Senran Kagura Reflexions Review (PC)

All the cheesecake, none of the feedback     I don’t really like to consider myself a connoisseur or a purveyor of adult-oriented games, despite what some of my friends may tell you. I do, however, enjoy their content when I do play them, and I can appreciate what…

SolSeraph Review (PS4)

A Little Ray of Sunshine     I can’t say that I’ve ever come across a game quite like SolSeraph before. At least, not since the halcyon days of the SNES. With most genre combinations having already been tried, and many of them having been done to death at this…

Blazing Chrome Review (PC)

A Pixel-Perfect Love Letter To The Contra Series        They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. And when it comes to Blazing Chrome, it’s plain to see that the fine folks at indie studio JoyMasher have nothing but love for the Contra series. Featuring gritty…

Senran Kagura: Peach Ball Review (Switch)

Full Tilt Panic     The Senran Kagura series never seems to run out of surprises when it comes to side-games, does it? From cooking-based rhythm games to water gun tournaments, and, more recently, even massage simulators, Kenichiro Takaki’s ever-growing group of giggling, jiggling Shinobi-in-training have far outgrown being solely…
cadence of hyrule review

Cadence of Hyrule: Crypt of the Necrodancer Review (Switch)

A groovy step forward for Nintendo. Before I begin, it’s only fair to admit I have no prior experience with Cadence of Hyrule‘s progenitor in 2015’s Crypt of the Necrodancer, let alone possessed any awareness prior to Cadence of Hyrule‘s March announcement. I chalk this up to my unfamiliarity with…

Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night Review (PS4)

IGAvania is back, and better than ever     I’ve been a little leery of Kickstarters ever since the Mighty No. 9 debacle, which turned into a fiasco almost from the get-go. Looking at the number of projects that never came to be despite tons of money donated was…

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