PC, PS4, Reviews, Switch

The Gardens Between is a breezy time travelling journey that’s well worth taking

Games that reward your time are few and far between nowadays. With a mountain of grind-heavy collect-a-ton experiences out there, so when a short but extremely sweet game like The Gardens Between comes along, it’s bound to raise some eyebrows. It’s a puzzler that plays with time travelling and doesn’t go too out of its… Continue reading The Gardens Between is a breezy time travelling journey that’s well worth taking

PC, PS4, Reviews, XONE

Divinity: Original Sin 2 Definitive Edition is a great pick up for console RPG aficionados

Translating tailor-made computer games to consoles is a difficult task, as the many attempts to bring those tried and true titles to another platform over the years that have turned out to be less than stellar can attest to. So it comes as a big surprise that Larian Studios’ Divinity: Original Sin 2 made such… Continue reading Divinity: Original Sin 2 Definitive Edition is a great pick up for console RPG aficionados

PS4, Reviews

Years later, Yakuza 2 is still one hell of a game as Yakuza Kiwami 2 proves

It’s really hard to separate the Yakuza series from my personal history with videogames. What began with a curious look at a weird Japanese game a college friend of mine brought to campus one day eventually spanned over a decade of playing its numerous sequels and prequel, and now it’s come so far as having… Continue reading Years later, Yakuza 2 is still one hell of a game as Yakuza Kiwami 2 proves

PS4, Reviews

Overcooked 2 is stressful as heck and I love it

It started off easy enough: Just make pasta. Everything was going pretty well, if a bit disorganized. Food lay scattered across the tables and floor, ready for us to grab whenever we needed it so we wouldn't have to run back to the dispensaries. Plates with half-assembled meals lay waiting for the final piece so… Continue reading Overcooked 2 is stressful as heck and I love it

Articles, PC

You don’t need a beast of a computer to have a good time playing Monster Hunter World

In late January, Monster Hunter World already solidified its spot on my game of the year list, as I talked about in my review of its console version. Six months later, we’re finally getting to play the PC port, and to all intents and purposes, it’s looking like it’s the definitive way to play Monster… Continue reading You don’t need a beast of a computer to have a good time playing Monster Hunter World

PC, PS4, Reviews

Puzzles and mysteries await in The Spectrum Retreat

You wake up to a knock at your door. You get out of bed and open the door. A well-dressed robot stands on the other side — one of the staff members of the hotel. He informs you that you requested a wake up call at this time, and tells you that breakfast is ready… Continue reading Puzzles and mysteries await in The Spectrum Retreat

PC, PS4, Reviews, XONE

Enjoy guiltless destruction with reckless abandon in Wreckfest

Some of my fondest videogame memories come from the time when I played long-defunct Papyrus Game Group’s Indy 500 and NASCAR Racing, or Geoff Crammond’s Grand Prix on my uncle’s old 386 desktop. At that time, I didn’t own a computer, so during visits to his house to see my younger cousins, I’d load up… Continue reading Enjoy guiltless destruction with reckless abandon in Wreckfest