Dragon Quest Builders 2 Review (PS4)


REVIEW by Jason Parker (Ragachak) I enjoyed Dragon Quest Builders 1, but it had some serious issues that cropped up as I went through the game. Fortunately, Dragon Quest Builders 2 addresses them in ways tha...

Monster Jam Steel Titans Review


REVIEW By Terris Harned (NWOrpheus) A little part of me has always had a soft spot for demolition derbies (see my review of Wreckfest), and monster truck rallies. Probably because I’m one-quarter redneck o...

Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night Review (PC)


REVIEW by Jason Parker (Ragachak)   “What is a man? A miserable little pile of pachinko machines!” – someone at Konami, likely. Seriously, Konami has just made mistake after mistake over the y...

Ashen Review


REVIEW By Terris Harned (NWOrpheus) As a gamer, I feel very fortunate to be alive in the times we live in. My Steam library has 242 games in it (that are visible; some others I’ve permanently hidden for on...

Atelier Lulua: The Scion of Arland Review


REVIEW by Andrew Skelton (Outfoxed) I know what you’re thinking.  “Another Atelier game?  There was one released just a few months ago!”  Well, first of all, that was a spin-off title, and secondly,...

Warhammer: Chaosbane Review


REVIEW by Jason Parker (Ragachak) I will say that it nails the aesthetic – even if I’m tired of the Sewers. As a much younger man, I didn’t get into Warhammer – getting into the tabletop ...

Judgment – A New Adventure in Kamurocho (PS4 Review)


REVIEW by Jason Parker (Ragachak) It’s no big secret by now that the Yakuza franchise is one of my all-time favorites – which says a lot for someone that is not a fan of open-world/sandbox games. I w...

Ragachak’s Top 5 Modern RPGs


REVIEW by Jason Parker (Ragachak) God. Bless. America this was difficult to write. I’ll probably do some more of these based on era/consoles, to make it a little easier. Today’s list is a bit mor...

Rise of Industry Review


REVIEW by Andrew Skelton (Outfoxed) If you’ll pardon the pun, tycoon games have been on a rollercoaster of a ride since I was young.  For a while, they were everywhere, encompassing a wide range of genres...
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