Chaos;Child Review

Chaotic Good I don’t know about you, but I’ve got quite a bit of respect for 5pb. when it comes to the Visual Novel genre. Sure, only a handful of their “Science Adventure” series have managed to hit the West so far, but that’s all it really took for…

Etrian Odyssey V: Beyond the Myth Review

A Genre-Defining DRPG Experience It’s been a while since we’ve seen a new Etrian Odyssey game, huh? Sure, we were lucky enough to see remakes of the first two Etrian Odyssey titles with the Untold games throughout the past few years, but I bet that most fans by now…

A Hat in Time Review

She who wears many hats This is a really interesting time for games. It was a few years ago that it seemed like every game developer was hopping on this hot new Kickstarter thing, from the DoubleFine project that would eventually become Broken Age to the less favorably-fated Mighty No. 9. On came A…

Empyre: Lords of the Sea Gates Review

That Sea is Really Lording it Over New York! Empyre: Lords of the Sea Gates is a trip into an alternate history New York of 1911 where the rising sea levels have flooded the city. In the resulting chaos, the city divides into city-states where scarcity has the competing…
Culdcept Revolt

Culdcept Revolt Review

The Culdcept series returns in Culdcept Revolt The Culdcept series has made a triumphant return to the 3DS with Culdcept Revolt, the first new title since the PS2 era. Having little to no working knowledge of the series myself, I was nervous at undergoing the task of playing this…

Omega Strike Review

Hey, You Got Your Gunstar Heroes In My Metroid There’s no shortage of retro-inspired Metroidvania titles these days. However, very few manage to capture that old school magic as masterfully as Omega Strike. Developed by one-man studio Woblyware, Omega Strike plays like a fusion of Metroid and Treasure’s Sega…

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