Spyro Reignited Trilogy Review

 “The perfect video game for entry-level gamers… some kind of magic.” From 1998 to 2000, Spyro the Dragon reigned supreme on the PlayStation. Indeed, Spyro the Dragon and its immediate follow-ups were an indomitable staple of my gaming youth. Therefore,…

Bad North Review

A game about Vikings has to be pretty brutal right? Well, Bad North does have volumes of violence but its implementation is not overly excessive. Bad North is a minimalistic real time strategy game by developer Plausible Concepts and publisher…

Mutant Year Zero: Road To Eden Review

Mutant Year Zero: Road To Eden first hit my view back in February of 2018 with a fancy Cinematic trailer. While this trailer was wholly overselling the product, even seemingly showing itself as more of a Survival game, the final…

Sword Art Online Fatal Bullet Complete Edition Review

From day one I have been a huge Sword Art Online fan, loved the anime and have loved the game series, so of course, I would be picking up the new Fatal Bullet game. The only thing I was worried…

We Happy Few Lightbearer DLC Review

A couple of months ago We Happy Few “relaunched” itself with Gearbox Publishing bringing Compulsion Games’ title to a wider audience. I enjoyed the base game and found the first DLC to be far more enjoyable than the main storyline…

Pillars of Eternity Complete Edition Review

It has been a long time coming but we have finally got Pillars of Eternity on the Nintendo Switch not only that, I may have finally landed my dream job and married my soulmate.  As awesome as my wife is,…

KILL la KILL – IF Review

It has been nearly five years since the anime community was graced with the loveable anime, Kill la Kill. It was around this time that I started getting into this genre of TV shows and Kill la Kill was probably…

Darksiders III Keepers of the Void Review

Almost 8 months after its first release Darksiders III is getting its 2nd DLC, after the rather disappointing crucible DLC that left fans wanting more. Adding in the Abyssal Armor from the first 2 entries in the franchise, pulling it…

God Eater 3 Review (Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4)

God Eater 3 is the first game in the franchise to take a step away from the Playstation handhelds in order to strengthen what is already a fun and stellar game. Its fast-paced action combat just got faster while its…

Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle Review

Attack on Titan is easily one of the most interesting yet weirdly fashioned title in recent years. Going from Spiderman-esque web slinging to Sword Art Online’s Kirito and his fast dual wielding slashing prowess. And if looking at genital-free naked…