Author - Ian Gibson

Yakuza Kiwami Review

Kazuma Kiryu and the whole neighborhood of Kamurocho are back in Yakuza Kiwami, the PS4 remake of the first Yakuza game. In this review I tackle (and answer!) the big...

Absolver Duo Review

Sloclap’s freshman fighting game Absolver falls under the scrutiny of Will Crosby and myself in the latest episode of Duo Review. Listen to our circuitous analogies and...

Splatoon 2 Review

The common slur against Nintendo is that it’s a company for kids. There is no blood in Zelda or tire degradation in Mario Kart or sex in Animal Crossing. Unfortunately...

Rising Storm 2: Vietnam Review

If Korea is America’s “Forgotten War,” then Vietnam is the war that America wants to forget but can’t. It is a haunting memory of failure and shame that serves as a...

The Long Journey Home Review

The Long Journey Home, from Daedalic Studio West, feels like a unique game. It has a chiseled artstyle reminiscent of Team Fortress 2, Virginia, or Firewatch. The story...

Pinstripe Review

Pinstripe, from one-man developer Atmos Games, is the latest in the never ending series of somber but introspective indie games. It checks all of the “right” boxes...