UPDATE: Review | Rogue Legacy

by Adam Larckon July 29, 2014
Update: It’s been almost a year since the PC release of Rogue Legacy, and the PSN version is now available. While almost original to the PC version, there are a few things that make the new version stand out. The most important is the continual need for a controller, which this game requires for it’s […]

Gaming with Killatia Shantae Risky’s Revenge

by killatiaon July 23, 2014
Killatia takes a look of the recently released PC version Of Shantae Risky’s Revenge, a metroidvania game originally release on the DSi Ware back in 2010. Does this port do the game justice or do you wish for a better experience? Watch to find out! Facebook: Twitter: Patreon:
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Review | Concursion

by Charlie Grammeron July 22, 2014
Having recently beaten Concursion (the rest of the videos are coming soon, for those of you interested in the Let’s Play of it), I felt that it was a decent genre-mashing game. For those unaware, this title is a unique game that thrusts you into the role of a hero as he seeks to fulfill […]


Review | Guacamelee! Super Turbo Championship Edition

by David Pooleon July 21, 2014
I have to say, I was pleasantly surprised by Drinkbox Studios’ little indie title. When I first saw it in its original release, I was put off by the style, and to me it looked like it was just a generic platformer. Boy, was I wrong. Guacamelee! Super Turbo Championship Edition is a colorful love […]

RRPG Review #22: Shovel Knight (HD)

by RRPGon July 13, 2014
The first project done by Yacht Club Games has finally arrived, and this game is a treat to fans of retro franchises since this game represents itself in that light. Shovel Knight may be the next, big thing to ever come out within gaming for this year. Does the former developers of WayForward Technologies’ own […]

R-Type Dimensions Review (PS3)

by Dragos Dobreon July 11, 2014
The gaming industry is quickly evolving throughout time, from sharper textures to better resolutions and a lot more frames-per-second… more that you could even actually see with your naked eye. Sure, these things are important to some extent but technology can never replace creativity and pure fun. R-Type Dimensions is no graphical or technical beauty, but in some […]


Review | MouseCraft

by Charlie Grammeron July 8, 2014
If you’ve been craving a challenging and fun puzzle game, then you may be interested in the title recently released for Vita, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PC, MouseCraft. This title features a light story about Schrödinger, a mad cat scientist who needs cheese to fuel his mouse-centric experiments, although the story is more of […]
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Gaming with Killatia Plants Vs Zombie Garden Warfare

by killatiaon July 4, 2014
Killatia checks out the fun 3rd person Multiplayer game Plants Vs Zombie Garden Warfare from EA Games and Pop Candy! Facebook: Twitter: Patreon:
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Review | HyperX Cloud Gaming Headset

by Josh Boykinon July 1, 2014
One of the most efficient ways to increase a game’s quality is to fully appreciate its audio. Most TV speakers don’t come equipped for the job, and using a surround sound speaker system for all your Call of Duty frag sessions is a sure-fire way to piss off your roommate/spouse/neighbor. This is where higher-end gaming headsets […]

Kengo: Master of Bushido (PS2) – Let’s Check

by halfblindgameron June 30, 2014
In for some dashing, stabbing, slashing with a side order of some bashing? Perhaps this game can prove useful! Let’s try our hands at some swordfighting in this 1 on 1 fighter, which is more about patience, timing and strategy than button combinations. Actually… there are no button combinations at all! Just the one attack […]

Wolfenstein The New Order Review (PS4)

by Dragos Dobreon June 28, 2014
The Wolfenstein series makes its comeback with the first next-gen title, The New Order, after a break of over five years between game releases. Since then rust took over most of our weapons, after being stored for almost half of a decade in our humble houses and the taste for Nazi blood has almost reached its climax […]

Tales From Space: Mutant Blobs Attack!!! Review

by Maggie Wilandon June 27, 2014
This past week, I was able to download “Tales From Space: Mutant Blobs Attack!!!” or, as it’s also known, “Our title is too fucking long”. I actually was very interested in this game because this sort of thing is right up my alley. Being a girl who grew up playing side scrolling puzzle platformers, I […]