Mega Man Legacy Collection Review

Capcom’s Blue Bomber has had a long, successful history in gaming, making his first appearance on Nintendo’s first console, and since then appearing in over 50 games, including the reboot series Mega Man X, third-person adventure game Mega Man Legends, … Continue reading 

Gears of War: Ultimate Edition Review

Epic Games’ Gears of War was a system seller. If players were hesitant of jumping onto the Xbox bandwagon after playing Halo, then Marcus Fenix and Dominic Santiago’s action-packed, testosterone-fueled adventure through alien enemy territory was certainly a reason to … Continue reading 

Pro Evolution Soccer 2016 Demo Impressions

If there’s one thing about competition, it’s that it brings out the best in each competitor. Konami’s Pro Evolution Soccer (PES), long in rivalry with EA’s FIFA series, has been improved with each subsequent entry, pushing the boundaries of what … Continue reading 

Curses ‘N Chaos Review

Some games want to go big with fantastic graphics, epic production values, a triple A budget, and even more features than you truly need. Others however, are smaller, content on concentrating on smaller and entertaining gameplay mechanics, replay value, and … Continue reading 

Toy Soldiers: War Chest Review

The original Toy Soldiers and its sequel Cold War were both a blast, crafting a tower defense game that embraced the genre’s tried-and-true mechanics while reinvigorating it with unique features of its own, as it allowed players to take control of … Continue reading 

Legend of Kay Anniversary Review

With remastered titles being all the rage right now, and every publisher seemingly tossing out what they think is their best games with improved visuals and other tweaks onto current-gen consoles in hope of squeezing out more cash out of … Continue reading 

Yu-Gi-Oh! Legacy of the Duelist Review

I remember being part of the Yu-Gi-Oh! craze back in the early 00’s, watching Yugi Moto’s adventures with Joey Wheeler and crew as they participated in bad guy Pegasus’ Duel Monsters tournament in what was then part of the Kids’ … Continue reading 

The Swindle Review

There’s nothing like busting into a high security building and getting away with wads of cold, hard cash without leaving a trace behind. It’s even better when you can use steampunk gadgetry and the guards watching over the dough are … Continue reading