PaRappa the Rapper Remastered Review

PaRappa the Rapper Remastered Review

After more than 20 years on the scene, the little puppy that could is back with the PlayStation 4 release of PaRappa the Rapper Remastered. Should you feel the funky flow, or is this more of a funky remix?

Outlast 2 Review – Trial And Error

Outlast 2 Review – Trial And Error

Outlast 2 builds on the terror and atmosphere that the original Outlast created. Does this title carry the series forward in a good way, or should it have stayed a one hit wonder? Check out our review and find out what we think

Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap Review

Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap Review

Everything old is new again in DotEmu and Lizardcube’s Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap. A remake of the 1989 Master System original, does its tale of dragons and curses hold up in this day and age?

Persona 5 Review – Stylin’ And Profilin’

Persona 5 Review – Stylin’ And Profilin’

After almost 10 years, Atlus’ Persona series returns in a big way with Persona 5. Did the Phantom Thieves steal our hearts, or were we left disappointed and dissatisfied? Check out our Persona 5 review to find out what we thought

Kero Blaster Review

Kero Blaster Review

After the overwhelming success of Cave Story, Daisuke “Pixel” Amaya has turned his attention to the shoot-em-up genre in Playism’s Kero Blaster. Featuring a quirky hero and a quirkier environment, does this game deliver a winning experience?

Yooka-Laylee Review – A New Game For An Older Generation

Yooka-Laylee Review – A New Game For An Older Generation

With some of gaming’s top talents joining forces to form Playtonic Games, it was no surprise that the Kickstarter for Banjo-Kazooie’s spiritual successor broke records but can the platforming nostalgia of yesteryear still deliver a worthwhile experience in this day and age?

Aaero Review

Aaero Review

Taking cues from Rez, Star Fox, and even Guitar Hero, Reverb and Mad Fellows Games’ Aaero combines a number of diverse gameplay elements to create something new. Part rail shooter and part rhythm game, do these wildly different genres sync up in perfect harmony?

Snake Pass Review

Snake Pass Review

Platforming without arms or legs might seem like an odd concept, but Sumo Digital’s Snake Pass forces players to think like a snake. Featuring physics-based climbing action, do Noodle’s limbless adventures make for a good time?

Mass Effect Andromeda Review

Mass Effect Andromeda Review

BioWare’s fabled action RPG makes its return, as Mass Effect Andromeda makes for the fourth title in BioWare’s award-winning franchise. Controversy surrounded the game even before its official release, but does the emergence of a new galaxy present a worthy new experience, or should you stay far, far away?

Momodora: Reverie Under the Moonlight Review

Momodora: Reverie Under the Moonlight Review

Playism and Bomb Service’s Momodora: Reverie Under the Moonlight takes a look at what an exploration-heavy Castlevania game would look like in this day and age. Should you brave its cursed town, or is it just a miserable little pile of secrets?

NeuroVoider Review

NeuroVoider Review

Part twin-stick shooter, part rogue-like, and part loot-heavy RPG, Flying Oak Games’ NeuroVoider combines a number of gameplay mechanics to create something unique. Should you brave its new world of trigger-happy robots and permadeath, or is this one fight not worth taking?

Chaos Code: New Sign of Catastrophe Review

Chaos Code: New Sign of Catastrophe Review

After making waves in Japan, Arc System Works and FK Digital’s Chaos Code: New Sign of Catastrophe is making its way stateside to the PlayStation 4 and Steam. Packing some of the deepest mechanics to ever grace a fighting game, is this one fight worth picking?