• Review: Space Junkies

    I always get excited when I hear of an upcoming VR shooter, especially when it takes place in space, so the unveiling of Space Junkies was not to be missed. The success of VR shooters depend solely on the careful execution of gameplay mechanics to immerse players in the...
  • Review: The Legend Of Heroes: Trails Of Cold Steel

    The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel flew under my radar for some time. Hell, the entire Legend of Heroes series evaded me until recently. Starting way, way back on the PlayStation Portable in 2011, the series went some time without rolling into mainstream news, serving a niche...
  • Review: Nintendo Labo VR Starter Kit + Blaster

    Being skeptical is a natural thing that we humans do. The feeling comes from being unsure of what we’re getting into and whether investing our time into something is worth the investment. Case in point: Virtual Boy – one of the blemishes on Nintendo’s otherwise wonderful series of consoles...
  • Review: MLB The Show 19

    The introductory video showcasing the return of spring brings about a new season of Major League Baseball and it is sure to get the blood flowing as fans around the world have been waiting to see their teams return to action with the hope of winning the World Series....
  • Review: Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice

    It wasn’t until I’d seen a notification for the third time during my playthrough of From Software’s Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, telling me I’d given three poor souls Dragon Rot. This is the game telling you that you’re dying far too many times and now NPCs in the world...
  • Review: Edifier W860NB

    The Way Music Is Meant To Be Listened To The market is flooded with countless headphones that offer various features and state they are the last headphones you will need to purchase. The prices of headphones vary, but the majority advertise that they offer world renowned, or revolutionary sound....
  • Review: Yoshi’s Crafted World

    It’s hard not to love Yoshi. Seeing Nintendo’s other mascot in any game brings about excitement. As did the initial reveal at E3 2017, where Nintendo revealed the gorgeous platformer with an art style reminiscent of Little Big Planet, and gameplay I’m head over heels about. And so, while...
  • Review: One Piece: World Seeker

    Out of all the popular anime around, One Piece isn’t one I ever found myself interested in. Friends often pressured me into giving the series a chance and for a brief time, I considered diving into the expansive saga of Monkey D. Luffy. I liked the world, I like...
  • Review: Tom Clancy’s The Division 2

    The first installment of Tom Clancy’s The Division was initially well received, but the endgame left players hungry for more content. Personally speaking, I stepped away from it after having spent countless hours immersing myself with the experience. However, I reentered The Division a year later and was immediately...
  • Review: Left Alive

    After seeing Left Alive during a hands-off demo in the summer, I left my appointment with Square Enix feeling better than when I went in. Of course, after playing the spinoff set in Front Mission, I believe what I was feeling was due to the Kingdom Hearts III demo...
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