Tick Tock: A Tale for Two Review

A concept we find a lot of enjoyment in are games that allow us to work together to solve puzzles and progress the story. Experiences like A Way Out, We Were Here, and We Were Here Too have brought loads…

The Caligula Effect: Overdose Review

We actually reviewed The Caligula Effect when it originally released in 2017 on the PlayStation Vita, and Jessica was simply not impressed with it. While she had small amounts of fun due to the style it was mimicking, the game…

ToeJam and Earl: Back in the Groove Review

Who’s ready for some funky fresh tunes and old school ToeJam and Earl beats? Getting to finally sit down and digest the latest entry in this nostalgic franchise, it’s a breath of fresh air to see it returning to the…

The Liar Princess and the Blind Prince Review

Games inspired by fairy tales have always been an interesting subject for me. What’s even more fascinating about this latest entry from Nippon Ichi is that it borrows heavily from Grimms’ Fairy Tales, and is told through storybook style. Allow…

Pikuniku Review

I received an email while I was at work that my new PC graphics card had arrived. I had been awaiting this critical component to my gaming rig to help me push the boundaries of what I was able to…

V-Rally 4 Review

V-Rally is a franchise that I have fond memories of back in the PlayStation era with V-Rally 1 and 2. I was an avid racing game fan during that generation, fueled by franchises such as this and Top Gear Rally.…

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,…