A Pixel Story Review

A trip down memory lane? Well, not exactly, but A Pixel Story does take you for a ride through different generations of Pixelation. I got the chance to review this game, and I took it without hesitation. I enjoy a good platformer, and A Pixel Story promised to deliver this …

Review – Attack on Titan (PS4)

Attack on Titan (PS4) is an almost shot-for-shot remake of the popular TV show based on the popular Manga series. It focuses on the story’s main characters as they battle giant humanoids called Titans. It’s an excellent game whether you’re a fan of the series or not.

Review – Ratchet & Clank (PS4)

I know what you’re probably thinking, “Ratchet & Clank has been around forever! You’re just now getting around to playing it?!” Well, the short answer is: yes. For whatever reason I just never got around to playing any of the many Ratchet & Clank games. It certainly wasn’t on purpose, …

Super Mario Run Review

Bringing the most recognizable video game character to the largest audience seems like a “no-brainer” for Nintendo. Honestly, I never thought it would happen, especially while Nintendo was still in the console business. But, we have now Super Mario Run in our hands. The game is an auto-running side-scroller where the …

Review: Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture (PS4)

I have to admit, I haven’t played many indie games in my time, but the ones that I have played I’ve thoroughly enjoyed. One such game stands out among the rest, and that game is Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture. It is more than just a game; It’s a piece of …

The Last Guardian Review

The Last Guardian, a game that was originally announced for the PS3 back in February 2007 in an article from Famitsu, almost ten years later is finally here. The big question, and one I hope to answer in this review: Was ten years long enough?

Darksiders Warmastered Edition Review

Recently, I finished my play through of Darksiders Warmastered Edition for the Xbox One. The Darksiders series brought us to a post-apocalyptic setting where the end of the world has come and gone, humans are dried up prunes in the street and the armies of heaven and hell wander unchecked.

Headlander Review

I had no idea what to expect when the code for Headlander appeared in my inbox. But, I know that I didn’t expect a floating head trying to save mankind. The game is set in a retro-scientific world that is inspired by 70’s science fiction. People of this future have decided …