Video Review

Super Monkey Ball Banana Blitz HD Review

In my humble opinion, it had been far too long since the Super Monkey Ball monkeys had a main entry on a major console. Now Aiai, Meemee, Gongon, and friends are back for an HD remaster of their Nintendo Wii…

Indivisible Review

Indivisible from Skullgirls developer Lab Zero Games streamlines some typical turn based combat systems with hints of fighting game flair and a whole lot of teen angst. It’s combat is all about making the most of character specific movesets and…

Children of Morta Review

As an encroaching evil begins to spread across the land, a father must take up arms to protect his family. What he may not realize is his family is just as ready to fight as he is. Children of Morta…

Control Review

Control feels like the culmination of everything Remedy Games has been working towards. The bizarre and interesting worlds from their past games were filled with mystery to uncover and are now meshed with incredible third person action game-play in Control.…

Etherborn Review

Etherborn immediately creates an otherworldly feeling with it’s bleak atmosphere and visual presentation. This feeling of a world not of our own translates into the game’s platforming gameplay to make for a satisfying, yet short experience.   In Etherborn you’ll explore…

Metal Wolf Chaos XD Review

Metal Wolf Chaos was insane back in 2004 when it was released on the original Xbox in Japan. It was known for it’s ridiculous cutscenes and over the top depiction of the United States. Now just over fifteen years later,…

Crash Team Racing Nitro Fueled Review

The nineties was an era of mascots and platformers that either threw bad parties filled with mini games or revved up their go karts to race through fantastical worlds. At the time these games felt almost endless by how many…

Judgement Review

A string of murders on Yakuza members has the city of Kamurocho on the brink of gang warfare. Takayuki Yagami, a disgraced lawyer turned private detective is now swept up in the murder cases leading him into the path of…

Gato Roboto Review

Should cats be given weapons of mass destruction in the form of a mech suit? Gato Roboto doesn’t necessarily answer that question, but makes a case for why it’s fun at least. Gato Roboto is a metroidvania leaning its inspirations…

Observation Review

You can immediately feel the loneliness of space in Observation. It’s quiet, bleak atmosphere had me on edge the moment I panned a camera. This sci-fi thriller is all seen through the lens of a space station computer system, S.A.M.…

SteamWorld Quest Video Review

In the latest entry to the SteamWorld franchise, SteamWorld Quest drops the cowboy hats and pickaxes in exchange for some wizard hats and swords. Image & Form once again take a stab at a new genre as they have with…

One Piece World Seeker Review

Monkey D Luffy and the Straw Hat crew are launching themselves into one of their biggest adventures yet in One Piece World Seeker. But with any grand adventure there’s some problems you’ll have to deal with head on. World Seeker…