Since the early 90's, the King of Fighters series of fighting games has jumped in and out of the limelight more times than a yoyo, with SNK's mash-up fighter being at both the high and the low point of fighting game history. The King of Fighters series has a lot to live up to being… Continue reading King of Fighters XIV Review: Does the King live up to it's name?
Nanananana Batman: Telltale Series! This is the new episodic point and click series that explores lore within the Batman universe in a new timeline. Available across the current platforms of PS4 and Xbox1, Telltale promises the player a ‘gritty’ storyline to explore, though it maintains a lighter edge. Batman Telltale takes the opportunity to balance… Continue reading Batman Telltale- Episode 1: Realm of Shadows (Bat-Spoilers)
I’m going to be reviewing King’s Quest as the episodes come out, so I might as well start at the beginning. King's Quest is an episodic adventure game from Sierra Entertainment games, developed by the Odd Gentleman, following the adventures of naive but likeable teenage Graham (Josh Keaton) in his quest to become a knight… Continue reading King's Quest: Episode 1 – A Knight To Remember: there may be spoilers.
When I first played Disgaea: Hour of Darkness on the PS2, I bought it not having any idea what I was getting into, but I'm extremely glad I did, as I was introduced to one of the most deep, chaotic, intricate Strategy RPG's going. The series has had its ups and downs since then, but… Continue reading Disgaea 5: Alliance of Vengeance (PS4) Review
To begin to describe The Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth to someone who doesn't know it is a challenge in and of itself: You play as a naked child, trying to escape his religious fanatic mother's murderous clutches, attacking disgusting, deceased (and oddly cute) enemies through the basement with the power of your tears, ending up… Continue reading The Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth (PC) Review