“Persona 5 Royal” came out a little less than a month ago. Its predecessor, “Persona 5”, came out a few years ago.
There will be a post about the differences between the two games, but it would be best to just establish a foothold on the game as a whole first, so let’s do exactly that.
Continue reading “Covering Its Bases | “Persona 5 Royal” Base Game Review”
After talking about a remade game-to-be, it would be fitting to talk about another popular, remade version of an old game which was recently released in “Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX Edition” for the Nintendo Switch.
Its original was the first of the Mystery Dungeon spin-off series, and it kicked it off on a high note. Did its remake rekindle those fond flames?
Continue reading “Another Well-Done Remake | “Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX Edition” Nintendo Switch Game Review”
While THQ Nordic themselves haven’t officially made an announcement about the matter, a Nintendo infographic might have inadvertently revealed that the previously-announced game, “SpongeBob Suarepants: Battle for Bikini Bottom: Rehydrated”, is due for a May 2020 release for the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and XBox One. The stunning decision to remake the masterful 2003 cult classic comes to the delight of fans, children and adults worldwide. It is fair to say that the “Rehydrated” remake has big shoes to fill.
How big are those shoes? Let’s do the usual, and have a look at how the original fared when it released 17 years ago:
Continue reading “Well Worth A Remake | “SpongeBob Squarepants: Battle for the Bikini Bottom” Retro Game Review & Remake Speculation”
The heavily criticized, open world zombie survival game “Days Gone” hit the shelves back in April 2019. It has been looked at rather negatively by popular video game critics, receiving a 5/10 from Gamespot, a 6.5/10 score from IGN and a 7.1/10 from Meta Critic. The game received a lot of hype over the course of its lengthy development timeline, and if you were to believe these scores, you might say it was all for naught.
Continue reading “Dying Light’s little brother | “Days Gone” PS4 Game Review”
Born from the same cloth of many different interactive story games, “Erica” is an underrated treasure that is short, sweet, oozing with replay value, and is more than anything else, thrilling.
Continue reading “A Psychological Masterpiece | ‘Erica’ PS4 Game Review”
On social media, how someone looked ten years ago has gone viral. So, if we may play off that theme here, let’s have a look at how gaming has come along since a decade ago, remarking on the best of the 2010s. Continue reading “Best of the Decade: Our Gaming Editor’s Top Picks for the Best Games of the 2010s”
Recently, Dontnod put the finishing touches on their initially hyped sequel of the “Life is Strange” interactive video game. After watching their only rivals at Telltale Games fall, this game was Dontnod’s chance to firmly establish themselves as the undisputed titans of the interactive story-telling industry. So, how did it go? Continue reading “A Poor, Disappointing Sequel That Overstayed its Welcome | ‘Life is Strange 2’ Game Review”
“Zombieland” hit the theaters over ten years ago, and its sequel released recently. The film was an absolute cult classic, and had the full package for a phenomenal movie. Naturally, sequels scarcely ever outperform their predecessors, but how close did “Zombieland: Double Tap” come to doing that?
Zombieland 2 takes place ten years after the first film, with the group living in the abandoned White House. Two characters from the first film, Wichita (Emma Stone) and Little Rock (Abigail Breslin) run off to go their separate ways, but when a new, durable type of super zombie (nicknamed the T-800) surfaces, the remainders must chase after them to save them.
Continue reading “Great Acting, A Lot of Stupid | ‘Zombieland: Double Tap’ Movie Review”
Recently, Supermassive Games, developers of the masterful “Until Dawn”, released their next award winning hopeful “Man of Medan.” This single selection is meant to be the first of a six part anthology, where the company will release a new game every six months. Continue reading “A slow start to a promising anthology | ‘The Dark Pictures: Man of Medan’ Review”
Recently, Nintendo released the latest Fire Emblem game. Three Houses, a simple yet wonderfully intricate game reaching the Switch just a few days ago at the time of writing this. Like many before it, this game offers chock-loaded content in the form of frequent combat, plenty of roleplay and oodles of interactive, customizable decision making on and off the battlefield. How has this game fared … Continue reading The Ultimate Storybook Game | ‘Fire Emblem: Three Houses’ Review