Reviews
-
LATEST ARTICLES
 

Review | The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel (PC)

by Charlie Grammeron August 15, 2017
We reviewed the PlayStation Vita version of the title before, and recently we’ve gotten our hands on the PC port of The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel. How does the port hold up? Story The game’s main character is one Rean Schwarzer, who has recently decided to attend Thors Military Academy in an […]

Review | Flip Wars

by David Pooleon August 14, 2017
Nintendo has had a pretty solid stable of games released for their popular Nintendo Switch console. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, Arms, among others have released in the past five months to make the Switch a pretty notable console for first party software. Even Snipperclips, an eShop exclusive, […]

Gaming With Killatia Superdimension Neptune Vs Sega Hard Girls Review

by killatiaon August 13, 2017
Ever wonder what it would be like if Sega consoles went to war with the Goddess of Planetune? Well lets find out as killatia reviews Superdimension Neptune Vs Sega Hard Girls for thwe PSvita, also available on the PC Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/killatia2 Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/killatia Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Killatia Twitter: https://twitter.com/killatia Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/killatia Website: http://www.killatia.com/

Review | Batman: The Enemy Within – Episode One: The Enigma

by David Pooleon August 10, 2017
Last year, Telltale Games announced that they were going to be making a Batman game, allowing fans to step into either the shoes of Bruce Wayne, or the cowl of Batman. It was a fantastic way to introduce familiar characters with a unique twist. Telltale expertly crafted new backstories and new personalities, and that made […]

Review | Archangel (PS4)

by Charlie Grammeron August 4, 2017
Having recently been able to acquire a PlayStation VR, I was also granted the chance to check out the new mech VR game, Archangel. It promises a captivating story as you pilot a mech that’s about six stories tall, but can it live up to the promises it made? Story The title follows the story […]

Review | The Town of Light (PS4)

by Charlie Grammeron July 19, 2017
We have had the chance to check out a new psychological horror title known as The Town of Light. This follows a schizophrenic girl named Renée as she explores the asylum she was kept in when she was  younger. Will her tale be an interesting one, or will it simply fall flat? Story As noted, you take […]

Review | Rising Storm 2: Vietnam (PC)

by Charlie Grammeron July 13, 2017
Tripwire and Antimatter Games have recently unleashed their 64-player title, Rising Storm 2: Vietnam. This title is purely multiplayer, so, unlike most reviews I usually do, there won’t really be a story section. Instead we’ll dive right into the gameplay; How well does the title hold up? Gameplay The title attempts to be utterly relentless as […]

Review | Drifting Lands (PC)

by Josh Boykinon July 10, 2017
For a while in the mid-2000s, the big trend was “RPG-elements.” Introducing experience points, leveling up, and increasing stats seems like an “easy” way to boost the life of any game. Balancing the quest for better loot and the core gameplay takes a special touch though, and Alkemi’s Drifting Lands found it. A complex loot […]

Review | Victor Vran: Overkill Edition (PS4)

by Charlie Grammeron June 27, 2017
We’ve had a chance to check out the dungeon crawler known as Victor Vran: Overkill Ediiton, which aims to provide a solid experience on PlayStation 4 after receiving positive reviews on PC. How will this version hold up? Let’s dive into the game’s world and find out. Story You take control of Victor Vran, a […]

Review | Kingdom Hearts Orchestra World Tour breathes new life into series for fans

by Josh Boykinon June 26, 2017
Square Enix’s release of Kingdom Hearts in 2002 instantly captivated an audience. Mashing up Disney and Final Fantasy characters, the franchise’s fame grows with every new game, manga, and anime. Now, while waiting for Kingdom Hearts III, there’s a new experience for fans to share: Kingdom Hearts Orchestra World Tour. The 2+ hour performance showcases […]

Review | Arms

by David Pooleon June 17, 2017
Nintendo first showed off the Nintendo Switch back in January, using a special presentation to deliver more information for the console. During that time, they made a few announcements related to various first party software, including games like Splatoon 2, and Mario Kart 8 Deluxe. Of those announcements, one was announced with a live-action trailer, […]