Death Stranding Review

Hideo Kojima and the almost supernatural aura that has surrounded Death Stranding since it was officially unveiled has captivated industry folk and fans of gaming alike. Coming from the troubled Konami and the disaster that was the final development of…

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Review

Star Wars has been the pop-culture franchise on people’s minds lately, between the breakout success of streaming television series The Mandalorian on Disney+ and the upcoming long-awaited finale of the cinematic skywalker saga, Star Wars Episode IX: The Rise of…

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Review

If you haven’t heard of the Call of Duty franchise by now, you must be living under a rock with dial up internet. It has pretty much been a staple in the gaming community since its initial release in 2003,…

Luigi’s Mansion 3 Review

The cult hit Luigi’s Mansion released alongside the Nintendo Gamecube console in North America, November of 2001. The Gamecube release was the first Nintendo console to not see a mainline, Mario-led game in the plumber’s universe. Instead, Nintendoites got a…

The Outer Worlds Review

Obsidian does with Bethesdon’t. All kidding aside, when The Outer Worlds was revealed in 2017, fans of the classic roleplaying experience Bethesda used to deliver let out a collective sigh of relief. It’s space cowboys with a twist, infused with…

The Ninja Saviors: Return of the Warriors Review

Recently on our Max Level Podcast, we discussed the resurgence of the beat-em-up genre and how nostalgic everything has felt in the modern industry. Games like Mother Russia Bleeds, River City Girls, the Yakuza franchise (to an extent), and now…

Doraemon Story of Seasons Review

What school project should I do? This bean looks interesting let’s see what it does! That’s exactly how this story turns out. Believe it or not, unlike most other farming games you turn up in this town by accident. You…

Concrete Genie Review

Concrete Genie: A Retrospective Review of Art, Video Games, and the Emotional Journeys Available from Digital Interaction Listeners to The Max Level Podcast will be well aware that Bryan (founder of Level Down Games) and I are fans of what…