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

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

PC, PS Vita, PS4, Reviews, Switch, XONE

Set your sails to a great action JRPG experience in Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana  

Finding a good JRPG to play nowadays isn’t as easy as one would imagine. Although there’s no drought of games to dive into, it’s still relatively hard to find a franchise to stick to. Especially one that consistently puts out quality entries, games that are not only fun, but also give enough reason to keep… Continue reading Set your sails to a great action JRPG experience in Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana  

Reviews, Switch

20XX is a Mega Man game in almost everything but name

If jumping like Mega Man, shooting like Mega Man and sorta looking like Mega Man were enough for Capcom to slap a Mega Man name on 20XX, they totally would. Outside of a key gameplay difference, Batterystaple Games and Fire Hose Games’ newest Switch release plays exactly like a 2D side scrolling Blue Bomber outing,… Continue reading 20XX is a Mega Man game in almost everything but name

PC, PS4, Reviews, Switch, XONE

Relive the very best (and worst) of Street Fighter in the 30th Anniversary Collection

If there’s one thing Capcom has been known for over the years, it’s for having a knack for re-releasing their games. Be it with the numerous tweaked versions of Street Fighter II in the 1990s or the later enhanced ports of the original Resident Evil, it’s safe to say that they really count on their… Continue reading Relive the very best (and worst) of Street Fighter in the 30th Anniversary Collection

Reviews, Switch

Please wake me up, I don’t want to Dream Alone

It’s a funny thing to comment on repeated game design notions when it comes to reviewing games. Even more so when the same notion can be used to either compliment or criticize any particular game. I always feel like I’m repeating myself when I talk about how trial and error is used as a gameplay… Continue reading Please wake me up, I don’t want to Dream Alone

E3 2018, PC, Previews, PS4, Switch, XONE

E3 2018: Mega Man 11 looks like the series revival fans have been waiting for

It’s been a few rough years for Mega Man fans. Between the lack of actual new releases from Capcom to the disappointing Mighty No. 9 which was put together by former series’ producer Kenji Inafune, the Blue Bomber has seen better days. Sure, Capcom’s work on making sure that his previous outings are readily available… Continue reading E3 2018: Mega Man 11 looks like the series revival fans have been waiting for