Star Wars Battlefront Review

It was a long, hard wait, but EA and DICE’s Star Wars Battlefront is finally here, bringing players back to the famous sci-fi/fantasy universe once again for crazy, large-scale intergalactic battles and some quick lightsaber action. But despite all the … Continue reading 

Guitar Hero Live Review

Guitar Hero – the game that started it all – and other peripheral rhythm-based games went the way of the dinosaur due to oversaturation and unoriginality in the genre. While every subsequent entry added killer tunes to rock to and … Continue reading 

Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water Review

It’s been a while since we’ve last seen Fatal Frame. While Japan did get a fourth entry in the series back in 2008 with Mask of the Lunar Eclipse, the last entry seen in North America was Fatal Frame III: … Continue reading 

Blood Bowl 2 Review

Some people loves sports, some people love tabletop games. Some however, love both of them equally, and end up mixing the two up to create a brand new beast that’s just as entertaining. Games Workshop’s Blood Bowl is one such … Continue reading 

Corpse Party: Blood Drive Review

Sometimes doing what you love pays off. Team GrisGris’ Corpse Party was a Japanese freeware indie horror RPG game released in 1996 that was developed using RPG Maker. It placed a group of students in a haunted school with murderous … Continue reading 

Skylanders: Superchargers Review

Activision and Vicarious Visions’ Skylanders are back once again this year, but this time around they’re bringing new tools to their arsenal to combat the never-ending threat that is Kaos. In Skylanders: Superchargers, a new team of Skylanders is called … Continue reading 

Samurai Warriors 4-II Review

I still remember back in the PS2 days when my cousin would buy one of the Dynasty Warriors games and we would hack and slash through hundreds of enemies. The feeling of being completely overpowering and sending an enemy army … Continue reading 

Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls Review

In all honesty, I instantly fell in love with Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc and its sequel Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair, Spike Chunsoft’s fantastic anime visual novel/murder mystery series that has players trying to find out who’s behind a series of … Continue reading