Bravely Default II (PC) Review

The demand for JRPGs has been rising steadily. 2021 itself has housed many notable releases that have seen the once niche genre begin pushing into more mainstream circles. One need only look to the success and anticipation surrounding titles, such…

Deathloop Review

Deathloop’s marketing campaign was an interesting journey. The initial reveal sold my friend and me on the concept instantly. As time went on, players grew tired of seeing the same handful of things every time. It created a lot of…

Life is Strange: True Colors Review

When the original Life is Strange was released, it was praised for a wide variety of things. The prequel, Life is Strange: Before the Storm, hoped to expand on one of the original stories’ more interesting elements, though didn’t have…

Ultra Age Review

As games continue to evolve, certain experiences are becoming increasingly common. One such experience is the action hack-and-slash game with a wide variety of weapons. Even if a number of AAA games have defined the genre, indies can offer their…

BloodRayne Betrayal: Fresh Bites Review

Modern gaming is an impressive history of trial and error. Even if there are proven models, there are games that challenge the status quo in one way or another. This resulted in Monster Hunter, Demon’s Souls, Disgaea, and a number…

Tales of Arise Review

Tales of Arise is the latest entry in the critically-acclaimed Tales of series from Bandai Namco Games. With its last main entry, Tales of Berseria, being roughly five years old, many have eyes on Tales of Arise as it promises a next-generation experience by improving…

The Medium Review

The Medium and their developer Bloober Team have a rather interesting history. Back in 2012 Bloober Team planned on releasing the supernatural horror adventure, but issues in development made this impossible. It’s a real shame, as I still remember receiving…

Sonic Colors: Ultimate Review

Back in the ‘90s Sonic the Hedgehog was a force. Amazing sprites, infectious music, and some of the best experiences on Sega Genesis. This continued until Sonic Adventure 2, where experiences started to get weird and moved in a variety…

Prinny Presents NIS Classics Volume 1: Phantom Brave / Soul Nomad Review

One of the hardest parts of always moving forward is missing references to the past. Long-standing series, be it television, manga/anime, novels or even games often reference the past, even if finding the referenced material is hard. Nippon Ichi Software…

No More Heroes III Review

There is something poetic about Psychonauts 2 releasing within days of No More Heroes III. Both stood out in their own ways over a decade ago, at least if we ignore Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes, and were easily…