Tackle the topic of dementia head-on in an emotional walking simulator/collect-em-up on PS4 and Steam. Continue reading Recover Memories and Redeem Dementia in Ether One (PS4)
I’m a sucker for a good messenger bag, and a sucker for a nice carry, so this is right up my alley and I was glad for the chance to get a good, close look at the Everywhere Messenger Bag. Continue reading PowerA Everywhere Messenger Bag for Nintendo Switch
A long time ago in a Chuck E. Cheese far away… There stood an arcade cabinet. Not just any arcade cabinet, but a cabinet of The Simpsons Arcade Game. The Simpsons was one of my favorite childhood shows so this arcade game really drew me in. I couldn’t tell you how many tokens I would spend just to get a tiny bit further. The game … Continue reading A Retrospective: The Simpsons Arcade Game (PS3)
The Deluxe Travel Case is an incremental upgrade from standard travel cases, holding 14 games and a removable tray for Switch Lite consoles. Continue reading Switch Deluxe Travel Case review – Pokéball Edition
The game starts off like your typical Japanese sentai show where a giant mechas fights a giant monster. Then it turns grim really quickly. Continue reading Hardcore Mecha PS4 Review (An Ode to Gundam)
When I originally wrote this review, I was very impressed. I’m updating it now (about six months later), after using it pretty much every day, and my mind hasn’t changed. Continue reading Nintendo Switch Elite Backpack Review
I used Retro Game Treasure for 3 months. Here’s everything you need to know about the retro video game crate service. Continue reading The Ultimate Retro Game Treasure Review
The game play in Sea Salt is different from anything I’ve played before. The concept is very simple: You play as Dagon, an evil sea deity directing his hordes on the land from is kingdom below the depths. Continue reading Summon eldritch horrors in Sea Salt (Switch game review)
A comprehensive look at the worlds you can explore, Quest’s selection of games, and Facebook’s looming shadow over everything that happens in the virtual world. Continue reading Is Oculus Quest Any Fun?
Think any western movie, mixed with a dash of comedy and produced in MS Paint. That’s The Town With No Name. Continue reading The Town With No Name Review
PDP Gaming has taken an interesting approach to Switch storage with their new case. I’ve never seen anything like it. So of course I jumped at the chance to write a Pull-N-Go Switch Case review. Continue reading Pull-N-Go Switch Case Review
From the graphics and music to the sheer variety of enemies and environments, Valfaris makes you want to keep playing, even if it means your repeated, gruesome death Continue reading Valfaris is Old-School Hard.