Salt & Sanctuary Review (Switch)

A (Mostly) Sacrosanct Experience     It isn’t a stretch for me to say that Konami’s Castlevania series was an important one to me during my childhood and adolescence — particularly when it transitioned from platformer to Metroidvania. Don’t get me wrong, the classics were great and everything. But there was…

Unavowed Review (PC)

Spellbindingly Good     Throughout history, many have theorized the existence of ghosts, demons and the supernatural. Unavowed not only delves deep into these subjects – casting you as a part of a team of paranormal investigators in a ghost-and-ghoul-ridden New York – but is also rather supernatural in…

Hand of Fate 2 Review (Switch)

A Fate Gladly Welcomed     My experience with the iconic tabletop role-playing series Dungeons & Dragons, despite being somewhat limited, has been a very positive one overall. Letting yourself get sucked into a game ruled primarily by imagination, an oft-brutal Dungeon Master, and your ability to act like a…

Bomb Chicken Review (Switch)

Spicy Chicken with a Side of High Powered Explosives, To-Go Please!       When I was tasked with writing a review on the upcoming Bomb Chicken by Nitrome, I wasn’t quite sure what to expect. After all, the breadth of my knowledge on the game itself was a…

Shining Resonance Refrain Review (PS4)

Encore, Encore!     I don’t know about you, but I can’t help but feel at least a tiny bit victorious whenever a previously Japan-exclusive title finally manages to make its way on over to the West. Niche Japanese titles weren’t as always as free-flowing as they are now,…

BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle Review (PS4)

A Tag-Team Dream     I’ve admitted this before in a previous review but, for those who don’t eagerly follow my every written word (that’s a joke, calm down), I’ll lay it all out on the table once again; I like fighting games a lot, but I’m… well, let’s…

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