“Death’s Door” Review

“Death’s Door” Review

Don't let the black and white fool you. Death's Door is one of the most colorful, rewarding, and enjoyable experiences...
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“Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart” Review

“Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart” Review

Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart is, by most accounts, Ratchet & Clank perfected, so if you're a fan -- you definitely owe it to yourself to pick this one up if you have a PS5.
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“The Silver Case 2425” Review

“The Silver Case 2425” Review

...Yep, it's a Suda51 game alright. You know... games like this are the reason I've grown to love the Switch....
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“Doki Doki Literature Club Plus” Review

“Doki Doki Literature Club Plus” Review

Wholesome AF, right? Ahahaha! Doki Doki Literature Club was one of the biggest surprises of 2017, and if you missed...
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“Fixture Gaming Carrying Case” Review

“Fixture Gaming Carrying Case” Review

There isn't a shadow of a doubt that the Switch has been an impressive platform, fully giving players the option...
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“Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade – INTERmission” DLC Review

“Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade – INTERmission” DLC Review

For many fans, myself being one of them, Final Fantasy VII Remake simply hit it out of the park, but...
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“Death’s Door” Review

Every year, an indie game enters the discussion as one of the best games of the year even when put up against AAA releases. They can be nostalgia trips that take just enough of a modern step, such as our…

“Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart” Review

Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart is, by most accounts, Ratchet & Clank perfected, so if you’re a fan — you definitely owe it to yourself to pick this one up if you have a PS5.

“The Silver Case 2425” Review

You know… games like this are the reason I’ve grown to love the Switch. I mean, on top of Nintendo’s extensive game library, we also finally have a console who seems expressly made for older, niche visual novel games such…

“Doki Doki Literature Club Plus” Review

Doki Doki Literature Club was one of the biggest surprises of 2017, and if you missed it because you don’t like playing games on PC for free, you’ve lucked out because now you can play it on virtually every modern…

“Fixture Gaming Carrying Case” Review

There isn’t a shadow of a doubt that the Switch has been an impressive platform, fully giving players the option of playing great games both at home and on-the-go. While portable gaming has seen a bit of slump in the…

“Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade – INTERmission” DLC Review

For many fans, myself being one of them, Final Fantasy VII Remake simply hit it out of the park, but as beautiful as it was–it could be even better. Fans fortunate enough to own a PlayStation 5 can now experience…

“Disgaea 6: Defiance of Destiny” Review

The Disgaea games are what got me into tactical RPGs before anything else. Before going all-in on the likes of Fire Emblem or Final Fantasy Tactics, it was this bizarre and slapstick-fueled series that made me understand how deep and…

“Edge of Eternity” Review-In-Progress

The indie space has been fertile ground for classical JRPGs for quite some time now, but mostly in the form of creative if relatively simplistic RPG Maker projects. French developer Midgar Studio is looking to change all of that with…

“Monster Hunter Rise” Review

Blending old and new in just the right balance, Monster Hunter Rise retains the essence of what makes the franchise fun while continuing to whittle away at all the little annoyances that have often made it tedious and obtuse in…

“Mass Effect: Legendary Edition” Review

This was a remaster that was a long time coming. I first played the original Mass Effect back when it debuted in 2007. It was one of two games I had received that Christmas with my Xbox 360. I was,…

“Famicom Detective Club: The Girl Who Stands Behind” Review

Originally released on the Famicom in 1988, it should surprise many to know that the visual novel genre is something Nintendo had taken part in. In fact, it’s what helped launched the career of writer Yoshio Sakamoto, primarily known for…

“Famicom Detective Club: The Missing Heir” Review

Originally released on the Famicom in 1988, it should surprise many to know that the visual novel genre is something Nintendo had taken part in. In fact, it’s what helped launched the career of writer Yoshio Sakamoto, primarily known for…