TMNT: Shredders Revenge (PC) Review

By Philip Orona Cowabunga! The turtles are back in an action packed beat’em up that eclipses the previous game “Portal Power '' by a country mile. Brought to us by the lovely people over at Guerilla 3 Collective with Nickelodeon in tow, Shredder’s Revenge is a love letter to anyone born in the 80’s who … Continue reading TMNT: Shredders Revenge (PC) Review

Diablo Immortal (iOS) Review

By Philip Orona I’ve always been a fan of the Diablo series since its inception. The point-and-click combat felt fresh, the atmosphere was appropriately broody and with well-voiceacted dialogue, Blizzard gave us a new standard-bearer of the dungeon crawler some 25 years ago.  Fast forward to 2018 at Blizzcon, Blizzard announced Diablo Immortal for mobile … Continue reading Diablo Immortal (iOS) Review

Card Shark (Switch) Review

Go Fish By Joel DeWitte Card shark grabbed my eyes the moment trailers started popping up.  The concept of grifting the well-to-do by pulling off sleight of hand tricks in a game of cards is so novel (or at least, I haven’t seen it).  It’s the most visually arresting game I’ve played all year.  Each … Continue reading Card Shark (Switch) Review

Defend the Rook (Switch) Review

Push your patience while defending the rook By Joel DeWitte Defend the Rook is a turn-based strategy game where you play as a mage against elemental adversaries which challenge him in a battle against his heroes.  Those heroes (a knight, a sorceress, and a thief) are tasked each level to fight off five waves of … Continue reading Defend the Rook (Switch) Review

Striving For Light (Early Access PC) Preview

By Philip Orona Striving for light from Igniting Spark Games is an indie take on Diablo-like dungeon crawling with Rogue-like elements that is currently in early access. This game places you in a dark world where spiders, slimes, and all kinds of lovecraftian horrors await in an ever randominsing dungeon. Killing these monsters raises your … Continue reading Striving For Light (Early Access PC) Preview

Weird West (PC) Review

By Philip Orona Jim West, Desperado, rough rider, no you don’t want nada. No Mr. Smith we do not. The west is more than just wild, it is also weird. It is full of cryptids, pigmen, witches, shadows and anything else you could probably imagine. If this sounds like the description of the Skinwalker Ranch … Continue reading Weird West (PC) Review

Rhythm of the Universe: Ionia (Oculus Quest VR) Review

A Very Short and Sweet VR Experience By Joel DeWitte As a newly-adopted owner of Oculus Quest 2 (thanks Santa), I’ve found virtual reality (VR) compared to traditional video games as an experience akin to learning how to ride a scooter after knowing how to ride a bike.  Conceptually, they’re similar - ride on wheels … Continue reading Rhythm of the Universe: Ionia (Oculus Quest VR) Review

Aztech: Forgotten Gods (Playstation 4) Review

Delightfully dynamic, yet unrefined. By Joel DeWitte Aztech: Forgotten Gods is a story of a young Aztechian woman named Achtli, a part-time delivery person who has a plucky attitude and a snarky sense of humor.  After the tragic loss of her father, she carries a pang of guilt from blaming herself for his death, acquiring … Continue reading Aztech: Forgotten Gods (Playstation 4) Review

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