Aaero Review

Life without music would not be worth living and to a lesser degree music in a video game is must. Sometimes it can break a game if the soundtrack is too repetitive or bland, while on the other hand it can set the mood and create the perfect atmosphere to

Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap Review

Classic entertainment is constantly being mimicked, remade, or remastered with the end result depending on the care and love put in to breathe life back into the original. There will always be pros & cons when expanding on the original content, but there is usually a positive outcome when it

Enter the Gungeon Review

Fans of the “Rogue-like” genre are in heaven with more and more indie developers pushing content on the market with each passing month. Enter the Gungeon aims to please aficionados with its gun based dungeon crawler which pits your character against a slew of enemies all trying to kill you

Late Shift Review

“Choose your own adventure” books were a staple among my friends and I growing up. It took us from passive observers to taking charge of whatever quest filled the pages in our hands before home consoles were the great escape to another world. This style of entertainment transitioned into the

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition Review

Remastered games have taken the current generation of consoles by storm by allowing players to revisit those fond memories of yesteryear. Personally, I love it when publishers bring back a blast from the past while adding a fresh coat of paint, but sometimes they were better off as memories. Bethesda

140 Review

Occasionally a game comes along that intrigues the player by its design alone and keeps them pushing forward despite it lacking what so many other games offer. Jeppe Carlsen, who helped with the smash hit Limbo, developed 140 with the hopes to capture the core essence of platform gaming while