Disgaea 1 Complete Review (PS4)

Overlord Overload     I can still remember when the original Disgaea came out back in 2003. I had a friend who purchased it not too long after its release – he absolutely loved the game. For a while, it seemed like every conversation that I had with him…

SoulCalibur VI Review (PS4)

Welcome Back to the Stage of History     For over two decades, Bandai Namco’s SoulCalibur series has stood out as the weapons-based fighter to beat. With its fluid gameplay and colorful cast of characters, it’s a series I’ve always found myself gravitating towards time and time again. Now,…

Soulblight Review (Switch)

Evil Trees and Horrific Monsters   Soulblight is not exactly a unique experience. The indie game scene has been rife with Roguelikes that look to replicate the success of games like Binding of Isaac and Darkest Dungeon. These games seek to make a campaign feel more like long runs,…
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Destiny 2: Forsaken Review (PC)

Thanks For The Memories Cayde-6   Full disclosure – this isn’t the first time I’ve written this review. In fact, this is probably the third or fourth time since Destiny 2: Forsaken launched that I’ve chopped and changed this piece. Wanna know why? It’s because Bungie, the game’s creators…

Fist of the North Star: Lost Paradise (PS4) Review

Crushing Skulls in the Nuclear Apocalypse Never Felt So Good     I’ve been a huge fan of the Fist of the North Star franchise for quite some time. Seeing huge dudes fight and slay each other with crazy martial arts in a nuclear wasteland went together like peanut…

Mega Man 11 Review (Switch)

Bluer, Better, Faster, Stronger     Mega Man, Mega Man, Mega Man… You sure have been through a lot. For 30 years now, you’ve been fighting for the forces of good. You’ve traveled through oceans, and deserts, and weird factories that look like they were growing illegal substances all…

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