Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 Review – Gon’ Take You For A Ride

Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom was reviewed on the Xbox One. 2021 marks the 10 year anniversary of Marvel vs. Capcom 3. A game that is pretty safe to say has been a very important title in the fighting game community for the past decade. Boy howdy, is it ever. This game is one of the… Continue reading Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 Review – Gon’ Take You For A Ride

Cyber Shadow Review

I always love when a game takes me back to my chiptune phase of 2014. Happier times. Cyber Shadow does just that with its classic look and feel that just screams The 80’s. Taking on a Metroid and Ninja Gaiden style of gameplay, Cyber Shadow provides an intense challenge with satisfying and rewarding gameplay. But… Continue reading Cyber Shadow Review

Doodle God: Evolution Review – Uninspired Scribbles

Doodle God: Evolution was reviewed on the PC Version. Does the name “Doodle God” ring a bell? If the answer is yes, I’m not surprised, as it was familiar to me too. Doodle God is a Flash Games franchise. The original game was published in 2010, followed by a sequence of rather mediocre sequels. Puzzle games that make… Continue reading Doodle God: Evolution Review – Uninspired Scribbles

The Falconeer Review – A Promising Maiden Flight

The Falconeer is an open-world air combat game by solo developer and artist Tomas Sala. The Falconeer recently joined Xbox Game Pass on February 4th, so it’s about time we jumped in and did a review! While air combat hasn’t particularly captured my attention since Star Fox 64, I was drawn to The Falconeer particularly… Continue reading The Falconeer Review – A Promising Maiden Flight

The Medium – Review

Horror as a genre can imply a few different things when it comes to games. You have your classic slasher games, where a creature or person seeks you out for death. Then there is zombie horror, similar to slasher games but instead of one foe you have thousands. Finally, you have phycological horror games. These… Continue reading The Medium – Review

Sonic Adventure 2 Review – Nostalgic Magic

Good ol’ Sonic Adventure 2. This is easily one of the most popular titles of the series. This year not only marks the 30th anniversary of the series, but also the 20th anniversary of Sonic Adventure 2, which launched on the Dreamcast in 2001. Dreamcast? That’s not Xbox! Fortunately, it released as a download on… Continue reading Sonic Adventure 2 Review – Nostalgic Magic

Bonkies Review: Puzzling Monkeys in Space

Bonkies is one of the best puzzle games out there. It’s a charming, fun and frustrating experience all at the same time. Whether you accidently face-plant into a block of ice and smash it to pieces, or drop a crucial element of the construction with just seconds to spare, joy and frustration will course through… Continue reading Bonkies Review: Puzzling Monkeys in Space

Johnny Rocket : The 2D Side-Scroller That Misses the Mark

Johnny Rocket was reviewed on the Xbox One. Johnny Rocket is a difficult, mind-boggling 2D side-scroller – although on the Xbox Store page it looks like a cute adventure that’s been doodled for fun. The game begins with a looped audio piece that doesn’t seem to end as you progress through the game. As you… Continue reading Johnny Rocket : The 2D Side-Scroller That Misses the Mark