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…

Dead or Alive 6 Review

Allow me to be perfectly honest. I’m the type that enjoys playing fighting games for the stories the developers have weaved together. Those familiar with me know that I am not a competitive gamer by any stretch of the imagination,…

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…

Kingdom Hearts 3 Review

The day many thought would never arrive finally did at the end of January. After two mainline entries and a number of spin-off titles, Kingdom Hearts is back where it belongs with the latest main entry in the franchise. Thirteen…

Resident Evil 2 Review

Something about taking a trip down memory lane is always a sweet satisfaction. This feeling is intensified when the game in question was amazing back in 1998 on the original PlayStation, and is amazing once again in 2019 on modern…

Apex Legends Review

When a gaming company starts a mysterious stream on Twitch on a Monday morning and hundreds of thousands of gamers flock to the chat to spam emotes and wait literally hours for whatever this gaming company, however maligned, has to…

Vane Review

I’ve been enamored with the concept of Vane since seeing it on the big stage several years ago at PlayStation Experience. Giving off heavy vibes of both Journey and ICO, the team over at Friend & Foe was certainly setting…