Popslinger (Switch) Review

By Philip Orona “Run and Gun” has long been a staple in the world of video game genres. Contra, Ikari Warriors, Metal Slug and Gunstar Heroes have peppered our brains with fond memories of wasting hours on end blowing away aliens, monsters and enemy soldiers. That genre has also given birth to not so straight … Continue reading Popslinger (Switch) Review

Shadow Warrior 3 (PC) Review

A Racoon Bitch Slap to the Face By Eric Getty Gettinger      Your favorite katana wielding anti-hero, Lo Wang, makes his foul mouthed return in Shadow Warriors 3 in a glorious, and gorey, fashion. If you are an adrenaline junkie who loves fast and frantic combat with a bonkers story then Shadow Warriors 3, SW3, is … Continue reading Shadow Warrior 3 (PC) Review

King of Fighters XV (PS5) Review

Another solid entry in a a series for the fighting game elite By Alex Orona Coming out of the world of NeoGeo we have the King of Fighters (KoF) Series: An amalgamation of the SNK shared universe with characters from Fatal Fury and Art of Fighting, plus a bevy of all original characters. This series … Continue reading King of Fighters XV (PS5) Review

Edge of Eternity (PS5) Review

A RPG with a Purpose By Eric Getty Gettinger With a retro role playing game style and muddled visuals Edge of Eternity has found its way to consoles this last week. While the base of Edge of Eternity (EoE), has some decent story points and solid combat the visual elements draw away from the true … Continue reading Edge of Eternity (PS5) Review

Mirror 2: Project X (Early Access PC) Preview

Puzzle fun for adults By Philip Orona Ecchi adult titles are not at all in short supply. What seems to be of low quantity are the number of these games that are actually good to play and not just some filler to get to an eyeball full of goodies. Going back a bit, I had … Continue reading Mirror 2: Project X (Early Access PC) Preview

Sifu (PS5) Review

By Alex Orona Sifu is as easy as learning Kung Fu Sifu (the new game from Sloclap, developers of Absolver) put me in a weird headspace. At first glance it is a brawler style martial arts game that pits an aging kung fu student against a cavalcade of stylistic villains and henchmen. Though after delving … Continue reading Sifu (PS5) Review

Editorial: Shin Megami Tensei V is not Persona and is better for it

By Philip Orona Having finally finished Shin Megami Tensei V with a couple of endings, I can say, it was definitely a satisfying playthrough. So many people got wrapped up in comparisons to Persona 5\Royal that I feel like saying something in SMT’s defense. This is not supposed to be a Persona game with light … Continue reading Editorial: Shin Megami Tensei V is not Persona and is better for it

Windjammers 2 (Switch) Review

There’s something thrilling about playing 1v1 against someone in any competitive game.  The dance of getting an understanding of your opponent’s playstyle.  The push-and-pull, back and forth swings in momentum until getting the better of your opponent.  The thrilling victory or crushing defeat that comes from the conclusion of a match.  Team multiplayer can be … Continue reading Windjammers 2 (Switch) Review

Kena Bridge of Spirits- Loss, Grief and Passing On

By Eric, Getty, Gettinger This last year for the Super GG Radio podcast we were no strangers to loss. For each of us the process was different but we all found some solace in the games we played. Through my own personal experience I was drawn to Kena: Bridge of Spirits. Kena is a spirit … Continue reading Kena Bridge of Spirits- Loss, Grief and Passing On

Rise of Humanity (Early Access) Preview

By Eric Getty Gettinger Rise of Humanity is currently in early access on Steam and there are a lot of good reasons to check it out. As the title implies this is a rebirth for humanity after the world ends and a rogue AI is controlling robots to keep their reign supreme. In this third … Continue reading Rise of Humanity (Early Access) Preview