Reviews

Merry Christmassacre: Dead Rising 4 review

by 2 hours ago

Sometimes logic is overrated. You could seek out a video game that’s grounded in reality with deep characters and a compelling narrative, but sometimes you just want to dress up …

Continue reading →

Build a better port: Super Mario Maker 3DS review

by 3 days ago

One of the surprise hits of last year, Super Mario Maker was able to connect with audiences everywhere by offering an easy to use toolset to create and share Mario …

Continue reading →

Conquering New Ground: 1775 Rebellion Review

by 3 days ago

It’s not unheard of for board game companies to venture into the foray of digital games. Academy Games, a board game company with a small but impressive list of titles, …

Continue reading →

Nice look, nice control, formal name: Gamesir G3s Wireless Controller review

by 4 days ago

With a controller, familiarity is king. By that metric, the Gamesir G3s Wireless Gaming Controller is a success, and that alone highlights the positive design and functionality aspects that come …

Continue reading →

A club above: Football Manager 17 review

by 4 days ago

I guess that 2016 has taught me one important lesson:  I really don’t know much about anything at all in this strange and fascinating world. I was wrong on what …

Continue reading →

Medium Chaos Run – Dishonored 2 Prima CE Guide Review

by 6 days ago

Dishonored 2 is very much about choice. The level of player agency in the game is so much more than the simple analog choice of stealth versus violence. Prima has …

Continue reading →

It’s my party, and I’ll cry if I want to: Mario Party: Star Rush review

by 6 days ago

Mario Party is at a weird point in its lifetime; while most people who’ve grown up with the friendship-breaking party game series have moved on, there are still some very …

Continue reading →

Not so realized – Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment Review

by 7 days ago

Sword Art Online: Hollow Realization seems an apt subtitle for this game, full of half-baked ideas that don’t live up to their potential. There are no objections to the visual …

Continue reading →

Take road watching to the next level: Motorsport Manager review

by 7 days ago

We all love to race, and love to be witness to a good race as well. Three times a year, the entire country watches a gaggle of horses sprint in …

Continue reading →

Hat trique: Franchise Hockey Manager 3 review

by 7 days ago

I’ve reviewed the other Franchise Hockey Manager releases in the past, and those reviews still provide a great view into that specific release. If I copied that exact review over …

Continue reading →

The other side of a good time: Exist Archive: The Other Side of the Sky review

by 1 week ago

JRPGs are stagnating, that’s pretty well known and low hanging fruit at this point. Some are finding comfort in that stagnation, while others are tinkering with ways to make JRPGs …

Continue reading →

Zed’s Dead: Killing Floor 2 Review

by 1 week ago

Killing zombies is fun, which is why there are so many games about just that.  Killing Floor 2 is one such game, though it prefers you use the term “Zed,” …

Continue reading →