• Review: Effie

    Inverge Studios is a small independent studio in Valencia, Spain that has always enjoyed classic 3D action-adventure titles, so they set their minds along a path to create their own adventure known as Effie that would incorporate elements such as platforming, combat, puzzles, and the exploration of an open...
  • Review: Octopath Traveler

    Depending on who you ask, RPG fans will debate whether the SNES-era was the golden age of RPGs and everything they represented. In a time where, these games were in abundance on the system and the likes of Chrono Trigger and Final Fantasy VI were fresh experiences that blew...
  • Review: DaVinci IQ Vapoourizer

    The Cannabis Act legalized recreational cannabis use nationwide in Canada and went into effect on October 17, 2018. For years, Canadians hid their hobby from the world and it’s been known how much Canadians love their marijuana. It’s why every year, citizens around Toronto would march to Queen’s Park...
  • Review: Masquerada: Songs And Shadows

    Masquerada: Songs and Shadows launched on PlayStation 4 in 2017 and came from developer Witching Hour Studios out of Singapore. What caught my eye was the striking art style and locations, by using an inspired Venetian backdrop where magic and political drama are part of the culture. The more...
  • Review: Everybody’s Golf VR

    I’m standing on the green and tilt my head up, taking in the rays of the sun that extend over Everybody’s Golf VR’s Forest course. Driver, or rather PlayStation Move in hand, I adjust my grip and club to account for the wind. I take a breath and give...
  • Review: American Fugitive

    My initial reaction to American Fugitive included much excitement due to the similar style of the legendary Grand Theft Auto top-down iterations. Fallen Tree Games stated that they were inspired from these classic titles and wanted to create their own story to tell within a 3D top-down world to...
  • Review: Slay The Spire

    It has been almost two years since the initial release of Slay the Spire on PC and it is still going strong as it expands onto PS4. Players who approach it with the assumption that it will play similar to Hearthstone and Gwent will immediately be surprised that it...
  • Review: Blood & Truth

    The launch of the PlayStation VR came with several standout titles from the start, but one game that stuck with me since the launch in 2016 was London Heist. For good reason, too. The hour-long tease of what Sony’s budding platform was capable of in 2016 was the perfect...
  • Review: SteamWorld Quest: Hand of Gilgamech

    Swedish developer Image & Form have been on a streak as of late, with their SteamWorld series taking the gaming world by storm. After only dabbling with previous entries, I never really had the chance to sit down and enjoy the world the developers created. What I appreciate about...
  • Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse: Interview With Head Of Physical Production Pam Marsden

    Pam Marsden, Head of Physical Production for Sony Pictures Animation, took center stage at Collision Conference in Toronto. Marsden held a brief 15-minute keynote in which she reflected on the success and challenges endured during the production of the Academy Award-winning Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. For those unaware of...
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