[REVIEW] Rock of Ages II: Bigger and Boulder

Rock of Ages II: Bigger and Boulder Developer: ACE Team Publisher: Atlus, Atlus U.S.A. Available on: Playstation 4 (reviewed), Xbox One, Steam Price: $14.99 USD For fans of: Tower defense games, Monty Python Hello, and welcome to the Not-Brad hour! I'm your host, Kayla, and I'll be taking you on another review today. Among all of the games I've played,... Continue Reading →


CA! Radio Episode 122: Wrestling with PR

This week's episode of the CA! Radio podcast is now available for your listening pleasure! Chuck Zodl and I discuss Wrestlemania 33 for some reason, update our feelings on Breath of the Wild and Persona 5, dig in to a few Nindies like Has-Been Heroes and Blaster Master Zero, and fail to understand the reasoning... Continue Reading →

Let’s Take a Closer Look at the Persona 5: Take Your Heart Premium Edition on PS4

After a handful of delays, Persona 5 is finally available here in North America. As a big fan of all things Shin Megami Tensei, naturally I gravitated toward the bulkier Take Your Heart Premium Edition with all of its delicious physical goodies. Let's take a look at what's inside this towering block of cardboard, shall... Continue Reading →

Friendly Reminder: King of Fighters XIV Demo Hits NA PSN Today

SNK's King of Fighters XIV isn't coming stateside until August 23rd, but those of us that want an early taste can download a free demo starting tomorrow that packs quite the punch. As a long-time fan of the series, I've been hesitant toward KOF XIV purely based on its ugly screenshots and seemingly half-hearted attempt at... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: The Deadly Tower of Monsters

The Deadly Tower of Monsters Developer: ACE Team (Zeno Clash, Abyss Odyssey, Rock of Ages) Publisher: Atlus USA Available on: PC, PS4 (reviewed) Price: $14.99 Exclusive features: 4-player co-op feature is exclusive to PC. PS4 version is apparently prettier to look at. Forbidden Planet. Plan 9 From Outer Space. The Blob. Long before Mega Shark... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: Superbeat Xonic

Developer: Nurijoy Publisher: PM Studios Price: $39.99 via PSN Version Played: Playstation Vita (PSTV compatible) With the DJMax series behind them, former employees of Pentavision have formed the new development studio Nurijoy and last November saw the release of its spiritual successor, Superbeat Xonic, on the Playstation Vita. It's an excellent (albeit insanely challenging at times) rhythm game that makes... Continue Reading →

With Final Fantasy on the decline, should Square Enix change focus to another series or will another developer carry the JRPG torch?

Once touted as King of the JRPG, the name Square Enix doesn't carry as much clout as it used to. In terms of quality, the Final Fantasy series has been on the decline lately with XIII being a hand-holding linear affair and XIV being a complete failure in the MMO realm. Let's not forget the... Continue Reading →

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