Katana ZERO Review

Much to the enjoyment of many of the members of the Level Down Games team, the retro culture, style, and music of our childhood has made a recent return into popularity. TV shows, movies, and video games are returning to…

OPSEAT Grandmaster Gaming Chair Review (2019)

If there’s one thing anyone who sits at a PC for extended lengths of time knows, whether it’s for gaming or for work, the quality of chair you’re sitting in is of great importance. You want to feel comfortable, you…

My Time at Portia Review

There’s something about starting a brand new life in an enchanting town that will always get me excited to play a game. Releasing on PC earlier this year (and even before that if you happened to play in the Alpha…

Ghost Giant Review

I knew I was going to love this game from the very beginning. Ghost Giant is the first venture into the Virtual Reality market from Zoink Games, the creators of Fe. You play the titular role of the Ghost Giant,…

ISLANDERS Review

I’m a sucker for sim games, indie games, and cutesy games with simple graphics and a lot of charm. In today’s gaming landscape, this mold of game is thankfully releasing with an increased frequency, so once in a while, one…

Corpse Party: Sweet Sachiko’s Hysteric Birthday Bash Review

Corpse Party: Sweet Sachiko’s Hysteric Birthday Bash was an interesting take when viewed in parallel with the other Corpse Party releases that fans like myself really enjoyed. It’s a lot more cutesy and fun in nature, and not really about…

Devil May Cry 5 Review

Walking back in to the Devil May Cry franchise after 2013’s less than average DmC reboot, I’ll admit I was a bit cautious. All the trailers, all the hype, the gameplay footage that had been shown over and over again…

The Division 2 Review

Fans of post-apocalyptic scenarios of survival and warfare have never had more reason to rejoice than they do now. Publishers in all mediums are clamoring to cash in on the trend, from movies and television shows to podcasts and books.…