have been told since then, from darker movies to beloved ...[Read More]

HexGaming PS5 Rival Pro Controller Review

Recently, eSports has become one of the biggest revolutions in the gaming industry. Competitive play has long been a trope of gaming. Competing with friends dates back to the arcade era. While skill plays a major factor in player performance, so does the controller being used. Wear and tear or an aftermarket controller may be contributing factors to poor performance. Those looking to take a more s...[Read More]

PAC-MAN WORLD Re-PAC (PC) Video Review

Many years ago, interest in 3D platformers waned. Besides the likes of Nintendo’s offerings, diversity in the genre had all but dried up. Thankfully the platforming genre has gone through somewhat of a renaissance as of late. Not only are we seeing new 3D platformers but also remasters and remakes of classics! Bandai Namco appointed Now Production (Pac-Man Museum+) with the task of remaking Pac-Ma...[Read More]

Soulstice (PS5) Review

Action video games have certainly grown and evolved in the past several decades. Having been around during the sixth generation of game consoles is to have been alive to witness some of the greatest action games of all time. This was the generation that gave players the likes of God of War, Devil May Cry, and Onimusha: Warlords. The aforementioned games, and many others, featured exceedingly satis...[Read More]

Cult of the Lamb (PC) Review

Wouldn’t it be fun to run a cult in something completely different from Animal Crossing? Add some Binding of Isaac, a little Animal Crossing, some Twitch Integration if you like, and some rogue-like mechanics, and you’ve got the Cult of the Lamb. I have put quite a bit of time into Massive Monster’s newest release Cult of the Lamb, and have enjoyed my time. It’s even enjoya...[Read More]

Seven Pirates H (Switch) Review

It’s been a hot and steamy summer in games, and among them has been EastAsiaSoft, leading the way in bringing new, interesting and ambitious indie and Japanese games tot he forefront of gaming audiences today, from Synergia to Sense: A Cyberpunk Ghost Story, to the ambitious Chinese RPG Sword and Fairy: Together Forever. Summer has been hot for more than one reason though, and that is the re...[Read More]

Sniper Elite 5 (Xbox Series X) Review

It was 2005 when the first Sniper Elite game arrived in stores; The age of World War II shooters. Medal of Honor was storming the beaches of Normandy, while a competitor was storming the world, Call of Duty. On the PC front, massive battles were waged on Battlefield 1942 and Lucasfilm took flight in Secret Weapons Over Normandy. Like the stealthy protagonist in the game, Sniper Elite snuck in and ...[Read More]

Kao the Kangaroo (PC) Review

At PAX East 2022, we awarded Tate Multi Media two awards for their game KAO the KangarooKAO the Kangaroo; specifically we awarded them with a writers choice award and nominated them for best indie game. Now a month since playing the demo at PAX East, we can finally dive deeper into KAO the Kangaroo. For fans of platformers such as Spyro, Crash Bandicoot, Banjo Kazooie, Sly Cooper, and Jak and Daxt...[Read More]

We Were Here Forever (PC) Review – It Takes Two

Over the last decade, gaming companies around the globe have slowed down the production of local co-op games. In fact, many gamers did not fully grasp this shift to online co-op play until the start of the pandemic. This change from local co-op to online co-op can easily be seen with the elimination of split-screen campaigns (Halo Infinite). So why the change? Many companies realized that it’...[Read More]

Sonic The Hedgehog 2 Review

In 2008, Gears of War Creator coined the phrase “bigger, badder, and better” to describe the sequel to his earth-shattering milestone of a game. For me, that has been the definitive term to describe the sequels in all aspects of media. Following an overwhelmingly successful first installment, director Jeff Flower is back for Sonic The Hedgehog 2. For Sonic The Hedgehog, and the sequel Sonic The He...[Read More]

Lego Star Wars The Skywalker Saga Review (Xbox) – May the Force be with You!

Rockers, it’s time. Jedi Justin Timberlake has all prepared us for one of the best months of the year. In April, he stated, “It’s Going to be May!” For most nerds, geeks, and pop-culture enthusiasts, May is a special month. At the beginning of the month, many celebrate the Star Wars fandom. Some Star Wars fans only celebrate Star Wars day on May 4th, a play on May the Force...[Read More]

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