Review: Life is Strange: Episode 3 – Photographic Memory

Appropriately enough, the subtitle of Square Enix and Dontnod Entertainment’s Life is Strange: Episode 3 permeates throughout the story of Maxine and Chloe where memory and rewinding the past come together. ...Read More

Review: Xenoblade Chronicles X (Japanese Version) – The Greatest Battle For Humanity

Being a huge fan of Xenoblade Chornicles, I was pretty excited when this game was first announced back in 2013 during the year’s first Nintendo Direct. I knew ...Read More

Review: Wolfenstein: The Old Blood – It’s Raining Nazis

Last year Wolfenstein: The New Order made killing Nazis fun again. It put us in an alternate history where we lost the war and suffered a massive invasion. ...Read More

Review: The Awakened Fate Ultimatum – Somewhere Between Heaven and Hell

The Awakened Fate Ultimatum arrived as a PS3 exclusive sequel to 2013’s JRPG The Guided Fate Paradox, although the premises seem mostly unrelated. ...Read More

New Limited Edtion Last of Us, God of War, and Bloodborne Lithographs Go Up for Pre-Order on the PlayStation Gear Store

The newly launched PlayStation Gear Store is slowly adding more and more to its digital shelves as time goes on. ...Read More

Review: I am Bread – WE ARE BREAD

Finally, a bread based simulator I can get behind. I Am Bread comes from Bossa Studios, who is no stranger to comedic simulators. This is the same team ...Read More

Review: Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor 2: Record Breaker – The Demons Lay Waste to the Land

Seven days to save your friends. Seven days to rid the world of demons and the mystery behind their appearance. Seven days to save the world from the threat of destruction. ...Read More

Review: Story of Seasons – Life Is Like a Farm

In Story of Seasons, the protagonist has the chance to start a new live as a farm boy or girl, as they become bored with city life. When ...Read More

Review: Ys VI: The Ark of Napishtim – Rediscover an Action RPG Classic

It’s been ages since I’ve played a JRPG, especially since I rarely dabbled in the genre as a child; the only JRPGs I remember playing then was Mega ...Read More

Review: Oddworld: New ‘N’ Tasty! – Second Helpings

In any art form, the bonafide “classics” of a genre can be declared a classic for a number of reasons. Whether it’s particular visual elements that were striking ...Read More

Review: Shovel Knight – Can You Dig It?

The early days of video gaming, back in the late-80s/early 90s, conjures a particular sense of nostalgia that few other time periods can create. ...Read More

Review: Mortal Kombat X – Settle It In Kombat

The Mortal Kombat series has come a long way since its first released in 1992. I have so many childhood memories playing this title back in the arcades ...Read More

Review: Etrian Mystery Dungeon – Two Franchises That Merge Like Peanut Butter and Jelly

Within the beautiful landscape of Aslarga resides the home of the Mystery Dungeons — complex and dangerous labyrinths whose structure changes with each new venture inside. ...Read More

Review: Toukiden: Kiwami – A Vast Improvement Over Its Predecessor

Toukiden Kiwami is the expansion to Toukiden: The Age of Demon, an action RPG released in 2014 for the PS Vita. ...Read More

Review: Resident Evil Revelations 2: Episode Four – Smaller is Better

The final Episode of Resident Evil Revelations 2 ends the only way it should — with giant gooey monsters, family drama and rocket launchers. ...Read More

Review: Life is Strange: Episode 2 – Not Your Average Girl

At the end of Life is Strange‘s first episode, “Chrysalis,” protagonist Max Caulfield and her friend, the rebellious Chloe, found themselves at a crossroads — overlooking the scenic ...Read More

Review: Bloodborne – Near-Perfection Is an Addictive Mix of Pleasure and Pain

When Demon’s Souls was released back in 2009, it struggled to find a foothold in the market. Its own original publisher, Sony, clumsily failed to see its potential, ...Read More

Review: Xenoblade Chronicles 3D – Now It’s Reyn Time!

Bionis and Mechonis, the two great titans, appeared in this world as suddenly as a bubble bursting, locked in single combat with their very existence at stake. ...Read More

Review: Ori and the Blind Forest – A Beautiful, Colorful and Emotional Story

Being a big fan of 2D platformers and open-minded about indie games, when Ori and the Blind Forest was announced back in E3 2014, it instantly caught my attention. ...Read More

Review: Atelier Shallie: Alchemists of the Dusk Sea – A Step Forward For the Series

The latest title in the long-running Atelier series of JRPGs is the PS3 exclusive Atelier Shallie: Alchemists of the Dusk Sea. ...Read More

Review: Final Fantasy Type-0 HD – Welcome to Class Zero

Being a fan of Final Fantasy Type-0 ever since it first released on PSP in Japan back in 2011, I was quite excited when Square Enix announced an HD Remaster for current-gen consoles during E3 2014. ...Read More

Review: Game of Thrones: Episode 3 – Mother of Dragons

As Game of Thrones and the A Song of Ice and Fire series have been so well known for, alliances and loyalties are merely pieces in the series’ ever-changing chessboard. ...Read More

Review: Tales from the Borderlands: Episode 2 – You Don’t Know Jack

This March has been a big month for Borderlands fans — plenty of new content both expected and unexpected has been announced for several titles in the series, ...Read More

Review: Bladestorm: Nightmare – Joan of Ugh

I’m not what you call a history buff but I’m pretty sure that Joan of Arc did not lead an army of demons during the Hundred Years’ War. ...Read More

Review: Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number – The Sound of Violence

Bursting into the room with hyper-stylized visuals, a pulsating and hypnotic soundtrack, and possibly the most graphic violence ever to be experienced in a video game, Hotline Miami ...Read More

Review: Resident Evil Revelations 2: Episode Three – Highs and Lows

Coming directly after episode two’s cliffhanger, can the penultimate episode of Resident Evil Revelations 2 keep up the momentum? ...Read More

Review: Mario Party 10 – It’s My Party and I’ll Cry (Hysterically) If I Want To

Mario Party. The minigame based series that many gamers bemoan and begrudge during its latest iteration’s release, before resigning to torturing themselves with more low-down, dirty bouts to ...Read More

Review: Code Name: S.T.E.A.M. – Letting Off Some Steam

While Nintendo has produced arguably some of the most iconic characters and franchises in gaming, such as Mario, The Legend of Zelda, Pokemon, and numerous others that have ...Read More

Review: Mario vs. Donkey Kong: Tipping Stars – A Star-Studded Micro Game

Mario vs. Donkey Kong: Tipping Stars is the sixth entry in the Mario vs. Donkey series. As such, Nintendo has decided to add in some fun social elements to the title to liven things up. ...Read More

Review: Dead or Alive 5 Last Round – Beautiful Brawlers: Now Softer and In 60 FPS

Last Round is the final update to fighting game Dead or Alive 5 which adds new stages from previous installments, costumes and characters, giving this the largest selection in a Dead or Alive game to date. ...Read More