Posts Tagged ‘review’
Blazblue Cross Tag Battle Review

BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle Review

by Justin Jon June 14, 2018
You can’t escape from crossing fate, but how does Blazblue Cross Tag Battle fair out?   Blazblue Cross Tag Battle has been no stranger to controversy leading up to its release. Between questioning the price of the base game, putting half the roaster behind a paywall, and the price of the collector’s edition compared to […]


Battletech Review (Steam)

by Todd Blackon May 4, 2018
I’ll be fully honest here, I only loosely knew of BattleTech before playing it, and I was not a part of the gaming generation that grew up on the tabletop version of the game or the MechWarrior titles that were out on console. So, I honestly went into this game with an open mind and a […]

Wulverblade (Xbox One) Review

by Nathan Gibsonon February 10, 2018
The side scrolling beat ‘em up was one of the most popular types of game in the early history of gaming. Consoles had a steady stream of these games releasing every year while arcades were dominated by the genre. Despite this early success, beat ‘em ups have largely fell out of favor in recent times […]

Battlestar Galactica: Deadlock Review

by Nathan Gibsonon February 9, 2018
Battlestar Galactica: Deadlock is a turn-based space strategy game set in the same universe as the 2000’s reboot of the iconic television series. Although it essentially takes place in the same world, Deadlock is by necessity not focused on the events of the television series. This would be impossible considering how the human race has […]

FIFA 18 Review

by Nathan Gibsonon October 21, 2017
One of the main questions that footballing fans want answered every year is whether the latest installment of FIFA (FIFA 18) will be better, or worse, than the new Pro Evolution Soccer entry. It’s a fierce annual debate that leaves players split between the two sides. Typically it comes down to whether you prefer a […]

Maize Review

by Nathan Gibsonon October 15, 2017
Maize is one of the most difficult games to explain to someone else who has never played it. It is essentially a first-person adventure game with a touch of Monty Python-inspired comedy. Following a misunderstanding between a group of researchers and government officials, a crop of sentient corn is created and it is your job […]

Vigilantes (Steam Early Access) Review

by Todd Blackon October 6, 2017
Before we start it should be noted that Vigilantes is a Steam Early Access game, we are reviewing it base don the merits of the game itself and not as a finished product as of yet. Vigilantes is a clear callback to some of the games of the 90’s, specifically XCOM and the original Fallout. […]

The Solus Project (PS4) Review

by Nathan Gibsonon September 26, 2017
The Solus Project begins as many other survival games do. You are the lone survivor on an alien planet, bearing the responsibility for finding a new home for the rest of humanity away from Earth. It has two distinct gameplay sections, focusing on exploring the world around you and solving puzzles that pose as obstacles […]

Oh…Sir!! The Insult Simulator (Xbox One) Review

by Nathan Gibsonon September 18, 2017
Oh…Sir!! The Insult Simulator is one of those rare breed of games that is not only attempting to be enjoyable to play but also funny. It is a difficult balance that very few titles have ever managed to achieve. Yet, that has stopped Vile Monarch from attempting to do exactly that in the form of […]

Pillars of Eternity: Complete Edition (Xbox One) Review

by Nathan Gibsonon September 14, 2017
While the classic RPG might have been somewhat crowded out of the consoles space in recent times due to a focus more on first-person shooters, open-world sandbox games, and more action-orientated role-playing games, there has been a slight resurgence in recent times. Diablo 3 and the Wasteland 2 have shown there is certainly a market […]

Observer (Xbox One) Review

by Nathan Gibsonon September 13, 2017
The survival horror genre has gone through a big revival in the last few years after seemingly disappearing from the landscape completely. It is a genre where smaller developers, like Bloober Team, have been able to experiment and release games such as Layers of Fear. Taking everything they learned from that release, the studio has […]

Madden 18 (Xbox One) Review

by Nathan Gibsonon September 9, 2017
The yearly release of Madden has become such a traditional part of gaming that many people purchase the latest game without even thinking about it. It is a franchise that has often gone through phases of very slight improvements and then major wholesale changes. This year’s Madden 18 sits comfortably in the middle, improving upon […]