So, after talking about book 2, and taking a look at the golden eyed wolf that makes the series’ main antagonist, we finally arrive at book 3. We may have taken way too long to get this point, and posted our analysis is a pretty odd order, but we’re finally here. Once again, this review … Continue reading Samurai of Hyuga – Book 3 review.
Those of you that have been with us for a while on the blog might remember a little review we put together a while ago for a game called ‘Samurai of Hyuga – book 1.’ It was an odd review for a couple of reasons: the review itself was actually written before the blog was … Continue reading Samurai of Hyuga – Book 2 review.
I've been once again been given a great opportunity to do a review for the fine folks over at Gaming Respawn, this time a quite unique title of Culdcept Revolt. It's definitely an odd game, but one that might be worth investigating. In any case, I once again can't post the review here, but the … Continue reading Link: Culdcept Revolt review.
This week's upload is another episode of 'Oliver gushes over the Yakuza,' this time the remake of the first game. I'm fortunate enough that the amazing crew over at Gaming Respawn let me do the review for their website, and thus comes with a lot more fancy pictures and a better summary. Due to posting … Continue reading Yakuza Kiwami review (link)
At last, Kat’s gaze turned to the top of the Pillar. When you stop to think about it, it was kind of a dick-move to have the sequel jump ship from the Vita to the PS4. Gravity Rush was the game, the killer app, the essential product that you would get if you bought a … Continue reading Gravity Rush 2 –Review
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.