Overcooked! 2 Review (Switch)

Medium Well     I was very much excited to play Overcooked! 2. Having already gone through the culinary journey that was Overcooked! not once, but twice, and loving it both times, it was safe to say that I was hungry for more — and when Overcooked! 2 was finally served to me, I…

2064: Read Only Memories Integral Review (Switch)

Cyberpunked     I lament the fact that I wasn’t old enough (or even alive, depending on the year) to enjoy the advent of the cyberpunk genre. Being born in the early 90s, I was just a little too young to soak in (or even understand) the likes of titles such…

Mothergunship Review (PS4)

Gun for the Whole Family   In an era where boilerplate military first-person shooters dominate the gaming landscape, Mothergunship is a rare treat. Developed by Grip Digital and Terrible Posture Games, it takes a more arcade-style approach to things. Delivering a bleeding fast bullet-hell gunplay and inventive weapons crafting…

Garage: Bad Trip Review (PC)

B is for Butch   Gratuitous blood. Shock-inducing gore. Terrible acting. Shoddy camerawork. A plot filled enough cheese to endanger your arteries. Alone, these phrases might not mean much. However, if you take a step back and look at them all together, you’ll notice something; they’re all vital parts…

MXGP Pro Review (PS4)

Great Gameplay, Boring Game Modes     MXGP Pro is the latest motocross simulator from Italian developer Milestone S.r.l. It was only last month that I reviewed the distinctly average, but not terrible, Moto GP 2018 – so I came into this game with middling expectations. In comparison to…

Touhou: Scarlet Couriosity Review (PC)

Fairies, Oni, Tengu, and Shrine Maidens! Oh My!   Ok. I need to level with you all. I have never played a Touhou game. You can take my Gamer card now. The most I knew about them is that a majority of the games were shooters, bullet hell ones,…

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