After 12 hours of waving around a magic twig and making adorable monsters fight, Meghan gives her thoughts on Ni No Kuni.
Don P. takes a tour across the Pacific Ocean in his review of Damage Inc. Pacific Squadron WWII.
For a short period of time, Rock Band (or Guitar Hero) was a reason to get together and have a party. There was nothing better than a night that consisted of a case of beer and a few fools pretending… Read More »
Chris of Retrocore reviews the awesomeness that is Retro/Grade.
The original Darksiders took gamers by surprise in 2010, delivering a solid adventure from an unproven developer in the typically cold, barren month of January. It was essentially a blatant Legend of Zelda rip-off that separated itself with dark fantasy,… Read More »
Nearly a decade ago, Madden was a magical franchise. I would play it for hours on end, obsessing over franchises that lasted long after the players from the actual NFL had retired. I’d curse Michael Vick’s elusiveness, while trying to… Read More »
Papo & Yo is a haunting leap through a child’s imagination using symbolism as its prime mechanic. The game starts off with you, Quico, a young boy hiding in the closet as a chalk drawing appears on the wall. Quico… Read More »
The idea of pirates merging with the action RPG world sounds great and Risen 2 sets out to do just that. However, despite the fun story line and catchy one liners, it just isn’t executed quite right. It always feels like Risen 2 is missing something even though I enjoyed my time with it…
The third episode sees Don and Tony discussing Sleeping Dogs, Hero Academy and Tower Wars.
Vagary.tv reviews United Front Games’ Sleeping Dogs, the spiritual successor to the True Crime games.