The Last Remnant Remastered Review (PS4)


REVIEW by Jason Parker (Ragachak) I played quite a bit of The Last Remnant when it came out on Xbox 360 because it really stood out as a fascinating, different turn-based RPG. Despite some issues, it was sti...

Subnautica Review (PS4): Leviathans in the Deep


REVIEW by Jason Parker (Ragachak) Far too many survival games rely on cheap jump scares and run-of-the-mill horror tricks to throw people off. That’s one of the reasons I’m not a fan; it’s not real ter...

911 Operator Review (Switch)


REVIEW By Jaime Skelton (MissyS) At one point in my childhood, I wanted to be a 911 operator. The idea of being a key part of the emergency services process – saving lives through careful questioning a...

Fallout 76 Review: West Virginia, I’m Home!


REVIEW By Terris Harned (NWOrpheus) On September 30th, 1997, a lesser-known developer of computer games launched the first title in a new franchise. With an introduction narrated by Ron Perlman, easter eggs ...

GRIP Review – A Tribute to Arcade Combat Racing


REVIEW by Jason Parker (Ragachak) Combat Racers have been in short supply as of late, but they were very popular in the arcades of the 90s and 2000s. They’re fun, high-octane action with crazy weapons, and...

Soulcalibur VI Review: My Soul Still Burns


REVIEW by Jason Parker (Ragachak) Soulcalibur is the only 3D fighter that I’ve been in love with since the beginning. It took until Tekken 7 for me to really find my way in it, but I’ve been with Bandai ...

My Hero One’s Justice Review


REVIEW by Jason Parker (Ragachak) I am a huge fan of the My Hero Academia (Boku no Hero Academia) anime and manga. I love western-style comics, and having it presented in a Japanese style was really interest...

Warriors Orochi 4 Review


REVIEW by Andrew Skelton (Outfoxed) I might have made it clear before, but I’ve been a long time fan of Omega Force’s Warriors series.  I started way back with Dynasty Warriors 2, no less. Through the y...

My Memory of Us Review: Remember the September Campaign


REVIEW by Jason Parker (Ragachak) I feel though I’m uniquely qualified among my coworkers to write this particular review. When I first stumbled upon the news that it was coming out, and that My Memory of ...

Deep Sky Derelicts Review


REVIEW By Terris Harned (NWOrpheus) When Darkest Dungeon came out I immediately fell in love. It was just the right blend of cell shaded art, steampunk, rogue-like, and pithy narrative. I also had a certain ...

Stardew Valley Official Piano Collection (Music Review)


ARTICLE by Jason Parker (Ragachak) This album’s a pretty big deal to me for a few reasons. First, I adore piano collections. I have quite a few of them now, and they never get old. I remember collecting...
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