When it comes to uniting for a common goal, a push to unite under one single cause, Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 is the sixth in the series and the first one for us to truly review. So here’s what we thought after a month in Tokyo with Mario, Sonic, and their friends.
Into the Dead 2 originally released as a mobile game with feasible monetization settings. Now, it’s here on the Switch as a premium game with all microtransactions removed, but now, we have to ask, is it a good game for the Switch?
Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz HD is an HD Remaster of the Wii classic and could very well be a strong suitor for current-gen consoles. Now, we have to ask: How does a first-time Super Monkey Ball player feel about this game? Find out in our review.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfareaims to be one of the strongest entries in the franchise since the 2007 release of Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, but it makes us wonder if the latest entry can reintroduce an already well-established saga once again. So, let’s find out with our official review for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare.
The latest entry in the longstanding Atelier series puts a new spin on old mechanics while introducing a brand-new alchemist to the Atelier family with Ryza. However, we’re curious, can she and her friends make the cut?
Natsume has re-released The Ninja Saviors: Return of the Warriors for a third time, but, this time, we have new playable characters, enhanced graphics, performance, and the addition of two-player co-op. The bigger question is, does it justify the third time being a charm? Find out in our review.
Hyperforma is based on the original iOS release that has been updated for Nintendo Switch. The game takes us back to the Atari classic Breakout and sees you work in a block-breaking puzzle experience to find out the truth behind The Ancients. Does it work or should you hack your way back out of The Great Network?
Spiders is back with a new ARPG for fans to enjoy that includes swashbuckling, spell throwing, and blasting your enemies away when you aren’t exploring the wilds about you, talking to the natives, and making life-or-death choices. But now we have to ask, does it work or are we stuck with another The Technomancer on our hands?
Code Vein combines some of the most beloved story-telling elements we’ve seen from Bandai Namco since God Eater 3. With an anime-like touch to a game that blends the uniqueness of Soulsborne and God Eater into a single-handed approach: The question is, how well does it work? Find out in our review for Code Vein. Continue reading →
Destiny 2: Shadowkeep is an attempted step in the right direction, bringing back the Moon, a new armor system, and story-elements driven narratively by Eris Morn, but the big question is, can it win back former players? Let’s find out in this review for Destiny 2: Shadowkeep. Continue reading →