A red apple fell from the sky… Over the years, I noticed that its gotten way easier to tell whether developer has made an effort to create a unique mechanic, and when they’ve just kind of added a gimmick. A gimmick is easy to spot, because it’s uses are often few and short lived, and … Continue reading Gravity Rush Remastered review.
Nefarious actions taking place within the residential area. Out of the boatload of trailers and sequels that were shown at 2017’s E3, there was one that caught my attention above many of the others. Namely, the reveal trailer for The Evil Within 2. It’s a hell of an intriguing trailer: the viscera and blood of … Continue reading The Evil Within (spoiler free) review.
Tokyo RPG Factory’s first stumbling steps as developers suffers some face plants. Man, it’s been a while since we had a nice review. It feels like we need to break up the usual feature pieces with some therapeutic game analysis. And with Square Enix announcing a new game from the fine folks at Tokyo RPG … Continue reading I am Setsuna (spoiler free) review.
“You got Wang.” - The protagonist, who happens to be called Wang, perfectly showing this game’s humour. It’s always fairly surprising when a franchise that everyone thought was already long dead comes from the brink of obscurity with a new game. It’s even more surprising when it turns out that said new game is faithful … Continue reading Quick Review! Shadow Warrior.
A review trying to hold off on bird puns. Video games, much like almost every piece of media ever devised, needs to have a hook. There has to be some element to them that draws in others, otherwise said piece of media is probably fated to fade away. This phenomenon can be seen across all … Continue reading Aviary Attorney review –
The Dragon Awakens Way back in the early 2000’s, Sega had found its stride as a game’s company. They had built themselves a respectable place among the leading game developers of the time by focusing on a worldwide, child friendly audience. This ensured they were beloved overseas as well as in their home market of … Continue reading Yakuza 0 review
So, we missed our Sunday deadline yesterday, and (even worse) the Yakuza 0 review STILL isn't finished. The latter point is more because I'm hoping to finish off the game in it's totality before reviewing, thus proving what blood massive hypocrite I am. In the mean time, here's a odd thing: a retro review in … Continue reading Retro review! (Kind of) Samurai of Hyuga