Ginger: Beyond the Crystal Review – A Flawed Stone

October 22nd, 2016 -

There was a time when games were big into platforming. To many, it was the pinnacle of games. They still exist of course, but where it more or less began, it’s stayed – Nintendo. There have been exceptions over the years; there are always exceptions. Cue Drakhar Studios, with a new entry into the genre with Ginger: Beyond the Crystal. Read More »

Ninja Pizza Girl Review: Hot and Ready

October 14th, 2016 -

Pizza and ninjas – need I say more? Read More »

Rogue Stormers Review: More of a Drizzle

October 8th, 2016 -

The popularity of roguelike-like games has seemingly diminished a bit, but people still love the idea of randomly generated levels and worlds, as it seemingly gives an endless amount of content for the player. Unfortunately, that’s not always the case. While games developed this way are usually with the best of intentions, they don’t always pan out that way. For example, No Man’s Sky procedurally generated content isn’t exactly getting the praise it did prior to release for the seemingly unlimited content within. So does Rogue Stormers pull off what No Man’s Sky couldn’t? Read More »

Dead Syncronicity PS4 Port is Now Available

October 7th, 2016 -

A couple years ago there was a kickstarter campaign for a dystopian point and click adventure called Dead Syncronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today. It came out on PC about a year and a half ago, and has made its way to the PS4. The good news is, it translated over really well. The bad news is… is there bad news? Read More »

Aragami Review: Looking Through the Shadows

October 4th, 2016 -

Stealth games have been around for a long time, but the most notable really began with Tenchu and Metal Gear Solid on the PS1 and Thief on the PC. They’ve come a long way over the years, but there have always been staples of the genre. Challenges that people would impose upon themselves, like never being seen, not killing anyone, and killing everyone. Modern games such as Dishonored introduced the world to blinking, also known as short range teleportation, which ended up being a game changer. Aragami takes a bit from all of these titles, and more (Mark of the Ninja, for example), and makes an extraordinary experience. Read More »