La-Mulana EX Review

The original release of La-Mulana back in Windows showed that exceptional side-scrolling action adventure games, especially those of the Metroidvania genre, were still alive and kicking offering players depth and exciting gameplay while channeling what made classic gaming so great. … Continue reading 

Kirby and the Rainbow Curse Review

With the Wii U Gamepad serving as a superb and versatile second screen a la 3DS, the world of Kirby:  Canvas Curse was an obvious choice for Kirby’s first outing on Nintendo’s newest system (excluding his appearance in Super Smash … Continue reading 

Grim Fandango Remastered Review

Sometimes you can’t keep a classic game hidden away for too long. That’s the case with Tim Schaefer’s Grim Fandango, one of LucasArts finest adventure games, and one that’s been increasingly difficult to get a hold of throughout the years. … Continue reading 

Minutes Review

Minutes, by Red Phantom Games, is a unique bullet hell experience. Instead of players taking control of a ship or a person and avoiding colorful patterns of death dealing bullets while shooting back some of your own in scrolling stages, … Continue reading 

Dying Light Review

Despite not being the most critically acclaimed game when it was first released, Techland’s Dead Island was a solid first-person survival horror action game, entertaining the masses with its enjoyable blend of sandbox gameplay, customizable characters, and RPG mechanics. Dying … Continue reading 

New Persona 5 trailer shows some menus and gameplay

The hype train has officially started. Today, Atlus has unveiled a new trailer for Persona 5, this time showing off some brief gameplay and game menus, along with some stylish cutscenes that introduce some of the game’s cast. In addition to being gorgeous … Continue reading 

Resident Evil HD Remaster Review

Resident Evil has been a really divisive franchise lately, straying far from its survival horror roots for more action-oriented gameplay in the latest entries in the series. Some see this as progressive, or a necessary evil in order to compete … Continue reading 

Saints Row: Gat Out of Hell Review

What happens after you’ve risen up the ranks, taken control of a gang, destroyed all your street rivals, became the president of the United States, and fought off an invading alien race in a digital realm? You get kidnapped by … Continue reading