The Messenger Review: Retro Platforming Greatness


REVIEW by Jason Parker (Ragachak) I’m back, friends! Now that Hurricane Florence has left, and I have power and internet at home again, I’m back to hopefully writing daily content outside of news...

Dragon Quest XI Review: Never Too Much of a Good Thing


REVIEW by Jason Parker (Ragachak) I find it to be personally fascinating that in 30 years, Dragon Quest has remained unchained. It’s remarkable that one of the most popular RPG franchises in the world just...

Retro Review: Lufia and the Fortress of Doom


REVIEW by Jason Parker (Ragachak) I’ve reviewed Lufia 2: Rise of the Sinistrals in the past, but I think it’s time I go back to where it started. What I think is fascinating is that Lufia 2 takes...

Yakuza Kiwami 2 Review: There Can Be Only One


REVIEW by Jason Parker (Ragachak) I hope that Yakuza Kiwami 2 continues to grow the franchise here in America, because we need the rest of the games to be remastered and brought to the West on the PS4 and St...

Little Dragons Cafe Review


REVIEW by Jason Parker (Ragachak) Aksys Games have put together something adorable and endearing in Little Dragon’s Cafe. It’s cute, with an almost pastel art style, but while it starts sweet and adorabl...

Impulsion Review


REVIEW By Terris Harned (NWOrpheus) Have you ever found yourself wanting to play a game where you’re given some sort of experimental technology that bends the very laws of physics? A game that places you i...

Noahmund Review: A Beautiful Spanish JRPG


REVIEW I do love the JRPG style of games, that’s not anything new or exciting. What is new and exciting isNoahmund, a JRPG out of Spain’s “Estudio Abrego”, and it has been quite the experience. In No...

Path of Motus Review


REVIEW By Terris Harned (NWOrpheus) “Stop.” “No.” “Can’t” “Failure.” Some people argue words have no power. Others argue that the pen is mightier than the sword. In The Path of Motus, words...

Deck Casters Review


REVIEW by Jason Parker (Ragachak) Deck Casters is an interesting creation – It came into being as ArmaGallant: Decks of Destiny on the Playstation 4, and was converted/ported over to the PC, simply as ...

Wreckfest Review


REVIEW By Terris Harned (NWOrpheus) People turn to a wide variety of sources for stress relief. Some people like to shop. Other folks might eat away their woes. I’ve even heard that some people like to exe...

Octopath Traveler Review: A Tale as Old as Time


REVIEW by Jason Parker (Ragachak) I’m still playing through Octopath Traveler, but there’s so much to do that if I waited until I was at the end to write this review, I’m looking at easily 70-80 hours....
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