What do you think of when you hear Sonic the Hedgehog? For me, it brings back memories of playing Sonic 2 on the Genesis, sitting on the living room floor, screaming at the TV with my siblings. Sonic Mania has brought that memory to life, sitting on the couch with my husband, screaming as we try to defeat Eggman!
You know that part in The Matrix where Neo is moving so fast that it looks as if time is just standing still? That part where he’s bending his body back to avoid the bullets rushing past him as the camera spins around showing their path through the sky… SUPERHOT VR takes that moment we all had when we first saw The Matrix and said to ourselves that we wish it were real and puts you in the shoes of “The One”.
Oceanhorn – Monster of Uncharted Seas was originally developed for iOS devices back in 2013 and has been ported over the years to other consuls like PS4, Vita and now finally the Nintendo switch. The game starts with you, the unnamed protagonist, waking up to find your father has gone off to defeat a monster named Oceanhorn. With your dead mother’s pendant glowing and leading you to find a weapon, the story unfolds to reveal that something evil is going on in the world around you. Continue reading “Oceanhorn – Monster of Uncharted Seas Review (Nintendo Switch)”
I’ve had a Nintendo Switch since launch and well over 90% of my play time with it has been on the go. That said, a functional, durable, good looking case was on my shopping list well before release.
Nier: Automata is the Action RPG pseudo open world sequel to 2010’s hidden gem Nier, which is a spin-off of the first game in the Drakengard/Drag-On Dragoon series also by Yoko Taro. NO PRIOR KNOWLEDGE IS NECESSARY TO ENJOY THE GAME.
Nier: Automata is the love child of Square-Enix’s Yoko Taro and Platinum’s stylized CUHRAYZEE action game. Along with that, there are many people involve with this game that are absolutely stellar yet overshadowed by their more noticeable counter figures. Continue reading “NieR: Automata Review (PS4)”
Battle Mirages as they try to steal Performa from the world, all while keeping up with your dance lessons and recording your new hit single. Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Review Game purchased from retail, DLC purchased from the eShop Played through the story, did all side-stories and most of the side requests Total Play Time: 90 hours Continue reading Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Review (Wii U)
Star Ghost is addictive. It’s as simple as that; if you want a game to obsess over and scores to chase than stop reading this right now and go and buy this game.
For those who are still here, Star Ghost is the first game from Squarehead Studios, which is a small independent game developer based out of Wales in the UK with a great pedigree in Nintendo gaming, with the head of the studio having worked previously at Retro Games and Rare. Star Ghost was released on March 10th, exclusively on the Wii U eShop for €8.99/£7.99. Continue reading “Star Ghost Review”
Let’s just face it, everyone loves a good anime fighter… What’s that? You don’t?! Well I do and this is my review for Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax on the PS Vita! Continue reading “Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax Review (PS Vita)”
Following the brilliant success of the Project Diva games that have been released on the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita, Hatsune Miku finally comes to the west on a system outside of the Sony family in Project Mirai DX. With over 40 tracks and TONS of things to do, there’s not a moment you’ll be bored in this game! Continue reading “Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX Review (3DS)”
In the world of mobile games, one game stood above all others earning Apple’s Game of the Year award in 2013. Fast-forward two years, add some multiplayer, new levels and port it to the Wii U (among other systems) and you get Badland: Game of the Year Edition. Continue reading “Badland: Game of the Year Edition Review (Wii U)”