Review | Watch Dogs 2

by David Pooleon November 30, 2016
Ubisoft has an interesting reputation when it comes to new IPs. They tend to release a AAA title that gets a lot of hype, and often times, the game doesn’t live up to the hype. Despite not meeting the expectations of tons of fans, the potential for these titles is unmistakable. Assassin’s Creed is a […]

Review | Trillion: God of Destruction (Steam)

by Charlie Grammeron November 25, 2016
Trillion: God of Destruction arrived on Steam in October, asking PC players if they can take down an enormous boss with a trillion hit points. It has already received its answer from PlayStation Vita gamers, as well as several PC gamers by now, but what do you believe, if you haven’t yet taken on the challenge? […]

Review | Batman: The Telltale Series – Episode Four: Guardian of Gotham

by David Pooleon November 25, 2016
Telltale Games is getting close to wrapping up their first Batman story with the penultimate episode of the the season. Episode Four: Guardian of Gotham, starts to focus on what will surely be an exciting climax, though it’s clear that Telltale also wanted to use this episode to plant seeds for future installments. What most […]


Review | Super Dungeon Bros (PS4)

by Charlie Grammeron November 24, 2016
Super Dungeon Bros offers up a new and silly element to the co-op dungeon crawler genre, but will this element be enough to keep your attention all the way through? Story The story behind Super Dungeon Bros is quite simple. The four Bros, or Broettes, are all named after rock icons and are partying one day. They decide […]

Review | Xanadu Next (PC)

by Charlie Grammeron November 23, 2016
Xanadu Next is a title that is a decade old now, but, aside from a release on the N-Gage, has not been playable outside of Japan until now. How will the aged title feel? Story You are placed in the role of one of a few remaining knights who aren’t exactly welcomed any longer. In the […]


Review | Exile’s End (PS4)

by Charlie Grammeron November 21, 2016
We’ve recently had the chance to check out the PlayStation 4 version of Exile’s End, a Metroidvania title that doesn’t claim the genre. How well will it fit the retro classification, and is it actually worth your time to play? Story The game places you in the role of a mercenary dispatched to investigate the disappearance of […]

Review | Nobunaga’s Ambition: Sphere of Influence – Ascension (PS4)

by Charlie Grammeron November 18, 2016
Having recently checked out Nobunaga’s Ambition: Sphere of Influence – Ascension, is it worth your time? Story The narrative of the title is quite straightforward. You will progress through history, starting out with a small region as you gradually increase your power and land. And though the game does offer you quests which will progress the story […]

Review | Corpse Party (3DS)

by Charlie Grammeron November 14, 2016
Having checked out the Vita and Steam versions of the title, we were recently given the chance to experience Corpse Party on the Nintendo 3DS. Story The story is rather simple. A group of students have decided to perform a send off to a classmate who is moving away. This send off is through a Sachiko […]


Review | Loading Human Chapter 1 (PlayStation)

by Charlie Grammeron November 14, 2016
We were recently able to check out Loading Human: Chapter 1, a new virtual reality game for the PlayStation VR. Before we begin, it is to be noted that developers are currently learning as they go, and virtual reality gaming is still in its infancy, so some issues are to be expected. That said, can Loading Human: Chapter […]

Review | World of Final Fantasy

by David Pooleon November 11, 2016
When Square-Enix announced World of Final Fantasy at E3 last year, it was meant to be a celebration of the iconic series. Giving many of the well known characters throughout the years a “chibi” style makeover, the game definitely didn’t focus on utilizing the power of the hardware. Instead, it focused on creating an accessible […]

Gaming With Killatia Titanfall 2 Review

by killatiaon November 7, 2016
Today on Gaming With Killatia we take a look at Respawn Entertainment’s latest fps Titanfall 2! Not just an improvement over its predecessor but it also add in a nice beefy single player campaign as well. How does it fair when games like Battlefield One also wants your game time? Titanfall 2 was played on […]