Tags Archives: Review

Knack 2 Review.

Knack was one of the PlayStation 4’s flagship first party exclusives for the console when it originally launched in 2013.  While this is a game that did have its fair share of fans, reviews for it were less than stellar with reviewers pointing out ...

Immortal Planet Review.

“It’s like Dark Souls but” is one of the biggest clichés spamming the modern era of games critique. Games like the outstanding NieR: Automata are compared to the hardcore giant for introducing similar retrieval upon-death mechanics whereas the rece ...

Birthdays The Beginning Review.

Birthdays the Beginning, at first glance, looks like an interesting oddity. "God games" where you oversee the progression of an entire world and everything within aren't terribly common these days--much less one with cute, stylized visuals and a funny tit ...

Hyperkin Retron HD Review.

The number of people jumping into vintage gaming grows in number by the day, but not everyone taking the plunge accurately remembers what playing games in the '80s or '90s was actually like. It goes without saying that video technology has changed a lot s ...

Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap Review.

Remakes are a tricky business, especially for a game like Wonder Boy III: The Dragon's Trap. Originally released on the Sega Master System in the console's waning days, the game didn't get a lot of attention in North America in the 80s, but it won over th ...

Drawn To Death Review.

The best thing Drawn to Death has going for it is the aesthetic, which thoroughly lives up to its promise of vast, wild worlds crafted from the classroom notebook scribblings of a teenage delinquent. It's a world of kittens controlling giant robots, unico ...

Wild Guns Reloaded Review.

There’s a particular genre of arcade action game that has truly fallen off the radar in recent times--games where you control a character from a third-person view on a 2D plane, shooting objects and enemies in the background with a reticle while dodging ...