Imagine Amnesia: The Dark Descent crossed with the 1997 movie Cube…then add Satan.
Despite some severe criticism of the Switch’s online features, Nintendo remains a highly prolific and often revered presence in the world of games. One thing the company has repeatedly claimed itself, […]
So you’re excited for Evil Within 2 just like everyone else! No? Well there is only one explanation for that. You haven’t played it’s brilliant predecessor. If that’s the case […]
There’s so much more to video games than meets the eye.
Well worth the wait as it offers hours of gameplay, due in large part by the difficulty, and absolutely stunning artwork.
There are many unconscious assumptions about the nature of the games medium that obstruct it from progressing into new areas. Some of them have already started to be addressed. Games […]
A “deep horror experience” that doesn’t rely on screamers!! Oh Boy!!…oh wait…they lied…
We’re starting a brand new series! We’ll be highlighting the best and brightest games on Kickstarter from new and old developers. Today’s game is “Hello Let Loose”, a realistic multiplayer […]
There are very few games with as rabid and as old fans as Shenmue. The original game released in 1999 for the Sega Dreamcast, and quickly developed a reputation of […]
A survival-horror game that pits players against the unknown horrors within the woods…have we heard this before?
A tycoon game with a huge amount of promise which is let down by its difficulty and game-breaking money issues.
Nintendo’s design philosophy of unique innovation has resulted in its presentation of each of its gaming systems as very distinct. Nintendo has traditionally placed a lot of emphasis on continually […]
This has been a pretty nice month for Tripple A releases but compared to October, it’s actually been fairly quiet. If you’re planning to grab a few major titles such […]
This is a terrible month for gamers. Not in the sense of releases, but in the sense that we’re all going to be poor by the end of the month. […]
The “Versus” series has a long and complicated history of games. Starting with X-Men vs Street Fighter in 1996, bringing tag team fighting into the mainstream. King of Fighters had already had tag team gameplay, but it was still a Japanese series primarily. The series reached its peak with Marvel vs Capcom 2, Capcom of course released a sequel for the Xbox 360 and PS3 which was pulled of shelves after a couple of years due to licensing issues from Marvel, fresh off their success with the cinematic universe and were looking to consolidate all the properties they could under Disney’s banner.
Developer: BANDAI NAMCO Publisher: Nintendo Release Date: September 22, 2017 Platforms: Nintendo Switch Platform Reviewed on: Nintendo Switch Pokemon’s first game for the Nintendo Switch made it’s debut on September 22, 2017. I got my […]