Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls Review

Danganronpa is a franchise that is very near and dear to me. I fell in love with Trigger Happy Havoc when it released on the PlayStation Vita here in North America in 2014. The follow up, Goodbye Despair, was equally…

Trails in the Sky the 3rd Review

Trails in the Sky the 3rd is a brilliant send-off to a trilogy that introduced a mass amount of people to the Legend of Heroes franchise of roleplaying games. The title that no one imagined would ever make it into…

Nex Machina Review

There’s one word that can be used to describe Housemarque’s latest release, Nex Machina. That word is fun. Undeniably the best developer around when it comes to twin-stick shooters, Housemarque has made a name for themselves in the industry with…

Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3 Review

Entering Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3 with an open mind is absolutely critical. The two previous games in the series failed to garner any sort of approval and praise from the media and critics alike. CI Games had hoped to change…

Mass Effect: Andromeda Review

One of the main franchises synonymous with the previous generation of consoles would undeniably be Mass Effect. Bioware spoke to a generation that embraced this western take on the roleplaying genre, and set the industry on fire with games that…

Prey Review

Prey is a game that almost didn’t exist. The original released back in 2006 after eleven full years of on-again, off-again type of development cycles. After such a long period, it was surprisingly good! Naturally, fans of the game wanted…

NBA Playgrounds Review

NBA Jam was a cultural phenomenon back in the mid-1990’s. BOOMSHAKALAKA! He’s on fire! Razzle Dazzle! He’s heating up! From downtown! All phrases gamers that grew up playing this spectacular take on basketball are familiar with. It was quite shocking…

Seasons after Fall Review

I have always been fascinated by the changing of seasons and weather in general. Winter holds a special place in my heart, and it will forever be my favorite season, but I appreciate each one for the different atmospheres they…