[REVIEW] ‘The Fall Part 2: Unbound’ is a Disappointing Sequel to One of the Best Sci-fi Games I’ve Ever Played

A few years ago I had the opportunity to freelance a review for The Fall's Xbox One launch, where I referred to it as "a 2D sci-fi point and click adventure game that feels like a cross between Limbo, Blackthorne, and Monkey Island if they were all written by Philip K. Dick." It was a fantastically written sci-fi tale... Continue Reading →

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[BITE-SIZED REVIEW] Slain: Back from Hell

Slain: Back from Hell Developer(s): Andrew Gilmour, Stage Clear Studios Publisher: Digerati Distribution Reviewed on: Nintendo Switch Release Date: December 7th, 2017 Price: $19.99 Bite-sized Reviews differ from our more traditional, full-length reviews in that they’re restricted to smaller titles and, as the name implies, trims the fat in favor of getting straight to the point.... Continue Reading →

[BITE-SIZED REVIEW] Morphite

Morphite Developer(s): Crescent Moon Games, Blowfish Studios, We're Five Games Publisher: Level 77 Reviewed on: Nintendo Switch Release date: November 2, 2017 Retail price: $14.99 USD Bite-sized Reviews differ from our more traditional, full-length reviews in that they're restricted to smaller titles and, as the name implies, trims the fat in favor of getting straight to... Continue Reading →

[REVIEW] Knight Terrors

Knight Terrors Developer: Freak Zone Games Publisher: Nicalis Available on: Nintendo Switch (reviewed) Price: $2.99 USD In a nutshell: Ghosts n' Goblins meets Flappy Bird Serving up equal parts Ghosts n' Goblins and Flappy Bird, Freak Zone Games' Knight Terrors is an affordably priced pick-up-and-play arcade game that's as addictive as it is simplistic. It's... Continue Reading →

[REVIEW] Azure Striker Gunvolt: Striker Pack (Nintendo Switch)

Azure Striker Gunvolt: Striker Pack Developer: Inti Creates (self-published) Available on: Nintendo Switch (reviewed), 3DS (released in 2016) Price: $39.99 USD While Capcom is clearly uninterested in furthering the Mega Man franchise beyond console cycle re-releases and fighting game cameos, Inti Creates broke away from them in 1996 and have been steadily carving their niche... Continue Reading →

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