Stay Review

Stay by developer Appnormals is a complicated and at times messy experience. A truly haunting, cerebral, and taut, tensely realized story in the vain of the early 2000’s film Phonebooth it is a endlessly gripping title with a protagonist in…

Trailblazers Review

I’ve always found myself attracted to the racing game genre by the entries that attempt something different than the popular simulation racer, games like Bizarre Creations’ Blur, Black Rock Studio’s Split/Second, and Criterion Software’s Burnout series of games. These games…

Wizard of Legend Review

The Chaos Trials haven’t seem like a pretty big deal. Your first glimpse into this wild world of wizardry is a walking tour through a museum built to educate visitors about the importance and power of arcana, the awe-inspiring Council…

Omensight Review

Omensight is a reminder of how much I love the character action game genre, but also shows that the genre has come a long way from the era this game takes its inspiration from. Brace yourself for action that’s visually…

Dragon’s Crown Pro Review

George Kamitani’s career in video games runs parallel to the second movement of 2D beat-em ups in the 90’s. Post-Golden Axe, Capcom had the Dungeons and Dragons license in their portfolio, and blasted arcades with iconic genre offerings Hillsfar, Tower…

City of Brass Review

You find yourself in front of a magical portal; something straight out of legend. The Fabled “City of Brass”, where the citizens got so greedy that they began to stockpile gold, exploiting the local genies, who would turn against the…

The Shrouded Isle Review

As my fellow neighbor Zoya Efferson cracked a whip upon the back of those unfaithful to the black god Chernobog, I as a player had a slight moment of reflection and realization. It dawned on me that I had a…

The Swords of Ditto Review

The Swords of Ditto beautifully meshes classic isometric gameplay with modern Role Playing and Roguelike mechanics. This makes for an adventure both fulfilling and challenging, letting you decide how you want to discover the world and save the day.   …

The Dragon of Dojima—Yakuza 6: The Song of Life Review

I should preface this by saying: I’ve never played a Yakuza game before. Yakuza 6: The Song of Life is my first foray into the story of Kazuma Kiryu, the hero and centerpiece of the Yakuza mythology. An older, former…

Flipping Death PAX East 2018 Video Preview

Our Video Producer Mike Burgess got hands on time with Flipping Death at PAX East 2018 Footage Captured on a PS4 Pro, Edited and Narrated by Mike Burgess Follow Mike @ http://twitter.com/mikehitsthewall

Kirby Star Allies Review

Kirby has made his debut on Nintendo’s latest console, But even with all his new abilities and an HD coat of paint he can’t seem to break the mold. The story is what you’d expect if you’ve played any Kirby…

The Alliance Alive Review

Switch be damned, there is still life in the Nintendo 3DS!  The Alliance Alive proves that the 3DS is alive and kicking (see what I did there?).  Developed by Cattle Call and published by Atlus, this game adopts and refines…