The Gardens Between Review

Everyone had that one friend when they were growing up who was ride or die. You were as thick as thieves, and no matter what you were there for each other when things got rough. Over time as you both…

Narcosis Review

The base of the ocean is large and brimming with life, but it’s an ecosystem we don’t frequent as people, at least I’m certainly not taking trips down there. Because of that much, it can at times feel like a…

Flipping Death Review

Have you ever wondered what life would be like in the afterlife? Flipping Death tries to give you an idea of what a day in the life of Death might be like in this 2D puzzle platforming adventure game. Flipping…

1979 Revolution: Black Friday Review

1979 Revolution: Black Friday is a game which thrusts you into the middle of a troubled Iran. Developer iNK Stories have crafted a tale which is as immersive as it is true, and the game serves as a documentary at…

Red Faction Guerilla Re-MARS-tered Review

Red Faction: Guerilla is a rough, flawed game on almost every level. In 2008, when it smashed onto the scene to revive and re-imagine the Red Faction franchise for the then-modern Xbox 360 and PS3, we over-looked much of these…

Jurassic World: Evolution Review

For those who grew up with dream of running their own Jurassic Park or just wanted a well put together Jurassic Park video game, Frontier Development’s Jurassic World: Evolution is a solid realization of that dream and perhaps the best…

Moonlighter Review

Life can be tough for a humble shopkeeper, day in and day out tending to your shop can be stressful. But after a hard days work, pick up your sword and shield and begin your quest to become a legendary…

Shape of the World Review

The following is the original transcript for our Shape of the World Video Review Shape of the World takes you on an abstract adventure of color and sound in a world that amorphously builds around you. With no definite objective, win…

Detroit: Become Human Review

Detroit: Become Human proposes to take narrative focused choose your own adventure games in new directions. How successful it is at balancing its heady, serious, and emotionally charged issues is ultimately up to each individual player. I think it largely…

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…

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…