Category: Nintendo

Xeodrifter review

Having been released on the PS4 the day Metal Gear Solid V released, Xeodrifter flew under my radar even though it was free for ps plus members. Relying heavily on difficulty, renegade kid’s Xeodrifter...

Bayonetta Switch Impressions

Bayonetta was one of the tightest character action games when it first released in 2009-2010. It’s flashy combat and tight controls made it a household name when discussing the niche genre, and would even...

TBT – X2: Wolverine’s Revenge

Wolverine has been a long-time favorite among us mutant lovers. Whether it’s Logan’s penchant for bloodthirsty brawls, or his near immortality, for some reason, the feral Wolverine leads the mutants in popularity. X2: Wolverine’s Revenge,...

Golf Story Review

Judging by Golf Story’s credits, the game was developed by a team about the same size as my immediate family. Otherwise there is no other indication that the game was made by only a...

One More Dungeon Review

One More Dungeon can best be described as a hybrid of old school first-person shooters and rougelike games. Originally developed by Russian developer Stately Snail for Steam, the game was localized with help from...

Yono and the Celestial Elephants Review

Yono and the Celestial Elephants is a simple adventure game with interesting puzzles, pleasing art, and a surprisingly philosophical story. Those who are looking for deep combat or customization may be disappointed with the...