Final Fantasy VII Rebirth Review

Even though it was nearly four years ago now, watching the heroes take their first steps out into the bright new world Final Fantasy VII Remake created, I vividly recall the feelings of bewilderment, excitement, and wonder of what was…

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…

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…

Trails from Zero Review: A Great Place to Start

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

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge Review

After getting to try it a few short months ago at PAX, I could tell right away that Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge was something special. Little did I know then just how special this game would turn out…

Patch Notes 1.04: Returning to Samus

Alex got to sit and chat with his good buddy Nabeshin through the ups and downs of the series, where Metroid Other M is today in 2021, and also how Metroid Dread stacks up (spoilers: it’s the best one).

Deathloop Review Discussion

Jarrett and Alex sit down and find a way to break this loop!

Epilogue’s GB Operator Review- A game-changer in the retro preservation landscape

With each passing year, it’s becoming more difficult and pricier to find old games (and means to play them). The folks at Epilogue have released a potential gamechanger with the GB Operator. This tiny device has quickly become one of…

Fallen Legion Revenants Review – A Long Dark Fall

I don’t know what would be scarier, having to contend with the mutated townsfolk and monsters in a destroyed world, or having to navigate the political tight-rope of trying to gain votes and pass measures. They sound equally terrifying but…

Ys IX: Monstrum Nox Review – Adol the Red is Back!

Adol and his blue-haired pal Dogi are back, and this time there are no boats or amnesia in-sight. Instead, Adol just finds himself in chains and a prison cell. Set in the fortress-turned-prison city of Balduq in Gllia, Ys IX:…

The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel 4 Review – A Conclusion Well Worth the Wait

The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel 4 brings about the conclusion of story of Class VII and the Erebonian saga in an exciting and dramatic fashion.

Ys: Memories of Celceta PS4 – A Memory Worth Revisiting

As the pool of Vita exclusive titles continues to shrink with new ports releasing on other platforms, the PlayStation 4 is now home to yet another of Adol Christin’s adventures with Ys: Memories of Celceta. Initially hitting the Vita in…