Quantcast

- 0 Comments

May 3rd, 2017

Posted in - Reviews

Review: Dear Esther: Landmark Edition

Considered as one of the first of its genre, Dear Esther started a new wave of first person adventure games. The original PC release of Dear Esther came out some time ago, but now it is out on PlayStation 4. …

+

Read More

- 0 Comments

May 2nd, 2017

Posted in - Reviews

Review: Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap

With Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap, Lizardcube has taken the original Master System classic developed by Whetstone and given it a completely new coat of paint. It’s also, in most aspects, a great way to bring a classic into the …

+

Read More

- 0 Comments

May 2nd, 2017

Posted in - Reviews

Review: Cosmic Star Heroine

Cosmic Star Heroine, to put it simply, is a fantastic 16-bit style RPG that shows a clear respect for many beloved JRPGs of that era (Chrono Trigger comes to mind) while never feeling completely beholden to the past. It instead …

+

Read More

- 0 Comments

April 28th, 2017

Posted in - Reviews

Review: What Remains of Edith Finch

Six years after the death of her brother, Edith Finch has returned to the house they, as well as all other Finches, grew up in. Edith, with the recent passing of her mother, is the only remaining Finch left alive …

+

Read More

- 0 Comments

April 25th, 2017

Posted in - Reviews

Review: Puyo Puyo Tetris

Where Tetris is a game about meticulously stacking blocks in a straight line, Puyo Puyo (or Puyo Pop as it’s known in the West) puts the focus on sorting colored blobs (i.e. puyos) into groups of four in order to …

+

Read More

- 0 Comments

April 18th, 2017

Posted in - Reviews

Review: Flinthook

Flinthook comes from the Montreal indie studio Tribute. If the studio sounds familiar, it’s probably due to the fact that over the past few years, they’ve released some shining PSN titles, including Wizorb, Curses N’ Chaos, Ninja Senki DX, and …

+

Read More

- 0 Comments

April 11th, 2017

Posted in - Reviews

Review: PaRappa The Rapper Remastered

When I was growing up, I never had the chance to play the original PaRappa the Rapper on PS1. I was a Nintendo kid playing hits like Banjo Kazooie and Mario Kart 64 back then. Even with its re-release on …

+

Read More

- 0 Comments

March 31st, 2017

Posted in - Reviews

Review: Snake Pass

Snake Pass offers a unique approach to the collectathon platformers that it’s so clearly inspired by. Instead of jumping around huge worlds as any kind of character with feet, the game instead places you in control of a snake named …

+

Read More

- 0 Comments

March 30th, 2017

Posted in - Reviews

Review: Nightmares from the Deep 2: The Siren’s Call

Nightmares from the Deep 2: The Siren’s Call picks up not long after the events of the first game. Sarah Black has returned to her museum and she carries with her some rather hard to believe stories about pirates, curses, …

+

Read More

- 0 Comments

March 23rd, 2017

Posted in - Reviews

Review: Touhou Genso Wanderer

Diving into Touhou Often times, I like to take on a review for a game or series that I might not be super familiar with. I think a fresh perspective is worth a great deal, and ultimately new things just …

+

Read More

- 0 Comments

May 3rd, 2017

Posted in - Reviews

Review: Dear Esther: Landmark Edition

Considered as one of the first of its genre, Dear Esther started a new wave of first person adventure games. The original PC release of Dear Esther came out some time ago, but now it is out on PlayStation 4. …

+

Read More

- 0 Comments

May 2nd, 2017

Posted in - Reviews

Review: Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap

With Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap, Lizardcube has taken the original Master System classic developed by Whetstone and given it a completely new coat of paint. It’s also, in most aspects, a great way to bring a classic into the …

+

Read More

- 0 Comments

May 2nd, 2017

Posted in - Reviews

Review: Cosmic Star Heroine

Cosmic Star Heroine, to put it simply, is a fantastic 16-bit style RPG that shows a clear respect for many beloved JRPGs of that era (Chrono Trigger comes to mind) while never feeling completely beholden to the past. It instead …

+

Read More

- 0 Comments

April 28th, 2017

Posted in - Reviews

Review: What Remains of Edith Finch

Six years after the death of her brother, Edith Finch has returned to the house they, as well as all other Finches, grew up in. Edith, with the recent passing of her mother, is the only remaining Finch left alive …

+

Read More

- 0 Comments

April 25th, 2017

Posted in - Reviews

Review: Puyo Puyo Tetris

Where Tetris is a game about meticulously stacking blocks in a straight line, Puyo Puyo (or Puyo Pop as it’s known in the West) puts the focus on sorting colored blobs (i.e. puyos) into groups of four in order to …

+

Read More

- 0 Comments

April 18th, 2017

Posted in - Reviews

Review: Flinthook

Flinthook comes from the Montreal indie studio Tribute. If the studio sounds familiar, it’s probably due to the fact that over the past few years, they’ve released some shining PSN titles, including Wizorb, Curses N’ Chaos, Ninja Senki DX, and …

+

Read More

- 0 Comments

April 11th, 2017

Posted in - Reviews

Review: PaRappa The Rapper Remastered

When I was growing up, I never had the chance to play the original PaRappa the Rapper on PS1. I was a Nintendo kid playing hits like Banjo Kazooie and Mario Kart 64 back then. Even with its re-release on …

+

Read More

- 0 Comments

March 31st, 2017

Posted in - Reviews

Review: Snake Pass

Snake Pass offers a unique approach to the collectathon platformers that it’s so clearly inspired by. Instead of jumping around huge worlds as any kind of character with feet, the game instead places you in control of a snake named …

+

Read More

- 0 Comments

March 30th, 2017

Posted in - Reviews

Review: Nightmares from the Deep 2: The Siren’s Call

Nightmares from the Deep 2: The Siren’s Call picks up not long after the events of the first game. Sarah Black has returned to her museum and she carries with her some rather hard to believe stories about pirates, curses, …

+

Read More

- 0 Comments

March 23rd, 2017

Posted in - Reviews

Review: Touhou Genso Wanderer

Diving into Touhou Often times, I like to take on a review for a game or series that I might not be super familiar with. I think a fresh perspective is worth a great deal, and ultimately new things just …

+

Read More