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Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana Nintendo Switch Review

The Final Return to the Isle of Seiren. Reviewed on Nintendo Switch No matter how often I play Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana, I can’t seem to get enough. For it’s probably final release, Ys VIII tackles the Nintendo Switch, marking its second take on the portable market. How does Adol’s retur...

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom Review

A Slew of Poor Decisions The late great Michael Crichton, author of hugely popular books, including Jurassic World, and creator of the hit television drama E.R., steeped his works in truths and scientific reasoning – and what research was available during the times of his writings (like the blind...

Shape of the World Review

A colorful world. Reviewed on PS4 Video games funded by Kickstarter often fall into one of three categories. They’re either resounding successes, inspiring indie developers to seek crowd funding and stunning critics and fans alike with innovation – or they’re absolute trash, despised by th...

Thoughts on Fallout 76 [E3 Edition]

Fallout 76 - Microsoft E3 Presentation Greetings one and all - I am the madman of the wastelands coming to you to share all I know about Fallout 76. The earliest game in the Fallout franchise is an exciting prospect. One which I am sure has many of you intrigued as well. During the Microsoft E3...

Might & Magic: Elemental Guardians Review

The Ultimate F2P Mobile RPG Reviewed on Android Since re-stumbling upon Star Wars: Galaxy of Heroes a few months ago, I’ve been hooked on the free to play mobile RPG genre, including games like Dissidia Final Fantasy Omnia Opera and Marvel Strike Force. At times, the burden of logging in for ...

God of War Review

Perfection in Redemption Reviewed on PS4 God of War represented one of the PlayStation 2’s finest exclusive series. Since the original duo, a third installation launched on the PlayStation 3, while a few others made their way to the PlayStation Portable. By its end, the series was tired, overu...

Azure Reflections Review

Tohou Bullet Hell is No Understatement. Reviewed on PS4 The end of the world is nigh. A blood red mist canvases the sky. It’s a sight that’s been seen before, when the twin maidens saved the world. Reappearing, the world knows that something must be done to prevent catastrophe. Reimu and Mar...
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