Torchlight II – Nintendo Switch Review


REVIEW by Jason Parker (Ragachak) One of my favorite ways to play Action-RPGs is with a controller. The characters only need a few moves, so it’s easy to slot your abilities across a few buttons. You run a...

Ashes of Oahu Review (PC)


REVIEW by Jason Parker (Ragachak) I often find myself overwhelmed in open-world/sandbox games. There is always a colossal amount to do, and it’s exhausting to think about every option. Ashes of Oahu do...

No Man’s Sky Beyond Review – A Story of Redemption


REVIEW By Terris Harned (NWOrpheus)   A difficult beginning No game has had quite so upsetting a launch as No Man’s Sky. Well, maybe Fallout 76. And, well, there was Star Wars Battlefront 2. And there...

Pagan Online Review (PC)


REVIEW By Jason Parker (Ragachak) I love Action RPGs — Grim Dawn and Diablo 2 are some of the most fun I’ve had in a hack ‘n’ slash loot fest. There are things about Pagan Online that...

Ragachak’s Least-Favorite RPG Remakes


REVIEW by Jason Parker (Ragachak) We are living in the era of the HD Remake/Remasters. So many games from my youth are coming back, and quite a lot of them are beautiful. Final Fantasy VII Remake looks like...

Breath of Fire 1 – Retro Review


REVIEW by Jason Parker (Ragachak) Nintendo recently made a huge change to get people to purchase their Nintendo Online: They added Super Nintendo games to the list! Some of the choices are odd to me (Super T...

Telefrag Review: Fast Paced, Going Nowhere


REVIEW By Terris Harned (NWOrpheus) I forget where, but not long ago I read an article suggesting that VR was in its “‘80s phase” compared to non-VR gaming. The ‘80s was definitely a time of experime...

Winds of Change Review


REVIEW By Jaime Skelton (MissyS) Walk along the bridge between books and video games, and somewhere along your path you will find the visual novel. It’s a special genre of entertainment, offering graphics ...

Solasta: Crown of the Magister Demo Impressions


REVIEW by Jason Parker (Ragachak)   I recently had a chance to play the hour-long Solasta: Crown of the Magister demo, with their Kickstarter starting shortly. It’s a free demo, but I got to try ...

Gorn Review: Goodness Gracious, Gore Galore


REVIEW By Terris Harned (NWOrpheus) Some games are praised for their graphical elegance. Other titles might be lauded for their masterful symphonic soundtrack. Perhaps a game’s story pulls at your heartstr...
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