Massive-Verse Fighting Card Game Review

I’m always on the lookout for board/card games that are small, fun, and quick – aka the perfect games to throw in my bag and take with me to the local brewery with friends or to bust out during lunch.…

Godsforge Boardgame Review

Thank you to Atlas Games for providing Scott with a copy of Godsforge and the expansions that were used for this review. The Godsforge – the final source of the precious Etherium resource – is dwindling and under a constant…

Alan Wake 2 Review Discussion

It’s finally here, after 13 years we can finally see what happens on the other end of Alan Wake’s story. Mike and Auri sit down to discuss the long awaited sequel, Remedy, and how far their games and storytelling have…

Wayfinder (Early Access) Review

After spending over 150 hours playing Wayfinder I believe it has a lot of potential to find its place even in the crowded live service games market. However, the team at Airship Syndicate has a long battle ahead of them…

Sea of Stars Review

Sabotage follows up The Messenger with an astounding RPG.

The Legend of Heroes: Trails into Reverie Review

At long last, The Legend of Heroes: Trails into Reverie is available for Western audiences, serving as a brilliant conclusion to this arc of the series, with a tense and twisting story with drips and teasing what has yet to…

Destiny 2 Lightfall Review

The penultimate story in Destiny’s 10 year journey is here.

Resident Evil 4 Review Discussion

Remade from the ground up, can Capcom’s new Remake live up to the legend of the original?

Trails to Azure Review

In Crossbell’s darkest hour, can the SSS come together and save the day?

Shovel Knight Dig: Review Discussion

Review Discussions are interview-style discussions hoping to discuss specific aspects of the game in question that may or may not be included in the written review. In some cases, the discussion will be the only critical conversation we put out…

God of War Ragnarök: Review Discussion

A *slightly* botched deep dive discussion into God of War 2018’s anticipated follow up.

Trails from Zero Review: A Great Place to Start

Take the train to Crossbell and journey into the Trails series.