Category - Reviews

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...

Sundered Review

Power corrupts. It’s a simple premise, and one that will keep getting aired out and reused until the likely heat-death of the universe. While we wait for the universe to...

Archaica: The Path of Light Review

A small anecdote—once upon a time, I was not well-versed in science fiction. That problem has since been alleviated, to my social life’s displeasure; back then, a friend...

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...

Pyre Duo Review

Lance and I tackle Supergiant Games’ Pyre, a party-based RPG that sends you and your band of exiles through harsh landscapes to compete in mystical events to earn...

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...

Observer Duo Review

Myself and Lance, one of our newest staff members, bring to you our thoughts on Bloober Team’s latest game, Observer—a cyberpunk mystery/thriller that draws...

The Darkside Detective Review

Anyone who knows me knows I love pixel art, which is why the recent retro trend has had me in a tizzy. Some people tend to discount the style as lazy, but some of these...

Killers and Thieves Duo Review

Ian and I are back for our second Duo Review covering Killers and Thieves, an action/strategy RPG in which players can become the leader of a medieval thieves guild. We...