Tokoyo: The Tower of Perpetuity (Nintendo Switch) Review

A New Albeit Limited Take on Roguelikes By Alex Orona Tokoyo is a new anime roguelike game from publisher Playsim, that brings some cutesy chibi art to a simplified take on the genre. There’s unique variations to randomized dungeon generation as well as combat, but in the end takes more away than adds to what … Continue reading Tokoyo: The Tower of Perpetuity (Nintendo Switch) Review

Idol Manager (Switch) Review

By Allyson Cygan of Gaming Fyx The world of idol music can be addicting - full of catchy music, intense performances, and performers who seem to be born for the role of idol. However, behind all of that is a lot of work, a lot of planning, and a lot of money. It’s that behind … Continue reading Idol Manager (Switch) Review

Mini Motorways (Switch) Review

Motorway Mayhem or Merriment By Eric, Getty, Gettinger Mini Motorways has a very easy premise, bringing the cars of a specific color to the buildings of the matching color by placing road tiles. I have never been so relaxed and at the same time completely stressed out in playing a game in my life. Simple … Continue reading Mini Motorways (Switch) 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

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

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

Trey from Nintendomain’s Top 5 Nintendo Switch Games of 2021

Hey everybody it’s Trey from NintenDomain Podcast and it's that time of year again. It’s time for my top list of the best of the best video games released this year for the Nintendo Switch! Things were looking up in 2021, work was starting to come back, bands were going on tour again, and those … Continue reading Trey from Nintendomain’s Top 5 Nintendo Switch Games of 2021

Dylan of Backstage Gaming’s 2021 Conundrum

Striving for Perfection: 2021 in Review 2021 was the year I decided to pump the brakes on gaming. The year 2020 was... a lot, and to share my own experience, the end of the year saw me drifting between jobs with a quarter life crisis I wouldn’t wish on my worst enemy. Lacking the energy … Continue reading Dylan of Backstage Gaming’s 2021 Conundrum

One Step From Eden (PC) Review

80 Steps From Eden By Eric Getty Gettinger In the recent surge of rogue games, One Step from Eden offers too much but also not enough. One Step From Eden (OSFE) has a lot in the terms of content, and unlocks, for the avid gamer who will continue to push through. While the art style … Continue reading One Step From Eden (PC) Review