Shakedown: Hawaii Review

Nearly seven years ago, Vblank Entertainment shocked the indie gaming world with Retro City Rampage, a retro-inspired open world ultra-violent action adventure game that felt like a smooth and quality reimagining of the early entries to Rockstar Games hit franchise,…

Heaven’s Vault Review

Let me fill you in on a secret. I adore games that take players on an emotional journey without really even trying. This is the first thing that jumped out to me about Heaven’s Vault, the latest release from the…

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,…

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.…

The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel Review

Thanks to our friends over at XSEED Games, I was able to revisit The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel on PlayStation 4 after having reviewed the PC version back in August of 2017. The PS4 version is identical…

One Piece World Seeker Review

Games based off of anime franchises tend to fall in to one of two categories. The game is either loved and adored by fans of the franchise and general gamers alike. Or it’s shunned by the fan base and general…