MUSYNX Review

There was a time when rhythm games were all the rage at get-togethers and parties. Think back to the years of Guitar Hero and Rock Band lighting up the sales charts, and I’m sure you can remember many nights spent…

Dead Cells Review

Even with the plethora of Metroidvania style games releasing in the market at the present time, we’ve got something special with this crop, as each one of them does something unique and different, while staying true to the formula and…

Mario Tennis Aces Review

Mario Tennis Aces is a curious case. On one hand, I’m extremely grateful that Nintendo hasn’t given up on the Mario takes-on-sports idea that they’ve been doing since the beginning. On the other hand, tennis is not the franchise I…

Little Dragons Cafe Review

Little Dragons Cafe is one for all the Harvest Moon and Story of Seasons lovers out there. At times, it even gave off the Animal Crossing vibes when it came to shaking trees to make fruit fall or even when…

Overcooked 2 Review

The original Overcooked burst onto the scene in 2016 and really took on a mind of its own throughout the gaming community. Twitch streamers and influencers alike could not stop talking about the game and the pure fun they were…

Shining Resonance Refrain Review

In 2014, Shining Resonance released over in Japan on the PlayStation 3 to moderate success. Weekly Famitsu rated the game roughly around an 8/10, or to be more specific, 33/40. Even though the PlayStation 4 had already released, I was…

Disgaea 5 Complete Review

From my experience, Disgaea is one of those franchises where you’re either going to really love what is there, or it just isn’t going to hold your interest for very long. With the first game releasing back in 2003, for…

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…