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 

The Lego Movie Videogame Review

Another year, another Lego game. Yet, for the first time in a long while, it’s a Lego game that’s not based on a third-party franchise (well, not completely, anyways). It’s a Lego game that’s actually based on normal Legos. I … Continue reading 

South Park: The Stick of Truth Review

It’s taken Obsidian Entertainment a long time to bring South Park: The Stick of Truth to consoles and the PC, with numerous delays pushing it way past its original 2013 release date. Despite the delays and a transition to a … Continue reading 

Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 Review

When Castlevania: Lords of Shadow first came out, it caught everyone off guard. The then relatively unknown developer MercurySteam had taken upon the challenge of reinventing a series that is cherished by gamers all around the globe, a gamble that … Continue reading 

Strider Review

It’s been nearly 15 years now since A-Rank Ninja Strider Hiryu had his own, proper adventure on a video game console or arcade. Sure, he’s had guest star appearances here and there, and is a selectable fighter in the Marvel … Continue reading 

Assassin’s Creed: Liberation HD Review

Assassin’s Creed III: Liberation was the first (and only, at the moment) Assassin’s Creed title that graced Sony’s PS Vita. Players who adopted the handheld got a chance to play as Aveline de Grandpré, a young African-French assassin, and occasionally … Continue reading 

Broken Age: Act 1 Review

The Kickstarter miracle is finally upon us. It’s the title that showed developers new and old everywhere that “if you build what they want, they will come,” and that adventure games are here to stay. Double Fine and Tim Schaefer’s … Continue reading 

Halo: Spartan Assault Review

The best way to describe Halo: Spartan Assault is by calling it Halo: The Arcade Edition. The game nails down what makes Halo… Halo. It looks like Halo, it sounds like Halo, and the story – albeit a bit barebones - feels like … Continue reading 

Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag Review

With Assassin’s Creed III, the story of Desmond Miles came to an end. We’ve been with the young man since the very beginning, and we watching him grow right before our eyes to become the savior of mankind. It was … Continue reading