Review | Dark Souls 3

by Adam Larckon May 4, 2016
After a sequel that irritated many series purists and a sidetrack into the Bloodborne universe, Dark Souls has made its return with the third series. While the core mechanics may relatively be the same as the first entry in the series, there have been plenty of refinements to Dark Souls 3 to make the series […]
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Review | Corpse Party

by Charlie Grammeron May 2, 2016
Team GrisGris and XSEED Games were recently excited to bring Corpse Party to Steam once again. This version is a translated port of Corpse Party: Bloodcovered, which was released in Japan in 2008. How well does the game hold up after so many years? Story One night, a group of Japanese high school students are hanging out in their […]
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Review | Melty Blood Actress Again Current Code

by Charlie Grammeron May 2, 2016
We were given the chance to check out the final installment in the Melty blood franchise, titled Melty Blood Actress Again Current Code. How well does the fighter from Arc System Works hold up? Story Melty Blood is inspired by the visual novel series known as Tsukihime, which hasn’t officially been released in North America. That said, there are English patches […]


Review | Hyperdevotion Noire: Goddess Black Heart (PC)

by Charlie Grammeron May 2, 2016
A little over a year ago, we reviewed the PlayStation Vita version of Idea Factory’s tactical RPG spin-off of the Hyperdimension Neptunia series, Hyperdevotion Noire: Goddess Black Heart. They went on, late last year, to announce that they will be bringing the game to PC. Since we did cover the title when it originally arrived on the […]
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Gaming With Killatia Star Fox Zero

by killatiaon May 2, 2016
Its been 20 years since Star Fox 64 came out in the N64, and its been nearly 20 years since we had a fantastic Star Fox Experience. Is Star Fox Zero a return to form? Youtube Channel: Facebook: Twitter: Patreon: Website:


Review | Ratchet and Clank

by Adam Larckon April 26, 2016
It’s been a long-time coming, but Ratchet and Clank are back. Sure, it may be kind of a reboot, but there’s still plenty of new content to bring fans of the series back for some random destruction.   The game immediately starts off lighthearted, poking fun at itself as Captain Qwark tells the story of […]
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Gaming With Killatia Dead Star

by killatiaon April 25, 2016
What do you get when you combine a twin stick shooter with moba style gameplay? You get Dead Star on the PS4 and PC! Youtube Channel: Facebook: Twitter: Patreon: Website:

Review | Kingdom Hearts: Unchained χ

by David Pooleon April 19, 2016
Kingdom Hearts is a pretty convoluted series at this point, with roughly eight games in the franchise. Kingdom Hearts III has been a long awaited sequel, one that fans have been incredibly patient for to the point where any news that gets announced gives the fans something to salivate over. Square-Enix continues this trend of […]


Review | Albino Lullaby Episode 1

by Charlie Grammeron April 17, 2016
Ape Law recently released their psychological “no gore, no jumpscare” horror game, Albino Lullaby Episode 1 on Steam VR as a launch title. They let us check out the game, and a burning question remained in our minds; How scary can a game without gore or jumpscares truly be? Story Albino Lullaby begins with scenes showing a burning […]
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Review | Stranger of Sword City (Vita)

by Charlie Grammeron April 15, 2016
Stranger of Sword City, the new title from Experience Inc., aims to provide an engaging dungeon crawler that will sap up much of your time, even if you are a veteran of this genre.  Known for their previous title, including Demon Gaze and Operation Abyss, they are no stranger to the genre, but how will their newest release […]
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Review | Corsair M65 Pro gaming mouse

by Charlie Grammeron April 15, 2016
Corsair recently gave us the chance to check out their M65 Pro, which is an updated version of the Corsair M65 RGB gaming mouse that had been specifically designed for First-Person Shooters. It makes quite a few boasts in terms of customization for FPS games and performance, but will it live up to these boasts? […]