Looking back to E3 of 2015, and remembering how unfortunate World of Final Fantasy was as a precursor to the gargantuan announcement of Final Fantasy VII's remake, it's a shame that WOFF wasn't given more attention, as having spent a good 20-25 hours on it as of this review, I can only describe it as… Continue reading World of Final Fantasy Review – Sweet Nostalgia
Rhythm-based games tend to be very simple in their design and very intricate in their execution. The beauty of a game like Thumper lies in the satisfaction of making a perfect sequence sound exactly that; perfect. Thumper strips almost all of the fluff that modern games tend to have in favor of a far more… Continue reading Thumper Review: Rhythm-Violence
I'll be the first to admit that when all the different dedicated gaming VR systems were announced to be released (The Oculus Rift, the HTC Vive and the Playstation VR), I was extremely skeptical; VR is something that has been toyed with for decades and never quite achieved the greatness it promises (I'm looking at… Continue reading Playstation VR Review: Has the Future of Games Truly Arrived?
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?
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