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Alchemist Simulator Xbox Review

It is so very appealing thinking about alchemy in the fantastical sense. Building and creating potions with eyes of newts and tongues of frogs has long been a dream of some and I am here to tell you that now it is a possibility! Within reason, of course, and a lot...

Weird West Xbox Series X Review

The wild west has always been one of my favorite settings for media to take place in. There's just something so appealing about the gunslinger tropes that always manages to pull me right in. One issue that does often plague the genre however, is the unwillingness for...

Tunic Xbox Series X Review

Back during E3 2017 I was fresh out of High School, completely uncertain of my future. I mean that literally, the first day of E3 took place just a day after my graduation, and while I did feel a bit of uncertainty towards my future, the moment I saw Tunic get...

Martha is Dead Xbox Series X Review

The slow burn narrative horror scene has grown rapidly the last few years, with titles such as Until Dawn, Layers of Fear, The Medium, A Plague Tale, and even The Dark Pictures Anthology. Horror is rarely at the forefront of the experience, at least the horror of the...

Retro Review: Asura’s Wrath

Quick Time Events, barely clothed characters, one post launch DLC, over the top anime screaming, and Godly pantheons being decimated by one individual, all these ingredients make up the recipe for a typical single player game from 2012. Asura’s Wrath is a title you’d...

Doors of Insanity PC Review

The year is 2022 and the roguelike genre has NEVER been bigger. What used to be a niche genre of video games less than a decade ago, has rapidly grown into one of the heaviest hitters in the industry, while simultaneously spawning dozens of subgenres. Due to the...

Retro Review: DEUS EX: HUMAN REVOLUTION

DEUS EX: HUMAN REVOLUTION is a prequel to one of the greatest sci-fi epics of all time. It's a tactical first person shooter with stealth elements, set in the future of a neo-dystopian Detroit. Developed by Eidos-Montreal and published by Square Enix back in...

Danganronpa Trigger Happy Havoc Anniversary Edition Review

Growing up narratives were low on my list of priorities when it came to video games. Not being able to purchase games for myself, I placed more weight on titles that were fun and had a ton of replayability. I used to be rather adverse to the Visual Novel genre, part...

Retro Review: Dark Souls 2

The genre defining minds over at FromSoftware started development on a sequel to the highly regarded and cult classic Dark Souls. This sequel would come to divide the fan base as many believed it was a step in the wrong direction in many of the games core aspects....

An Oculus Quest 2, a Robot Detective, and a cute love story what else could you want?

When I first got my Oculus quest this past Christmas the first thing I did was scour the store for games to play. Nothing caught my eye until the game The Secret of Retropolis popped up with raving reviews. Released on July 21, 2021 on Steam and Oculus for $12.99,...

Gravity Chase Xbox Series X Review

Competing against my siblings in games like Mario Kart are some of my memories from my childhood. The thrills of racing down unbelievable designed tracks where any given moment could see you drop from first place to last are unmatched by other similar racing...

Inscryption PC Review

Creativity is the driving force behind the advancement of the gaming industry. While technologcial improvments are always welcome, it's games doing things that no other game has ever done before that truly shakes up what the industry has to offer. I find the greatest...

The Gunk Xbox Series X Review

The Gunk is a beautiful action adventure title from SteamWorld Dig developers, Thunderful Group and Image & Form Games. The premise of The Gunk is rather straightforward. You wind up on an unknown alien planet in search of energy that you and your partner Beck can...

Before We Leave Review

  Before We Leave is described as a "non-violent city builder" and it certainly lives up to that. As a huge fan of games like the Civilization series, I was really interested in how the game was going to manage to create a compelling experience while dropping the...

Space Warlord Organ Trading Simulator Review

Space Warlord Organ Trading Simulator has been on my radar for quite awhile. Both developed and published by Strange Scaffold, developers of other hit indie games such as An Airport For Aliens Currently Run by Dogs, I knew that I was likely getting myself into...

Halo Infinite marks an ending and a new beginning

Halo Infinite is finally here, after six years of waiting and a delay that hurt the hearts of many, the largest Xbox Game Studios franchise has returned to retake its place as one of the best shooters on the market.  With a multiplayer experience that has us...

Townscaper sets your creativity free

Simulation games have become increasingly more popular as every year goes by. From comedic hits like Two Point Hospital, to run and dry titles like Lawn Mowing Simulator. Despite offering two very different, but very good experiences, they continue to enthrall gamers...

6Souls Xbox Series X Review

6Souls is a 2D action-adventure title from BUG-Studio and Ratalika Games. An adventurer named Jack and his trusty companion Butch embark on the adventure of a life time in an attempt to discover the secrets of the Clifford Family. Games of this variety are a dime a...

Life gets Stranger with each new release

The Life is Strange series developed by Deck Nine and published by Square Enix fell into our laps in 2015, taking a moment to be picked up by the masses but soon showed the creative narrative of the development team was nothing short of addictive. Quickly, a second...

The Art of Writing Narratives is not Forgotten in this City

Narrative based loop games have become more common in the recent year in both the Indie and AAA gaming community. Between 12 Minutes, and Deathloop it can be quite the challenge to create a game that can captivate an audience better than a competitor. However, The...
Alchemist Simulator Xbox Review

Alchemist Simulator Xbox Review

It is so very appealing thinking about alchemy in the fantastical sense. Building and creating potions with eyes of newts and tongues of frogs has long been a dream of some and I am here to tell you that now it is a possibility! Within reason, of course, and a lot...

read more
Weird West Xbox Series X Review

Weird West Xbox Series X Review

The wild west has always been one of my favorite settings for media to take place in. There's just something so appealing about the gunslinger tropes that always manages to pull me right in. One issue that does often plague the genre however, is the unwillingness for...

read more
Tunic Xbox Series X Review

Tunic Xbox Series X Review

Back during E3 2017 I was fresh out of High School, completely uncertain of my future. I mean that literally, the first day of E3 took place just a day after my graduation, and while I did feel a bit of uncertainty towards my future, the moment I saw Tunic get...

read more
Martha is Dead Xbox Series X Review

Martha is Dead Xbox Series X Review

The slow burn narrative horror scene has grown rapidly the last few years, with titles such as Until Dawn, Layers of Fear, The Medium, A Plague Tale, and even The Dark Pictures Anthology. Horror is rarely at the forefront of the experience, at least the horror of the...

read more
Retro Review: Asura’s Wrath

Retro Review: Asura’s Wrath

Quick Time Events, barely clothed characters, one post launch DLC, over the top anime screaming, and Godly pantheons being decimated by one individual, all these ingredients make up the recipe for a typical single player game from 2012. Asura’s Wrath is a title you’d...

read more
Doors of Insanity PC Review

Doors of Insanity PC Review

The year is 2022 and the roguelike genre has NEVER been bigger. What used to be a niche genre of video games less than a decade ago, has rapidly grown into one of the heaviest hitters in the industry, while simultaneously spawning dozens of subgenres. Due to the...

read more

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