Review | Dynasty Warriors: Godseekers (PS4)

by Charlie Grammeron February 14, 2017
KOEI TECMO has recently given us a chance to check out their new strategy role-playing title, Dynasty Warriors: Godseekers. Series fans will recall that Omega Force had experimented with the genre in the past, but how will the most recent attempt fare? Will it successfully blend the elements that series fans and strategy RPG gamers love, […]

Review | Atelier Shallie Plus: Alchemists of the Dusk Sea (PlayStation Vita)

by Charlie Grammeron February 9, 2017
Having completed another Atelier title, it’s time for the corresponding review. How will the third entry in the Dusk trilogy fare? Will it be better or worse on the PlayStation Vita? Story Atelier Shallie Plus: Alchemists of the Dusk Sea tells the tale of two heroines who share the same nickname of Shallie. First up is the alchemist […]

Review | Resident Evil VII: Biohazard

by David Pooleon February 8, 2017
Reinventing the wheel isn’t always easy to do with a video game franchise, as many tried and true formulas don’t always translate with the conversion process. Sometimes it works fantastically, like Metroid to Metroid: Prime, or Final Fantasy to Final Fantasy: Tactics. Other times it doesn’t exactly work, often being left as a one-off experiment […]

Gaming With Killatia Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Mega Battle Review

by killatiaon January 21, 2017
Today on Gaming With Killatia we take a look at Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Mega Battle for the ps4 and xbox one. This is a digital only game that take a unique take on the cheesy but classic 1993 tv series that took the world by storm! Hows does it play as a downloadable beat’em […]

Review | Elgato Game Capture HD60 and HD60 S

by Josh Boykinon January 19, 2017
Streaming and recording is a full-fledged part of the gaming ecosystem. Getting the right tools to capture your gaming is key to a fun, stress-free experience. This is where tools like the Elgato Game Capture HD60 and Game Capture HD60 S come in. These external capture cards process gameplay for recording or streaming via computer. Combined […]

Review | Fate/EXTELLA: The Umbral Star (PS4)

by Charlie Grammeron January 18, 2017
A new title borrowing heavily from the Warriors games has been released, known as Fate/EXTELLA: The Umbral Star. This title aims to please both fans of the series and fans of the Warriors series, but will it succeed in doing either? Story Fate/EXTELLA is the sequel to Fate/EXTRA, which was released on the PSP, and takes place after the Holy Grail War has […]

Review | Rise & Shine (PC)

by Josh Boykinon January 17, 2017
Adult Swim Games has a track record for publishing slick, polished platformers. Super House of Dead Ninjas stays in my playlist, and and Super Puzzle Platformer Deluxe blends Tetris Attack-style block matching with a shooter in ways I can’t help but love.  You can add Rise & Shine by Super Awesome Hyper Dimensional Mega Team to […]

Review | The Walking Dead: The Telltale Series – A New Frontier: Episode 1 and 2

by David Pooleon December 29, 2016
It’s been over two years since Telltale Games left fans in suspense on what would happen next in their critically acclaimed The Walking Dead series. Within that time, they’ve had a chance to experience telling multiple stories across different universes, utilizing characters that they’ve created themselves as well as iconic heroes like Batman. They’ve also […]

Review | Shantae: Half-Genie Hero (PS4)

by Charlie Grammeron December 23, 2016
We’ve had a chance to check out Shantae: Half-Genie Hero after its successful Kickstarter campaign. For those unaware, this series has been one that only survived thanks to the passion and love of its creators and its fans. The first game was released in 2002 for the Game Boy Color in limited quantites. Capcom subsequently cancelled […]

Review | Overcooked (PC, PS4, XB1)

by Josh Boykinon December 22, 2016
Local multiplayer never quite feels the same online as it does in-person: all the energy of the game feels amped up when you’re playing next to real people. Ghost Town Games’ Overcooked captures that energy and throws it into a fast-paced, hectic restaurant kitchen: you and up to three other friends work together to make meals while […]

Review | Senran Kagura Bon Appétit (PC)

by Charlie Grammeron December 21, 2016
Senran Kagura Bon Appétit is a rhythm game that features all of the clothes-ripping, fan-service humor of the Senran Kagura series and mixes it up to create a rather unique game. But does “Unique” actually mean it will be any good? Story The storyline is pretty simple. Old man Hanzo wishes to see some gorgeous ladies develop their culinary […]