• Review: Tales Of Vesperia Definitive Edition

    When I purchased Tales of Vesperia back in 2008, I didn’t expect to fall in love with it’s cast of characters, world, and gameplay. I ended up putting in dozens of hours most of which was spent learning and mastering the battle system, so I could pull off stylish...
  • Review: Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown

    Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown marks the grand return for Bandai Namco’s flight-sim series. The combat flight-simulator franchise has been lying dormant ever since the Free-To-Play spin-off from Project Aces back in 2014. It has been even longer than that since players have had the chance to sit in...
  • Interview With Jean Gauvin Of Ubi Workshop

    Over the holidays, we took the time to speak to Jean Gauvin, the Senior Creative Director of Consumer Products over at Ubi Workshop. We spoke a bit about some of his favourite items, the challenges of staying fashionable and the expansion of products over the years. I have a...
  • Review: Ravva And The Cyclops Curse

    Ravva and the Cyclops Curse is developed by Galope, an indie team composed of two individuals from Brazil who have combined their love of video games and their knowledge of Unity to create an 8-bit platformer that is reminiscent of the gaming experience of the NES era. We are told...
  • Review: Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes

    When you boot up Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes, you’re thrust into the mayhem that doesn’t stop until the credits roll. A game from Suda51 and Grasshopper Manufacture is usually meant to be taken as an experience and less a product. Goichi Suda loves to make video games,...
  • Review: New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe

    New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe continues the trend of porting missed gems to the Nintendo Switch. As it should too because I wasn’t interested in the Wii U in 2012. Generally, the Wii U is known as a misfire for Nintendo. The console had some stellar first-party titles...
  • Review: Below

    You equip your lantern to illuminate a path through the dense fog as you look for a way to the next floor. The light then reveals enemies approaching in front as bats appear and fly overhead. Your hunger reaches treacherous limits as starvation looms. You continue to fight off...
  • Review: Severed On Switch

    With DrinkBox Studio’s Gucamelee! 2 recently ported to Switch, we thought it was an excellent opportunity to take a look at one of the studio’s other games on the console; Severed. Back in April of 2016, the indie Toronto development studio, DrinkBox Studios released Severed to PlayStation Vita. As...
  • Review: PlayStation Classic

    For over twenty years, the PlayStation brand has been a staple for gamers. Sony’s fallout with Nintendo started something that has been chugging along ever since. Seeing the Japanese entertainment giant want a piece of the retro-inspired action that began with Nintendo last year, seems like it was only...
  • Review: ASUS ROG Strix GL12CM Gaming Desktop

    ASUS is known for their performance driven gaming desktops and other peripherals that are sought after by professional gamers and content creators. The Republic of Gamers Strix GL12CM gaming desktop continues this line of dedication as the hardware delivers an unforgettable experience that makes you wish you had upgraded...