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.…

Creature in the Well Video Preview (Direct Feed Gameplay)

Mike got to the play Creature in the Well at Pax East 2019 and played through and captured the full demo! The game was a standout title for Mike at Pax and we cant wait to see the game once…

Borderlands 3 – The Pros, Cons, and Questions Left Unanswered

As a longtime fan of the Borderlands series, I was rather ecstatic when I found out that Gearbox would be doing a panel at PAX East this year. Waiting in line for what felt like days, I ascended the escalator…

Project Witchstone – The Game That Could Change the CRPG Genre As We Know It

One aspect that computer representations of tabletop RPGs (or CRPGS) have never been able to adopt from their tabletop variety cousins is the absolute freedom of choice that comes with playing that way. The ability for players to choose and…

Heave-Ho Preview: A Multiplayer Game About Trust

Devolver Digital revealed a brand new party game at Pax East 2019 called Heave-Ho. This is a cooperative, physics-based puzzler for up to four players locally where you control a little face with arms protruding from each side that you…

Control Video Preview with Alex & Mike

Alex and Mike got hands on time with Control the lastest game from Remedy studios during Pax East 2019! The 2 discuss their thoughts on the demo on the show floor and hopes for the final version of the game

Metro Exodus – A Blind Entrance to the Series

I’ve long found myself intrigued by the premise of the Metro series, but for one reason or another, I’ve simply never taken the plunge into the post-nuclear war wasteland of Moscow. Metro Exodus’ more wide open frozen landscape and apparent…

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…

Jump Force Review

  To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Weekly Jump, the highly successful manga magazine, Jump Force has pulled together stars from throughout its history to do battle with one another. Pitting the likes of Goku against Kenshin or Ichigo against…

Opinion: EA is Anthem’s Worst Enemy

I’ve put close to 30 hours into Anthem. I’m one level away from unlocking the fourth Javelin suit and have started the end game grind to get “the best loot”, I can’t stop thinking about this game for a lot…

Away: Journey to the Unexpected Review

Upon starting Away: Journey to the Unexpected, I learned something new about myself: there are few things I find more exciting than walking into something with absolutely zero expectations. Apart from a trailer I vaguely recalled watching at least a…

Hyper Jam Review

    Studio Bit Dragon has nailed the frantic, fast-paced gameplay of an arcade-style twin-stick arena brawler with their new game, Hyper Jam. It gives me nostalgic butterflies, from being in the arcade playing games like Smash TV. Hyper Jam…