E3 2019 Hands-on: The Riftbreaker

If there's one thing that attending multiple E3 and PAX West expos has taught me, it's that the Polish indie games scene is thriving. Over the past few years, both expos have had a booth dedicated to titles coming from a country that isn't exactly the first place that comes to mind when one thinks about gaming (aside from CD Projekt Red, probably). Read More

Review: Judgment (PS4)

When something makes money, making more titles available to their audience only makes sense. Since Sega has been remaking and adding new entries to Kazuma Kiryu's story for modern consoles, players (including myself) were happy to see his gritty journey from low-ranking yakuza to makeshift father figure come to fruition midway through 2018. Read More

E3 2019 Hands-on: Sayonara Wild Hearts

"A Pop Album Video Game." That was the first description I had heard of Sayonara Wild Hearts back when the game's initial trailer debuted during the 2018 Game Awards. Of course, that's because that's the first line the trailer opens up with, and after going hands-on with the game, I can see where developers Simogo are coming from with that description. Read More