Tag: Review

Nov
17

Skyrim is a Testament to Open World RPGs

With the re-release of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, I’ve finally gotten a chance to play what many call the greatest Western RPG of all time. It is strange that I somehow played the previous title, Oblivion, multiple times, and actually owned […]

Sep
25

Rocket League Stretches it’s Legs with Rumble

When Rocket League first burst onto the PlayStation 4 scene back in 2015, it kind of went under my personal radar for quite some time. Even after downloading the game for free through PS Plus it just sort of sat there […]

Aug
30

Video Review – Dino Strike

Proof that just because a game is hard to come by, it doesn’t mean it’s wholly worthwhile. After several years of tracking this game down… it was completed in just an hour. Laters, Jsick

Aug
21

Free Play – A Boy and His Blob

Newest Free Play is up and ready! It’s A Boy and His Blob on the Wii! Laters, Jsick

Aug
16

What Exactly is Going on in No Man’s Sky?

It’s been over a week since the highly anticipated No Man’s Sky has released on PlayStation 4, and while the excitement around the game is still high, folks are coming down from that mountain and wondering, well, whether or not the […]

Jul
28

What Will the Future of Pokemon Go Look Like?

Pokemon Go is nothing short of a phenomenon. It has broken download records for iTunes, caused countless news stations to cover it during primetime hours, and even has folks *gasp* getting up and moving around to play it! If you’re […]

Jul
21

Rogue Legacy is the Best Kind of Dungeon Crawl

Some games choose to give you big advantages for completing a certain level or stage. Take for example the Legend of Zelda series: completing a dungeon will net you some extra health and a specific weapon or tool to assist in […]

Jul
01

Kirby’s Trip to Planet Robobot is More of the Same

After 2014’s Kirby: Triple Deluxe I was impressed with the little pink puffball. Kirby had always been a generally childish game, with simple gameplay, bright visuals, and an easy to follow storyline. For his second 3DS outing, much has stayed the […]

May
27

The Subtle Differences in Bravely Second

It’s been out for a few weeks now, and though I haven’t been enjoying it right off the bat as much as I did the first game, Square Enix’s Bravely Second has been an entertaining RPG. There wasn’t anything the game […]

May
01

I’m Simultaneously Happy and Frustrated with Star Fox Zero

Created as a weird sequel/prequel/remake for the Nintendo 64 classic Star Fox 64, this new adventure with the Star Fox team is familiar is a lot of ways. It’s the same crew, same premise, and largely the same type of gameplay. But […]