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.
I will say one amazing thing this game has going for it is a 3 hour credits sequence. So there’s that. Continue reading Mighty No. 9 “Mega” Review
But is there more to Bayou Billy than the insane difficulty? Is it worth picking up at all? I had never played it until this week, and it’s time to give this swamp-crawl a try, and an honest review. So let’s check it out! Continue reading Honest Review – The Adventures of Bayou Billy on NES
Pathway on the PC, developed by Robotality and published by Chucklefish is really a unique spin on the turn-based squad strategy genre, with full fanfare given to the Indiana Jones universe, from the enemies and locations, to the epic soundtrack. Continue reading Pathway Review – Nazi Zombies in the Desert
Back to the Future for NES isn’t a bad game. It isn’t the greatest but it certainly doesn’t deserve the criticism it gets. Continue reading Honest Review: Back to the Future for NES
Slender: The Arrival is a survivor horror game that acts as a sequel to Slender: The 8 Pages. The story of Slender Arrival actually takes place after Slender: The 8 Pages and revolves around two childhood friends. Continue reading Slender: The Arrival Review
As of this writing, a loose copy of Demon’s Crest runs about $80, according to Pricecharting.com. While that’s still only ½ of an Earthbound, it’s still considerably more than most want to dish out. Continue reading SNES on Nintendo Switch Online: Demon’s Crest Review
With Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair, I wasn’t taking any chances…I paid $23 for my copy. That’s on launch day, mind you. Continue reading Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair – Get it on PC!
…Obtuse and poorly-realized upgrade system? Spelling and grammar errors around every corner? Yes to all. I could keep going but I feel like an asshole. Continue reading Stellatum- A Pseudo Review And Cautionary Tale
My biggest complaint of this game; Delsin is not a likeable protagonist to me, until you reach the end of the game. Delsin is basically that one annoying kid that says he has all the powers when they pretend to be superheroes. Continue reading InFAMOUS Second Son Game Review
It’s October, the month of spooky games. The perfect time for a Monster Party NES game review. This game looked weird. There were talking plants and fighting food. But I never once Continue reading Monster Party NES game review
I, like many people, am a huge fan of the Dragon Ball series. The characters are great, the stories are interesting and the action is intense. The games are great as well, although the market seems a bit oversaturated at this point. Continue reading Review – Dragon Ball Xenoverse (light spoilers)