Since no huge releases are coming out this month. I thought now is a good time to catch up/review some indie games. To start off we got Shantae and the … Continue Reading A causal look at: Shantae and the pirate’s curse: The why boner.
On July 7 Accel World VS Sword Art Online was available everywhere for the PS Vita and PS4. After looking over how it looks, how it play, and the story … Continue Reading Accel World VS Sword Art Online Discussion
Developer – Thomas Happ Games LLC Publisher – Thomas Happ Games LLC Release Date – May 14, 2015 Genre – Action Adventure Shoot’em’up Platform – PC, PS4, PS Vita Price … Continue Reading Axiom Verge – Review
You know the age old dilemma gamers fans have when it comes to movies based on their favorite video games? Why can’t film studios make a good movie based on … Continue Reading Netflix’s Castlevania Paving the Way for Future Game Adaptations
There are a lot of adjectives in the title, but the demo for Miitopia really is interesting. I wasn’t too interested in the game after watching the trailer, although it … Continue Reading Miitopia Demo Review: A Weirdly Enjoyable Funny Adventure
What began as a fun, optional sidequest in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is slowly being morphed into its own fully fledged game, but is Gwent worth your time? … Continue Reading Gwent: The Witcher Card Game (Open Beta) – Review
Developer – Pinokl Games, Kverta Publisher – tinyBuild Release Date – August 25th 2015 Genre – Action, Stealth, Strategy Platforms – PC, iOS, Android, XBox One, PS4 Price – £9.99 … Continue Reading Party Hard – Review
Crash is back though as the release came closer I thought “is nostalgia for the game going to be enough to enjoy it?”. The huge dick of nostalgia can only … Continue Reading Crash Bandicoot N sane trilogy: A trip down memory lane.
A little while ago, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild released on both the Nintendo Switch and Wii U on March 3, 2017. The game scored tens in … Continue Reading Breath of the Wild DLC Pack 1: The Master Trials and Other New Challenges
I’ll be honest, I was really looking forward to Dishonored 2. I remember blocking all mentions of it before I bought it to try and avoid any and all spoilers. … Continue Reading Dishonored, A Review: Part 2