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,…

My Return to Terraria

Back in 2011, a hot new crafting and exploration game started to spread across the interwebs. Adopting a 16-bit style, Terraria gave players a more action and adventure take on a genre that began in 2009 with its more blocky…

SolSeraph Review

Being a child of the late ’80s, I have fond memories of the ’90s and the Super Nintendo. I vividly remember watching my older brother play all sorts of games, and me attempting to. One title of particular note was…

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…

The Legend of Heroes : Trails of Cold Steel 2 -Relentless Edition Review

*Note: There will be spoilers for the first Trails of Cold Steel game, so be sure to finish that first before reading this! As an abridged review, this game is amazing and so is the first. Don’t do yourself a…

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…

The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel Review

Combat is turn-based and takes place in an arena which you can spend a turn moving around. Take the Materia system from Final Fantasy VII, mix in the social dynamics and interaction from the later Persona titles, a cast of…

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Review

Sekiro is a masterful action game, and maybe the best game FromSoftware has made yet.

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.…

The Messenger Picnic Panic DLC Video Preview with Alex & Moises

The Messenger from 2018 is getting DLC! New levels and bosses to fight! Alex is joined by Moises Taveras from OkBeast to talk about the demo they played at Pax as well as some stuff the devs showed to them…

No Straight Roads Video Preview (Direct Feed Gameplay)

Mike got to the play No Straight Roads at Pax East 2019 and was kindly provided footage of the demo he played on the showfloor. checkout this direct feed footage. This is the debut title from developers Metronomik

Bloodroots Video Preview with Jarrett & Logan

Jarrett Green and Logan Wilkinson played Bloodroots from Paper Cult Games. This fast paced, action packed, beat em up has impressed them again at it’s second Pax showing! The 2 discuss their thoughts on the demo on the show floor…