Dark Devotion Review (PC)

Deep Down In The Darkness Lies Salvation   How far would you go to display your devotion for the God that you both love and worship? In the game, Dark Devotion, this question is asked of the main character. And while you may feel as though you are a…

Akane Review (Switch)

Cutting through the Yakuza like a Ginsu knife Developers Ludic Studios drops a bombshell on us with this fast-paced hack and slash arena title Akane. Taking place in the neon-lit, blood-soaked streets of Mega-Tokyo, the game puts you in control a swordswoman named Akane, a deadly warrior who is pretty damn…

A Plague Tale: Innocence Review (PS4)

Down With The Sickness     A Plague Tale: Innocence is a game I’ve had a close eye on ever since I was given an early look at its plague-ravaged world during a meeting with at E3 2017. Though the initial build was, unsurprisingly, a bit rough around the…

VA-11 HALL-A: Cyberpunk Bartender Action Review (Switch)

An Intoxicating Experience     I’ve made my stance on the cyberpunk genre plenty clear by now; I absolutely love it. There’s something about the way it takes wonderful and advanced technology and places it within the middle of an absolutely dystopian world that, perhaps somewhat ironically, lifts my…
The Wizards: Enhanced Edition

The Wizards Enhanced Edition Review (PSVR)

Spelling It Out     Spellcasting in RPGs has always been a bit of a drag. Loading materia into your weapons and armour and then selecting a spell, or even heading into a menu to tinker with duration, intensity breaks the immersion and fun of magic for me. In…

Vandals Review (Switch)

Paint the Town (Insert Color Here)           The world of graffiti and tagging, though in most cases illegal, is fascinating to me. I grew up doing a fair amount of drawing and still do so here and there today, so seeing a piece of street…

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