Shadow of the Tomb Raider Review

A trilogy reboot that began five years ago is finally coming to a close. A reboot of a franchise that I hold near and dear to my heart. I’ve long been a Tomb Raider and Lara Croft fan.. so much…

SNK Heroines: Tag Team Frenzy Review

The King of Fighters has always been a favorite of mine when it comes to the more well-known fighting game franchises, and I played the crap out of XIV when it released a few years back. When SNK announced the…

Freedom Planet Review

I’m generally disappointed in myself that I’ve allowed Freedom Planet to fly under the radar for as long as it has since originally releasing back in 2014 on PC. Since then, it has released on the Wii U in 2014,…

Fire Pro Wrestling World Review

It’s amazing to think how far Fire Pro Wrestling has traveled. What started as a PC-Engine game back in 1989 with Combination Tag, it continues to thrive and flourish in a market where only one wrestling game sits atop the…

MUSYNX Review

There was a time when rhythm games were all the rage at get-togethers and parties. Think back to the years of Guitar Hero and Rock Band lighting up the sales charts, and I’m sure you can remember many nights spent…

Strange Brigade Review

Strange Brigade is a game that I immediately had doubts about when firing it up due to its ornate style and the way it presented itself in a very pulp newsreel-eque manner. Sadly, a lot of those doubts I had…

Dead Cells Review

Even with the plethora of Metroidvania style games releasing in the market at the present time, we’ve got something special with this crop, as each one of them does something unique and different, while staying true to the formula and…

Mario Tennis Aces Review

Mario Tennis Aces is a curious case. On one hand, I’m extremely grateful that Nintendo hasn’t given up on the Mario takes-on-sports idea that they’ve been doing since the beginning. On the other hand, tennis is not the franchise I…