Senran Kagura: Shinovi Versus Review

Senran Kagura: Shinovi Versus Review

Oct 19, 2014

A face-smashing, button-popping good time.   You’d be forgiven if, at least at first glance, you overlooked Senran Kagura: Shinovi Versus as just another dose of sweaty-palmed fan service. Marvelous and Tamsoft’s new musou brawler is rife with pendulous teenage pugilists, out-of-control upskirts, and breast physics that are so outrageous they...

The Evil Within Review

The Evil Within Review

Oct 19, 2014

The Evil Within Experience: An open letter to Bethesda and Tango Gameworks       Guys, we have a problem. Earlier this week I eagerly awaited a new survival horror game by one of my favorite game designers Shinji Mikami. I asked Francis to let me cover the review and absolutely couldn’t wait to play the game. But this… this is sick....

Hack Magic Woman- Gabriel Knight: Sins of the Fathers Review

Hack Magic Woman- Gabriel Knight: Sins of the Fathers Review

Oct 15, 2014

Gabriel Knight: Sins of the Fathers needs a witch doctor, stat.   Do you ever have a really bad night that you can trace back to a single thing? Maybe it ends with a huge argument with someone you live with, all because you put off doing the dishes one time too many. Maybe it even ends in a breakup, all because your significant other made some offhand...

Tears to Tiara II: Heir of the Overlord Review

Tears to Tiara II: Heir of the Overlord Review

Oct 14, 2014

Love is a battlefield.   It’s always been hard to for me to resist the calling of a good strategy RPG. Ever since Sega’s Shining Force series marched across the 16-bit battlefields of the Genesis, the genre has ensnared me with a strong urge to position my pixelated platoons across sprawling grid-based battlegrounds in pursuit of a strategic...

Good…Bad…I’m the Guy With the Bad Game – Evil Dead: Hail to the King Review

Good…Bad…I’m the Guy With the Bad Game – Evil Dead: Hail to the King Review

Oct 13, 2014

Evil Dead: Hail to the King – what would possess you to play this?! The nostalgia gene has taken my body by storm and inspired my game-buying decisions lately. Most game critics would have you believe this is a bad thing, but because of this I was recently inspired to purchase a Sega Dreamcast. Why the Dreamcast? The wannabe critic in me will tell you it...

Alien: Isolation Review

Alien: Isolation Review

Oct 11, 2014

A roundabout through adversity, human nature, and aliens. I am alone. This was once a place where humanity strived, worked, lived. All that remains in this place is an infected husk of what it once was. Those Weyland bastards have forsaken us, they have no idea what they are dealing with, and I’ll be damned if I allow them to condemn humanity with their...