Four years have passed since our review of the Vita version of Ys: Memories of Celceta. After all this time, they’ve ported it to PC with small improvements for a wider audience.
Alexis Kennedy, one of the minds behind the famed browser title Fallen London, has a new card up his sleeve with his latest work Cultist Simulator, out now for PC on Steam, Humble Bundle, GoG, and Itch.io. Today we’ll see if it stacks up and makes the cut.
Every so often a game comes out that I wish to review not because the developer asked nicely and sent a copy, but because I am simply excited to do so. Such was the case with Omensight, by Spearhead Games for PC and PS4.
Eight years down the road Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey is back on the 3DS with a fresh coat of paint as Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey Redux.
Originally released back in 2013 for the PS3 and Vita, Dragon’s Crown is back and better than ever with Dragon’s Crown Pro for the PS4.
The Fear Effect series, which last saw a game 17 years ago, is finally getting a new entry in the series with Fear Effect Sedna by French developer Sushee. Can they recapture what made the originals so memorable? Let’s find out. The Gang’s All Here Fear Effect Sedna carries on after the events of the
Past Cure is a game that sounds good on paper. I loved the pitch of a psychological thriller combining dreams and reality with an emphasis on stealth. What I got… wasn’t quite that.
Back in 2011, acclaimed developer Atlus released Radiant Historia for the DS…and it was good. Critics loved the dark storyline and unique battle mechanics. Now, six years later, Radiant Historia has been remade for the 3DS as Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology, with new features added to the lovable classic. Lock, Stocke, and Two Smoking Timelines
Of all the review inboxes in all the websites in all the world, A Case of Distrust had to walk into mine. The sight of this dame was about as welcome as a bottle of gin on a Friday evening, but there was an air of mystery that shrouded her like a funeral shroud. I
The long running Monster Hunter series by Capcom is finally back on home consoles and more beautiful than ever. In addition to the graphical improvements, Monster Hunter World boasts a wide array of changes to the classic formula. How do they stack up? Let’s find out.
We were first approached about Portal Knights back in May of last year, and as the review team had many other projects on our hand, we declined. It is now January, and we still occasionally get emails asking if we’ve done a review for it. So on this slow news day, let’s finally discover how
In the recent trend of nostalgic indie games comes A Hat in Time, a 3D collect-a-thon platformer by Gears of Breakfast, recently released for PC. It’s adorable, it’s nostalgic, but how does it hold up? Let’s find out.
Hidden Dragon Legend is a 2.5D action game developed by Chinese indie developer MegaFun Games and published by Oasis Games for the PS4, with lovely graphics and an action-packed trailer. But how does the game itself stack up? Let’s find out.
Ys Seven is the seventh game in the popular Ys franchise, released for the PSP back in 2010. Why am I reviewing a seven year old game? Because I haven’t played it before and nobody says I can’t, that’s why! …oh, and there’s a new PC release with enhanced graphics out now on Steam.
Hand Drawn Roots As game graphics become more and more advanced, we’re seeing a growing trend in games attempting to differentiate themselves in ways other than having the most realistic high resolution graphics possible. We’ve seen a rise in retro-style pixel art, amazing works experimenting with the use of color or black & white, and
Sanada Spearheads Sengoku Strategems Sometimes the best strategy is to beat an army over the head with a massive flag. At least, in the world of Samurai Warriors: Spirit of Sanada.
A Blast to the Past Back in the late 90s, the N64 and PlayStation brought unprecedented processing power to the console market, and with it a leap into 3D. Many old genres were updated to account for the third dimension, and platforming was chief among them, with many titles like Super Mario 64, Crash Bandicoot,