Story of Seasons Review – Parallel Produce

Story of Seasons Review – Parallel Produce

Apr 7, 2015

The Non-Harvest Moon Harvest Moon That Actually Isn’t Harvest Moon, by the People who Developed Harvest Moon. Yeah. It’s Harvest Moon.   For whatever reason, I’ve always gravitated towards simulation games as a sort of palate cleanser between heavier experiences such as JRPGs and FPS’s. Enjoying the slower pace and customization options usually...

Bloodborne Review – Masochism Redefined

Bloodborne Review – Masochism Redefined

Apr 1, 2015

Death comes ripping   From Software’s Souls games have been carving a bloody swath through legions of masochistic gamers since Demon’s Souls released on the Playstation 3 six short years ago. Wearing the punishing legacy of creator Hidetaka Miyazaki’s challenging Kings Field titles proudly on its bloodied sleeve, Demon’s Souls, and...

Resident Evil: Revelations 2 – Episode 4 Review

Resident Evil: Revelations 2 – Episode 4 Review

Mar 21, 2015

A Not So Final Metamorphosis   Capcom has me believing again. I’m not saying that Resident Evil Revelations 2 is an amazing or perfect game by any standards But this game could definitely serve as a watershed moment for the RE series overall. It’s structured digital episodic release as well as general game direction could certainly be seen as a step in...

Tales From The Borderlands Episode 2: Atlas Mugged Review

Tales From The Borderlands Episode 2: Atlas Mugged Review

Mar 18, 2015

One sock in the grave   Coming in the wake of one of the more explosive finales in any release in Telltale’s stable of adventure titles, Tales from the Borderlands Episode 2: Atlas Mugged  has some pretty big shoes to fill. The introductory episode  Zer0 Sum’s explosive death race segment combined with the chunky shenanigans of Rhys’...

SanctuaryRPG Review – Ascwords & Ascorcery

SanctuaryRPG Review – Ascwords & Ascorcery

Mar 11, 2015

The pen is mightier than the sword, but the keyboard trumps both.   Adventure takes many forms; books, film, comics, and, of course, video games. Something doesn’t have to sport incredible graphics or sweeping narrative to pull people in. Books accomplish their goal with simple words on a page, and text-bsaed adventure games of old worked along that...

Tormentum: Dark Sorrow Review – Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark

Tormentum: Dark Sorrow Review – Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark

Mar 3, 2015

Sometimes the only way to reach the light is to walk the path of darkness   Imagine waking up in a prison cell with no memory of who you are, or what you could have possibly done to get here. As you examine your surroundings, you discover that this isn’t just an ordinary cell; things are very wrong. Skeletons are littering the ground, and bones are...