Categories
Console PC Reviews

Moving Out – Literal couch co-op

Moving is never fun when you’re the one doing the heavy lifting. You don’t want to break the stuff you’re keeping. You don’t want to scuff up the floors or walls you’re leaving behind. You definitely don’t want to get your hopes up about a security deposit you’re going to be screwed out of no […]

Categories
Console PC Reviews

Snowrunner Is The Strangest Driving Game I’ve Ever Played

Much like the previous entry Mudrunner, Snowrunner is a game that will either really suck you in or send you running for the hills. It requires dedication, patience, skill and a calm approach, and it’ll likely put off as many as it appeals to. Stick with it though, and there’s a strangely rewarding experience to be had. It […]

Categories
Console PC Reviews

My Hero One’s Justice 2 – A Newbie Hero

Oftentimes, fighting games and anime franchises can go hand in hand. Just look at the various fighting games based off Dragon Ball for an example of that. And what anime should go better with the genre than My Hero Academia, a franchise all about super-powered fighters in the first place? If that sounds like something right up your […]

Categories
PC Reviews

Disaster Report 4 Plus: Summer Memories – A Disaster of Middling Proportions

Post-apocalyptic games are everywhere, but mid-apocalyptic games are a bit less common. It’s here that Disaster Report 4 attempts to carve out a niche for itself. By focusing on the choices you make during a major disaster, it certainly stands out from other apocalyptic games. Unfortunately, while Disaster Report 4 is certainly unique, it just isn’t very much fun […]

Categories
Console PC Reviews

TT Isle of Man – Ride on the Edge 2

KT Racing is a really known developer when it comes to racing games. They have some of the best racing games currently available to play including the WRC franchise, V-Rally 4 and the Isle of Man TT. Their latest release is TT Isle of Man – Ride on the Edge 2 which is the second […]

Categories
Console PC Reviews

Pirate Warriors 4 – A cathartic, if not revolutionary, Musou experience.

In a world of chaos, uncertainty, and tension, I’m always happy when I can find something cathartic that allows me to escape, enter another world, and take out thousands of enemies with the push of a button. One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4 is an incredible candidate for this role. In my time going through some of the […]

Categories
PC Reviews

SokoBunny – kick the cargo in the warehouse labyrinth.

The joys of the Indie gaming market are the random themes, and the otherwise forgotten genres. The classic puzzle game rarely gets a look in these days with the world obsessed with First Person Shooters, and massive open world titles. Developers Dillyframe aim to rectify this one random project at a time. Their latest addition […]

Categories
PC Reviews

The Wonderful 101: Remastered

The whole “if you had to take one [x] to a desert island” question is pretty hack, but if the question was “what publisher’s catalog would you take,” Clover/Platinum’s works would be in the running. Viewtiful Joe, Okami, Bayonetta, Metal Gear Rising, NieR: Automata: all these titles are considered classics in their genre, not to mention the numerous others […]

Categories
PC Reviews

Control: The Foundation – A foundation upon which to build.

As every fan of suspense or horror knows, if you have an old house, eventually you’re gonna wind up in the basement, whether you want to or not. But Remedy’s Control doesn’t just have an old house; it has the Oldest House. That means we’re going even deeper, all the way down to the Foundation. The Foundation […]

Categories
Mobile Reviews

Knight Quest – “Clever chess climber”

There’s a litmus test for new ideas when it comes to games: A simple, one-sentence pitch. Explain a game in one stripped-down sentence as best you can and you can quickly tell how far it stands from existing games. For Knight Quest it would be, ‘A chess knight moves upscreen against waves of chess piece […]