REVIEW: Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Seas

Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Seas Developed by: Cornfox & Bros. Publisher: FDG Entertainment Available on: Xbox One (reviewed), PlayStation 4 Price: $14.99 Over the years, many games have attempted to capture the magic of Nintendo's beloved Zelda series. However, there's a fine line between using these inspirations to craft something that still has some form of … Continue reading REVIEW: Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Seas

PSN Plus and Xbox Games With Gold Both Offer Solid Lineups in July

It's hard to believe half of 2016 will be over in a matter of days, but a new month means a new lineup of incentive titles for Playstation and Xbox subscribers. And if I do say so myself, both are giving up some pretty rad games. As always, Xbox One owners will have access to … Continue reading PSN Plus and Xbox Games With Gold Both Offer Solid Lineups in July

E3 2016: Microsoft Continues to Expand and Evolve Xbox & Xbox Live

It's been an uphill battle for Microsoft ever since the Xbox One's disastrous reveal a few years back, but Phil Spencer and company have done an incredible job righting the ship ever since. The Xbox One we see today is a mere shell of its former self, and if their E3 presentation is any indication, … Continue reading E3 2016: Microsoft Continues to Expand and Evolve Xbox & Xbox Live

Re:Review: No Time to Explain

*Re:Review brings to light a review written during my tenure at the now-defunct website, What’s Your Tag?, in order to avoid losing it to the abyss of the internet. It generally appears as it did back then (along with the video review, if available), with only minor formatting or grammatical changes. Although the review was … Continue reading Re:Review: No Time to Explain

REVIEW: Lovely Planet

Developer: QUICKTEQUILA Publisher: tinyBuild Games Price: $9.99 Version played: Xbox One I could say that Lovely Planet is minimalist in its design as a FPS, or even as a platformer, but using the term minimalist isn't a bad thing. Truth be told, Lovely Planet is just plain underwhelming. The point of Lovely Planet is to … Continue reading REVIEW: Lovely Planet