The Swords of Ditto Review

The Swords of Ditto Review

The Swords of Ditto is a rogue-lite in an ocean of very good rogue-lites. Can this sword hold its own against other games in the genre, or is this just another dull blade? Check out our review and find out

God of War Review – A Masterpiece

God of War Review – A Masterpiece

Every facet of God of War has been created as a labor of love. Seldom do we see such a complete, such a whole experience in modern gaming. God of War is nothing short of a modern day masterpiece

Extinction Review

Extinction Review

Hot on the heels of Attack on Titan 2, Extinction comes out to provide more monster-slaying action. Is this an adventure worth taking, or should you just let the game slip by? Check out this review and find out what we thought

Gal*Gun 2 Review

Gal*Gun 2 Review

Inti Creates and PQube Games are taking gamers to “pantsu paradise” with their new shooter Gal*Gun 2. Should you grab your Pheromone Gun and fire away, or is this rail shooter a little too rocky?

Far Cry 5 Review

Far Cry 5 Review

Ubisoft’s Far Cry franchise has taken gamers on a trail of love, loss, rebellion, and redemption, but for Far Cry 5, that journey takes place a little closer to home. Set in the fictional Hope County in Montana, Far Cry 5 sees a group of religious fanatics known as Eden’s Gate taking control of the area. Is a new setting for Far Cry 5 enough to get away from its past repetitious woes, or has its past its prime?

Attack on Titan 2 Review – Fight for Freedom

Attack on Titan 2 Review – Fight for Freedom

Attack on Titan 2 seeks to capture the fast-paced action and tense scenarios of the series. Does the game manage to hold up to its legacy, or are you better off watching the anime? Check out this review and find out

Yakuza 6: The Song Of Life Review

Yakuza 6: The Song Of Life Review

The streets of Kamurocho are once again thrown into chaos, and everyone’s favorite bad-ass Kazuma Kiryu is once again unwillingly thrown into the mix. SEGA’s legendary combination of tongue-in-cheek and the ultra violent seriousness of the Yakuza has never looked better, but is there more to this next generation leap for Kiryu and friends?

DJMax Respect Review

DJMax Respect Review

Rhythm games may be all but dead to American studios, but the genre is alive and kicking overseas. Neowiz’ DJMax series makes its triumphant return stateside with DJMax Respect, a culmination of what the series stands for. There is no shortage of content here, but does it have the quality to match?

The 25th Ward: The Silver Case Review

The 25th Ward: The Silver Case Review

A follow-up to Suda51’s visual novel The Silver Case, NIS America and Grasshopper Manufacture’s The 25th Ward: The Silver Case features new characters, new puzzles, and new cases to crack. Should you set out to kill the past once more, or is this one mystery not worth solving?

Kingdom Come: Deliverance Review

Kingdom Come: Deliverance Review

Warhorse hopes to tell a tale of betrayal and medieval politics with the release of Kingdom Come: Deliverance. Is this a knight in shining armor sent to save you from your open world RPG woes, or a scoundrel stalking the shadows looking to pinch at your coin purse?

Crossing Souls Review

Crossing Souls Review

Crossing Souls is an indie action adventure game set in the 80s. Does it give you a reason to go back in time, or should you stick to something from this century? Check out our review and find out

Dynasty Warriors 9 Review – A Rough First Step Into Open World

Dynasty Warriors 9 Review – A Rough First Step Into Open World

Dynasty Warriors 9 seeks to bring the series into the great expanses of the open world genre. Does the newest entry in the series make the transition well, or should it have stuck to what it has done before? Check out our review and find out