Already decomposed When a game bears a resemblance to Breath of the Wild and boasts combat that is Dark Souls-esque, the bar for success is going to be somewhat high. Unfortunately, Decay of Logos is unable to even reach the level of the bar, let alone climb above it. What makes this all the more frustrating … Continue reading Review: Decay of Logos
It is quite clear where Effie draws inspiration from but I cannot help but see Marty McFly's hoverboard and Bart Simpson beating up aliens with his skateboard when first starting up Effie. Developed by Inverge Studios and brought to us by Square Collective, Effie tells the story of a young man... ...tells the story of … Continue reading Review: Effie
Watch out Mario! Fun Fact: While Mario Kart may arguably be the most popular, it is not the first kart racer. That honor goes to Power Drift, an arcade racer Sega released in 1988 and available on Amiga, Atari, and even Dreamcast. For the non-Nintendo crowd, Crash Team Racing was the goto kart game (which … Continue reading Team Sonic Racing Review
Talk about hazard pay Neither snow nor rain nor warlock's curse...wait, what?? Gives new meaning to the mail must be delivered, doesn't it? This is a review of Warlock's Tower yet I have devoted 2/3 so far to talking about the postal service. Well, Warlock's Tower IS the story of a mail carrier named Tim. … Continue reading Warlock’s Tower Review
Terminator 2: Judgment Day, Hook, The Addams Family, Metallica, The Clash...I was about to write "These are a few of...(and now that song is stuck in my head). 1991 was a pretty good year for pop culture. You may have heard of some of these video games released that year as well: Sonic the Hedgehog, … Continue reading Review: ToeJam & Earl: Back in the Groove!
Just your average knife throwing, teleporting, side scrolling platformer How cool would it be if you could throw a knife and then teleport to its location a la Nightcrawler. The morning commute would go a hell of a lot faster although some geniuses would still mess it up and end up stuck in the ground. … Continue reading Review: Daggerhood
Jason is joined by special guests Edward Varnell and Kyle Neely to discuss game reviews. They talk about the who, what, where, when, why and how of reviewing.
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Metroidvania Overload Seriously, another week and another metroidvania. It feels like a new one releases every single week. If you are a fan of the genre, this is the best news ever. This writer is a huge fan and I was stoked that Chasm finally had a release date. I say finally because this one … Continue reading Chasm Review
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Time's Up Frustration. Frustration should not be the first word to describe a new game. Unfortunately, Extinction is an extremely frustrating game that does a lot of little things wrong. After ten hours, my time with Extinction is done. Even as a relatively easy platinum trophy, I do not see myself revisiting this game anytime … Continue reading Review – Extinction
Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice released on August 8th and since then, it has permeated my thoughts. It was independently developed and published by Ninja Theory. The basic premise is a story about Senua, a Celtic woman who suffers from schizophrenia, a form of psychosis. Her goal is to travel to Helheim (essentially Norse Hell) and free … Continue reading Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice and why I Love It