Batman: Arkham Knight Review

Batman: Arkham Knight Review

Jul 2, 2015

In which Batman does as many lethal things non-lethally as he possibly can. Batman: Arkham Knight is a culmination of more than the games that came before it. Rocksteady’s Arkham series has been around for a minute now, from Arkham Asylum to the expansion of Arkham City, and the forgettable out-of-house-developed Arkham Origins. After that stumbling...

Hyperdimension Neptunia Re:Birth3: V Generation Review

Hyperdimension Neptunia Re:Birth3: V Generation Review

Jun 30, 2015

With several games released in less than a year’s time, is Idea Factory’s latest “Sixth Time Lucky”? Oh, hi there. Yeah, I know I’m a I’m a little ways from home and no, Press Pause Radio hasn’t kicked me out. Really, I’m just visiting. Sure, it’s a little different in these parts, but you know what...

Blaze in the Northern Sky – Kholat Review

Blaze in the Northern Sky – Kholat Review

Jun 15, 2015

Kholat is a first-person horror that will leave you feeling ice cold     In the late 1950’s, nine hikers disappeared in the Ural mountains at Kholat Syakhl. Their tents were found cut from the inside out and much of the events around the incident has been unexplained to this day. Kholat takes the story and setting and sends you in search of...

Lord of Magna: Maiden Heaven Review

Lord of Magna: Maiden Heaven Review

Jun 13, 2015

Maiden China.   Sometimes a game goes by without doing too much to impress you. While some games will pour themselves into your heart and soul, filling you with emotion and attachment, others just kind of drip on your head, without actually getting you wet enough to have to go dry off. There’s nothing there to move you in any direction, no aspect of...

Operation Abyss: New Tokyo Legacy Review

Operation Abyss: New Tokyo Legacy Review

Jun 8, 2015

When you stare into the abyss, the abyss stares back into you   The PlayStation Vita has no shortage of noteworthy dungeon crawlers. Sony’s sleek black handheld has become a bastion for Japanese developers looking to bring their dungeon-delving adventures to the western audience. One of the Vita’s more memorable releases of 2014 was Demon Gaze,...

Splatoon Review

Splatoon Review

Jun 5, 2015

Put on your war paint.    It’s not all that often that Nintendo decides to commit to trying something completely new. The big N is a bit of a stickler for tradition. They know what they’re good at, and they stick to it. Sure, series can have new landmark entries despite their deep history; one might even say we’re in a high point for...