Game, Games & Tech, Review

Review: The Last Hero of Nostalgaia Is a Soulslike that Tries Something New: Humor

The soulslike genre is often very bleak, and stuffy.  Most soulslike games deal with a post-apocalyptic society, and there really isn’t’ much humor to be found there—despite The Last Hero […]

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Game, Games & Tech, Review

Review: Ghostbusters: Spirits Unleashed—Bustin’ Makes Me Feel Good

When I heard Illfonic was making a 4v1 game based on the Ghostbusters franchise, I was a little skeptical. I mean, how can you capture that Ghostbusters movie feel while […]

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Game, Games & Tech, Review

Review: Redout 2 Is Slow to Get Off the Line

I love racing games—especially the futuristic type of super speed racers that seemed to be inspired by F-Zero. There is definitely a demand for spaceship looking cars careening through space, […]

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Review: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge  

I can’t tell you how many hours I spent at home on NES and SNES or at the arcade playing Turtles beat ‘em ups like Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: […]

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Review:  Set Sail in a Serene FAR: Changing Tides  

When I had the chance to review FAR: Lone Sails before its release, I thought for sure it was going to be a huge deal. To me, it was similar […]

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Game, Games & Tech, Review

Review: Elex II Delivers on Its Jet Pack Promise, Little Else

2022 is really shaping up to be a great year for video games. Games like Elden Ring and Horizon: Forbidden West look like early game of the year contenders, and […]

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Review: Martha Is Dead Has a Messy Narrative Interspersed With Gratuitous Gore

  When I hear “psychological horror” in relation to video games, I can’t help but recoil a bit. Often psychological horror games will try to clumsily tackle important subjects while […]

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Preview: Submerged: Hidden Depths Has You Explore the Ruins of a Sunken World

As I get older, I’ve started to appreciate games that aren’t wall-to-wall action. In fact, some of my favorite parts of games like Breath of the Wild and Elite Dangerous […]

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Review: Breakout: Recharged Is a Reimagining of an Essential Classic

You might not know it, but Breakout is a pretty big deal. Originally created by Atari founder Nolan Bushnell along with Steve Wozniak (yeah, that Steve Wozniak) and Steve Bristow, […]

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Review: Not Only Is PowerSlave Exhumed Important for Game History,  It’s Surprisingly Fun

Retro game guru Night Dive studio either really knows how to pick them, or they do an excellent job with their remasters. I think the truth is a little bit […]

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Review: Nobody Saves the World Is an Enjoyable Grind

As a kid, I loved games where you gained a power-up and were able to change abilities—games like Kid Chameleon (yeah, I’m old) and to a lesser extent the Super […]

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Review: Bash Infected in Dying Light 2 Stay Human‘s Parkour Paradise

I’ve been a massive fan of Techland’s brand of zombie slaying for over ten years, starting with the release of Dead Island. That game was known for having you build […]

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