• Review: Nova Drift

    Nova Drift is Jeffrey Nielson’s neon-tinged daydream as to what the genre of asteroid shooters can be in the enlightened age of opportunity. If you were to ask me what I feel defines the asteroid shooter genre — please, don’t all ask at once! I would tell you that...
  • Review: Lonely Mountains: Downhill

    Lonely Mountains: Downhill requires some skill and patience but it’s brilliant. Learning how to make my way from the top of a callous mountaintop to the comforting, soothing bottom is where the fun lies. If you want something that's simple but engaging, this is the game....
  • Review: Iris and The Giant

    Iris and the Giant is a game about overcoming depression that expertly uses themes of hopelessness and repetition as game mechanics. Paired with a challenging strategy card game, it'll keep you coming back for more....
  • Review: Trials of Mana

    Trials of Mana is a better game than Secret of Mana in every way. With fantastic combat, a colourful world, and hours of replayability, this game has much to offer those who seek it. ...
  • Review: Good Job!

    Good Job! is an exciting puzzler that's full of laughs, and offers nine floors of an office to cause hilarious amounts of destruction. If you've ever worked in an office and wanted to cause some damage, this may be the best way to fulfill those dreams!...
  • Review: Final Fantasy VII Remake

    Final Fantasy VII Remake is easily one of the biggest games this generation and delivers on almost everything promised. Aside from minor things like texture issues, the combat, the characters, and the world are excellent and exciting, offering hours of gameplay. Whether you've played the original Final Fantasy VII...
  • Review: Shinsekai: Into the Depths

    Shinsekai: Into the Depths is a pleasant shakeup in adventure game aesthetics. The bold move to carry an entire adventure like this underwater is one I highly respect. While I believe the Nintendo Switch offers far superior Metroidvania options in its catalogue, Shinsekai offers a solid getaway from the...
  • Review: Biped

    For my review of Chinese game developer NExT’s Biped, I am going to be honest about my time spent playing this game. In my time spent with the game, I only managed to get through four of the eight levels. As I finish my review, I’ve run into a...
  • Review: Resident Evil 3

    Resident Evil 3 is and always will be a divisive game in the series but the latest remake is excellent. Events are remixed, the zombies are better and Nemesis is as scary as ever. If you liked Resident Evil 2, then this is more of that but better....
  • Review: Doom Eternal

    Doom Eternal is the ultimate power fantasy that begs you to rip and tear demons. Everything that was good about Doom 2016 has been improved upon and the new mechanics are some the best yet. With excellent pacing and the perfect campaign length, what are you waiting for to...