15 Aug 2017

Review: Original Journey

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
30 May 2017

Review: Samurai Warriors: Spirit of Sanada

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.
14 May 2017

Review: Yooka-Laylee

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,