Dodgeball Academia Review

Sports games are nothing new or particularly special. Mainstream ones are one of the most profitable games out there, though the idea extends way beyond mimicking reality. For example, Nintendo found a lot of success adding their characters and unique…

Eldest Souls Review

Typically when I review a game like Eldest Souls, I comment on how the importance of a smaller game standing out. Every couple of years the concept changes, sometimes it’s art, other times mechanics and some want to offer their…

The Falconeer: Warrior Edition Review

Where do I begin with The Falconeer? For starters, it’s a game created by only one person! You heard me right, one person! Tomas Sala I tip my hat to you. The Falconeer‘s aerial combat throws a unique spin on…

Neo: The World Ends with You Review

Unexpected sequels come with some high expectations. Going into any sequel there is the knowledge of what the original did, along with certain expectations of what they’ll do in the future. With roughly 14 years between The World Ends with…

The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles Review

Among the plethora of visual novels that have been released on consoles and handhelds, very few are as notable as Phoenix Wright. The quirky series followed a goofy lawyer who found success against a number of different challenging cases. While…

The Ascent Review

The Ascent presents a grimy, neon-drenched arcology housed on the planet Veles. All life in this multi-tiered structure is overseen by a megacorporation, The Ascent Group. But the lives of its contractually-bound citizens plummet into chaos when the all-encompassing entity…

Trigger Witch Review

Some of the best games have been the ones with the weirdest premises. Giant frogs who beat up other large anthropomorphic animals, zombies fighting wacky things and so much more. Recently there has been more of a push towards realism,…

Blightbound Review

Games cater to a number of different people, places, and situations. Some people play for complicated challenges, others for personal glory, and some just want to have fun with their friends. Blightbound is a bit like the latter, with it…

Observer: System Redux Review

Recently cyberpunk and things around similar concepts have become a major talking point. What was once the subject of concerns in the future, like George Orwell’s iconic Nineteen Eighty-Four: A Novel, is one that could very realistically happen. What ultimately…

Death’s Door Review

I’m going to avoid wasting your time by coming out and saying it bluntly: Death’s Door is an instant classic and an absolute must-play dungeon crawler. Acid Nerve‘s indie hit stars a lovable crow whose job is to collect souls…