Dynasty Warriors 8: Xtreme Legends Complete Edition Review

With dozens of Dynasty Warriors games already available on various consoles, the series has finally made an appearance on a new, current gen console with Dynasty Warriors 8: Xtreme Legends Complete Edition for the PS4,an updated version of last year’s … Continue reading 

Conception 2: Children of the Seven Stars Review

Conception II: Children of the Seven Stars will probably offend you. The game is a mix of dungeon crawler and dating sim, with the dungeon crawling bit being very pedestrian and dull while the dating sim part works at giving … Continue reading 

Strike Suit Zero: Director’s Cut Review


Strike Suit Zero: Director’s Cut is disappointing. You’d think that a game whose main focus is dogfighting and giant mechs in space would be fun, but Strike Suit Zero takes the wrong approach to this. It assumes that since people … Continue reading 

Kinect Sports Rivals Review


Ever since its release, people have been questioning Microsoft’s decision to include the Kinect with the Xbox One. Many think that the many voice and gesture gimmicks when traversing the system’s menus are unnecessary, and that the machine’s $500 price … Continue reading 

Stealth Inc. Ultimate Edition Review


Puzzle games come in all shapes and forms, and are a dime a dozen. A puzzle game that successfully merges stealth, platforming and lighting elements into an engrossing game, however, is another matter entirely. Curve Studios’ Stealth Inc. Ultimate Edition … Continue reading 

Atelier Escha and Logy: Alchemists of the Dusk Sky Review

Ostensibly, people gravitate towards JRPGs for two reasons: combat and story, which make up the two sides of an equation. These games tend to tell world-spanning stories centered around a group of friends who are out to save the world. … Continue reading 

SteamWorld Dig: A Fistful of Dirt Review

As I descend into the depths of these caverns, I’m aware that my chances of coming back alive are waning. It’s getting harder to see as my oil runs out, and the ground is getting harder to break through, meaning … Continue reading