Aragami Review

Stealth has always been one of those genres that people just get or they don’t. There are times where I can successfully make it through a mission, or even an entire game, without killing a single person (if allowed) or…

Hitman: Episode 5 – Colorado Review

We’re down to the final two episodes left in the Hitman episodic saga. IO Interactive has had a few hits on their hands, but they’ve also had a few misses as well. Hitman: Episode 5 – Colorado is looking to…

Batman: The Telltale Series – Ep 2: Children of Arkham Review

Coming off of a not-so-great start with Episode 1: Realm of Shadows, I was hesitant to get attached to the universe Telltale was crafting and the story they were attempting to tell. The preview of Episode 2: Children of Arkham…

Virginia Review

Sitting there, I’m watching intently as the final moments of Virginia are playing out in front of me on the screen. Many different emotions coursing throughout my body, I try to make sense of what is happening as the scenes…

Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Seas Review

To be honest, Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Seas completely slipped under my radar when it was first released on iOS back in 2013. When the announcement came that it was being brought to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, interest immediately…

Batman: The Telltale Series – Ep 1: Realm of Shadows Review

Telltale Games has been on a roll since introducing the masses to the “Choose Your Own Adventure” style of episodic game with The Walking Dead: Season One. Batman: The Telltale Series is taking that style into the world of DC…

World of Warcraft: Legion Review

My history and love for World of Warcraft and Blizzard Entertainment is well documented here on Level Down Games. Perhaps my favorite game of all time, World of Warcraft is something I continuously find myself getting lost and swept away…

Ian’s Eyes Review

Ian’s Eyes has intrigued me for quite some time. It’s also the second title I’ve played this year with a blind child as the main character, the first being Beyond Eyes. But unlike in Beyond Eyes, where you lead Rae…