Stealth Murder Game ‘Party Hard’ Heads to PS4/Xbox One April 26th.

When your noisy neighbors throw a party at 3am, it can be¬†pretty annoying. The distracting glow of the neon lights keep you awake, as the windows shake to repetitive dance music. What's a person to do? Well, murder, apparently. From the team that brought you No Time to Explain, Punch Club, Divide by Sheep, Dungelot, … Continue reading Stealth Murder Game ‘Party Hard’ Heads to PS4/Xbox One April 26th.

How Good is Risk of Rain’s OST? Really, Really Good.

Hopoo Games' rogue-lite platformer Risk of Rain recently released on the PS Vita (cross-buy with PS4), after nearly two and half years on various other platforms. It's a welcome addition to the handheld's arsenal, and aside from being an absolutely stellar game, it has an amazing soundtrack. Enjoy! (header image taken from a Risk of … Continue reading How Good is Risk of Rain’s OST? Really, Really Good.

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: The Deadly Tower of Monsters

Re:Review: Tachyon Project

*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: Tachyon Project

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

Pre-Emptive Strike: Nuclear Throne

Pre-emptive Strike is a not-so-clever name for a "first impressions" post. Think of it as a review of the content I've experienced so far.¬†Nothing more, nothing less! Vlambeer's twin-stick roguelike Nuclear Throne recently left Steam's Early Access program and has finally arrived on the PS4 and Vita (with cross-buy, thankfully) after its confirmation way back … Continue reading Pre-Emptive Strike: Nuclear Throne

First update of 2015 knocks the cobwebs off my REVIEWS page

With this blog being largely forgotten about (sorry!), I've decided to approach it as more of a personal thing. I've gone ahead and updated my REVIEWS page to list every single review I've written over the last year at What's Your Tag?, mainly as a portfolio of sorts, I suppose. They're all listed from newest … Continue reading First update of 2015 knocks the cobwebs off my REVIEWS page

PREEMPTIVE STRIKE! Terraria Xbox 360 Edition – Slimes! Slimes everywhere!

I loved Minecraft, but eventually called it quits after reaching a point where I couldn't force myself to destroy and build yet another floating castle. My girlfriend played the hell out of Terraria for PC last year, but I passed it up since I don't really do the whole PC thing. Now that Terraria is … Continue reading PREEMPTIVE STRIKE! Terraria Xbox 360 Edition – Slimes! Slimes everywhere!