LEGO Worlds Review (Xbox One)

Lego Worlds is an interesting hybrid of a game. Departing from the traditional adventure-platformer style of previous Lego games, Lego Worlds is more of a creation game in the mold of Minecraft than a comical retelling of another franchise’s story. With a significant shakeup like this, though, the results are

Earthlock: Festival of Magic Review

If you’re like me and you grew up playing classic RPGs like Breath of Fire, Chrono Trigger, and Final Fantasy IV and VI (originally, as most people know now, titled II and III in the west), then Earthlock: Festival of Magic will probably catch your attention as soon as you

Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Review

Having only been a fan for just over a year now, I can’t say that I’m the hardest hardcore Dragon Ball fan to ever live. Not to say that my fandom is half-baked. I jumped in with two feet and a few flips, like Goku getting ready to face-off against

Vermintide Review – Xbox One/PS4

One year after my initial review, and it looks like the Warhammer universe still hasn’t gotten rid of its rodent problem. This would be a serious issue if it were the actual end times, but thankfully, this apocalyptic scenario is still reserved for fiction…for now, anyway. Besides, there’s another bright

The Turing Test Review

It probably isn’t fair (and it may not even be accurate) to call every first person puzzle game “Portal-like,” but given the popularity of Valve’s puzzle series, which like all of its others is stalled at 2, I wouldn’t call the comparison a stigma that developers should avoid. Indeed, being

XCOM 2 Review

To this day, XCOM: Enemy Unknown provides a very interesting lesson in marketing and recognizing market demands…for publishers willing to pay attention. Ever since shooters became the safe, go-to-genre of game to publish, many a franchise has been rebooted (often times in a gritty, realistic way) as a first or