Bayonetta 2 Review (Wii U)

Non-Stop Infinite Climax – Tomorrow is mine I’d like to take this opportunity to preface this review with a question. At the deepest level why do you play games? No, seriously! Hear me out and think about it. Of course we all want to have fun but other than…

Final Fantasy Theatrhythm Curtain Call Review (3DS)

Encore! Encore!   When Square Enix announced Final Fantasy Theatrhythm: Final Mix Curtain Call in Japan, I was a bit skeptical at first. After all, Square has had a long history of re-releasing games with extra content that never saw the light of day outside of Japan. But both Final Fantasy lovers and…

Kirby’s Dream Land 3 Retro Review (SNES)

Dreamy By 1997, Nintendo’s “Kirby” franchise was already relatively known. Many games in the series had come out by this time, and the series was even popular enough to earn a few spinoffs in the few short years that it had been alive. One year before, the Super Nintendo…

Dead Space 2 Review (PS3)

After going through and playing Dead Space’s original title four times through, I eventually turned my OCD brain to the task of Dead Space’s sequel. The results are pretty awesome.   The Set-Up   After the end of Dead Space, Issac Clarke is rescued and taken to Titan Station,…

Mega Man X Retro Review (SNES)

With the release of the Super Nintendo (or, in Japan, the Super Famicom) came new opportunities for game developers. It was a chance to create new things, and test the limits of what could be done. While many companies focused on overhauling aspects such as mechanics, graphics, and sound,…

Watch_Dogs Review (PS4)

Who Watches the Watchmen? I DO! Everything is connected. That’s the theme of Ubisoft’s newest release, Watch_Dogs. The game centers around a man with a criminal past on a path of revenge. It sounds like every game released from GTA 3 up – but Watch_Dogs is definitely it’s own game.…

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