Godstrike Review PC

As I’ve gotten older, I would like to think that I’ve become better at evaluating the quality of a game using objective metrics and rational conclusions over whether I simply enjoyed the game. Fun factor is always important, but if something is well made and appeals to a niche audience,

Eximius: Seize the Frontline Review PC

Ambitious is an excellent single-word description for Eximius: Seize the Frontline. While not the first game ever to attempt to blend real time strategy with a first-person shooter, it may be the first game to try it on such a large scale from the ground-up instead of being a mod

Mosaique Neko Waifus 4 Review – PC

Mosaique Neko Waifus 4 – what a title. A French word followed by a Japanese word followed by anime slang for your favorite 2D female crush. Let’s call it MNW4 for short. Available on PC via Steam. MNW4 is a puzzle game with extraordinarily light elements of a dating sim

Lust From Beyond Review – PC

I must admit, I did not expect my first review in years to be an Adults Only rated title, much less an Adults Only title that focused on something more than just base titillation. Yet here we are. Lust From Beyond is an ambitious, story-focused game inspired by the works

Dragon Ball FighterZ Review

The best way for me to start this review is by stating something that I haven’t seen repeated enough: Dragon Ball FighterZ is a perfect storm. With the relatively recent resurgence of fighting games in the last generation, along with the continual growth of the popularity of eSports, Dragon Ball

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