The original Nidhogg escaped me entirely, so I went into Messhof Games' sequel on the Nintendo Switch with zero expectations. All I knew was that it was a one-on-one "fencing" game where the objective is to reach the opposing side of the screen. Nidhogg 2 is essentially more of that, I suppose, but forgoes the … Continue reading [REVIEW] Nidhogg 2
1-2-Switch Developer: Nintendo Publisher: Nintendo Available on: Nintendo Switch (reviewed) Price: $49.99 Nintendo made an incredibly smart decision in 2006 when they bundled in Wii Sports with their Wii console as a way of showcasing its accessibility and functionality. The gamble clearly paid off, as the Wii went on to sell a staggering 101 million units … Continue reading [REVIEW] 1-2-Switch
Hollow Realization is the latest video game installment based on the wildly popular anime series Sword Art Online. This mock-MMO JRPG is quite expansive, taking players back to a world inspired by the original arc's Aincrad, though without the real-life perma-death feature. And while it's sometimes overly verbose, Ainground does a surprisingly bad job at telling … Continue reading Starter Tips for Sword Art Online: Hollow Realization
Mount & Blade: Warband Developer: TaleWorlds Entertainment Publisher: TaleWorlds Entertainment Available on: Xbox One (2016, reviewed), PS4 (2016), PC (2010) Price: $19.99 For being a 6-year old PC game, Mount & Blade: Warband still seems to have quite the following. The medieval sandbox RPG recently released on PS4 and Xbox One, and while it's highly doubtful … Continue reading Mount & Blade: Warband is Definitely Not for Me.
I'm a couch co-op guy, but I've had some great times playing games online with friends as well. Gaming is more fun when you're around like-minded people, and I understand what Nintendo is going for here, but I don't quite get why they (as in the developers) would opt to leave out a feature that … Continue reading Sonic Lost World will not feature online multiplayer for Wii U, but will for 3DS version. Why is no one embracing online multiplayer for this console?
Summer is always a slow time for new releases, so I usually spend it catching up on my back catalog rather than picking up whatever comes out. This works out perfectly for obvious reasons as the end of the year not only brings a massive amount of new games, but this year will present the … Continue reading The summer drought continues with Halo 3! Time to work the back catalog!
My roommate and I were talking about Titanfall the other day and neither one of us really care for the competitive PVP multiplayer aspect of FPS games (and more often than not, the people who play them). However, unlike him, I actually want to play it. If you've ever been on Xbox Live, you know … Continue reading A pretty game dressed up in a TapOut shirt and Axe Body Spray or an innovative FPS? How do you feel about Titanfall?
This review was initially posted back in 2010 on my old gaming blog, Kungaloosh. Since I’ve decided to close it down, I wanted to go back and pull off what few reviews I had up and re-post them here at Cheap Boss Attack so they weren’t lost forever in the abyss of the internet. Played … Continue reading RETRO REVIEW – RESIDENT EVIL 5: GOLD EDITION
Version Played: PS3 Time Invested: Around 8 hours to complete the campaign on the default setting. No time spent in multiplayer. Released in June of 2012, Spec Ops: The Line is a third-person military shooter that focuses heavily on cover mechanics and firefight-style gameplay similar to the Gears of War franchise. There is also a … Continue reading REVIEW – SPEC OPS: THE LINE
Played on: PS3 Played for: About 12 hours to complete the game and do a bit of backtracking for extras. Since 2005, developer Traveller's Tales has been cranking out their charming LEGO renditions of popular licensed franchises like Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Batman and, most recently, Pirates of the Caribbean. Some people love their brand … Continue reading LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 Review. (PS3)