Review | Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE

by Adam Larckon July 22, 2016
When I first heard of the collaboration of Persona and Fire Emblem, I pictured something with Fire Emblem gameplay with characters from both universes meeting. What we got is something more akin to a Persona title, which actually ended up being better. While Persona 5 may still be hal...

Review | Overwatch

by Adam Larckon July 21, 2016
Blizzard knows how important balancing can be. They constantly try to do their best with balancing issues in StarCraft and World of Warcraft. Now, Blizzard has started trying to balance first person shooters. Overwatch started with 21 heroes to choose from, each of which has perfect scenarios to be used in, with al...

Review | Romance of the Three Kingdoms XIII (PS4)

by Charlie Grammeron July 20, 2016
KOEI Tecmo gave us the chance to check out the newest entry in the popular franchise that dates back to 1985; Romance of the Three Kingdoms XIII. Previous titles earned a great number of fans, but will XIII manage to keep this fan base? Story The story mode, pres...


Review | Megadimension Neptunia VII (PC)

by Charlie Grammeron July 17, 2016
We’d previously reviewed the PlayStation 4 version of Megadimension Neptunia VII, and now we’ve had the chance to check out the Steam version. Will it feel better suited to PC than PlayStation 4? Story A quick refresher for those who either aren’t familiar...

Review | Crush Your Enemies (PC, iOS)

by Josh Boykinon July 13, 2016
Crush Your Enemies is basically about one thing: crushing your enemies as quickly as possible. I played a sampling of the game at this year’s E3, but now I’ve been able to take some time with the full enemy crushing experience. It’s streamlined real-time strategy at its...

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Super Mario World Review | Secrets – H4G Reviews

by hard4gameson July 9, 2016
H4G Reviews debuts with a pants-down (optional) exploration of Super Mario World, one of the defining classics of the Super Nintendo. Did you know that the Forest of Illusion is a metaphor for female anatomy? Were you aware, that at the time this g...

Review | Umbrella Corps

by David Pooleon July 7, 2016
Resident Evil is a pretty iconic series when it comes to the video game industry, with many hits in the franchise that helped redefine genres. Though there are many successful entries, there are still a handful of titles that just don’t really work. Umbrella Corps is one such title, a multiplayer fo...

Review | Full Mojo Rampage (PS4)

by Charlie Grammeron July 4, 2016
Full Mojo Rampage, which has been available on Steam for more than a year now, has made the jump to console, bringing the voodoo-inspired roguelike to console. How will it hold up? Story The story of Full Mojo Rampage is quite simple, as it follows a voodoo apprentice completing various qu...

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Review | OpTic Gaming: The Making of eSports Champions

by Josh Boykinon July 3, 2016
It’s odd to think about a book that covers video gaming history but isn’t retro. This particularly feels weird when thought of in terms of eSports, since organized video game competitions aren’t exactly new. The business of eSports team development is ...

Moshi Avanti On-ear Headphones — A Closer Look

by Steve Masterson June 30, 2016
At a recent Pepcom event,  I got a chance to look at the new products from Moshi.   Check out the video here: A few weeks later, I received a demo unit for the Moshi Avanti headphones to review.   The packaging alone is very cool.  Magical magnetized box flap,...

Review | The Technomancer (PS4)

by Charlie Grammeron June 28, 2016
Spiders and Focus Home Interactive gave us a chance to check out the newly released RPG, The Technomancer, on PlayStation 4. Will it carve its own niche into the genre, or will it fall flat? Story The Technomancer takes place on Mars as you take control of Zachariah, a new initiate into the Tech...