Fire Emblem: Three Houses Review


REVIEW by Jason Parker (Ragachak) Fire Emblem is arguably the grandfather of the turn-based RPG genre, and the first I can think of that had Real-World Consequences. By that, I mean when a character dies, th...

Oxygen Not Included Review


REVIEW By Terris Harned (NWOrpheus) I never actually played Dwarf Fortress, so in some ways I’m a latecomer to the colony survival genre. I did play Gnomoria and Banished, and I reviewed Judgment: Apocalyp...

Killsquad – Early Access Preview


REVIEW by Jason Parker (Ragachak) Killsquad is an upcoming game from Novarama, who have put together a truly fascinating action-RPG. Set in a grim future, the players control one of several Mercenaries, whos...

Super Mario Maker 2 Review (Nintendo Switch)


REVIEW by Jason Parker (Ragachak) I played some of the original Super Mario Maker, but only when I had a Nintendo DS; it was simply not worth buying a Wii U to play Mario Maker. I’m not sorry, but I though...

Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order Review


REVIEW by Jason Parker (Ragachak) I. Absolutely. Loved the previous Marvel Ultimate Alliance games. Every time I would play the MMO Marvel Heroes, I would find myself missing the Ultimate Alliance games. Let...

Blood Bowl: Death Zone Review


REVIEW By Terris Harned (NWOrpheus) I remember a while back the big fad was rubbing all manner of meat with coffee. You could find coffee rubbed ribeye, coffee rubbed pork chops, mocha rubbed chicken breasts...

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,...
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