Last year Limited Run Games, a company that releases exclusive physical versions of digital video games, in limited quantities, announced the physical release of Celeste. After almost a year of waiting, I finally got it, and now I can share the unboxing with you.Continue reading “Celeste Collector’s Edition Unboxing”
Jamestown+ – Review
Jamestown+ is a co-op friendly shoot ’em up for all gamers and casual players alike. Sir Walter Raleigh, a disgraced knight, finds himself against the Mars warriors and the Spanish Conquistador. Do you have what it takes to save the last British colony on Mars and win the war for the New World?Continue reading “Jamestown+ – Review”
GearStorm Review – Conquer the stars
Being a huge space games fan and a minecraft addict, I was really excited to hear about a new game called Gearstorm being released on Steam’s early access and I had the chance of playing it during this weekend, so how was it? The short answer is: Even though it’s still in early access stage – I had a hell of a good time playing it.Continue reading “GearStorm Review – Conquer the stars”
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order – Review
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is the new game developed by Respawn Entertainment in the Star Wars universe, which takes place a few years after the execution of Order 66. So if any of you ever wanted to know the struggles of a Jedi, this is for you.Continue reading “Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order – Review”
One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows – Beta Review
As a huge fan of the “One Punch Man” anime series, I was so excited to hear that a fighting game based on the series is in development, and even more so that I got to play in the closed beta, and sure enough, I felt like I am a part of the show.Continue reading “One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows – Beta Review”
Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes Complete Edition – (PS4) Review
In a world of heroes and assassins, our hero/assassin Travis Touchdown finds himself sucked into the world of video games with Badman, a guy who came to kill Travis for revenge of his daughter. Developed by Grasshopper Manufacture and published by Grasshopper Manufacture and Marvelous Inc. This game really makes you wanna keep on going with its funky music and hilarious conversations.Continue reading “Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes Complete Edition – (PS4) Review”
POSTAL 4: It’s back and I love it!
While still in the early stage of development I got the chance of trying out POSTAL 4, the game is available as an early access download on Steam. After playing all other POSTAL games including POSTAL 3, I had some concerns before trying it out, but boy was I wrong.Continue reading “POSTAL 4: It’s back and I love it!”
Six Sides of the World – Review
If there’s one area where I feel gaming espcially consoles and PC is puzzle games and when I say that I mean good puzzle games. Luckily the switch is starting to get a wave of fresh and interesting titles such as “Me & myself” which completely fascinated me with it’s simple and elegant mechanics and “Six Sides of the World” is no different.Continue reading “Six Sides of the World – Review”
A new enemy emerges in Dragon Ball Z Kakarot
Even during my interview with Ryosuke Hara – the game developer for Dragon Ball Z Kakarot, I had a feeling will see a familiar face in the game and now it’s official.Continue reading “A new enemy emerges in Dragon Ball Z Kakarot”
Little Briar Rose – Review
The classic story of Sleeping Beauty (or “Little Briar Rose”) is reinventing himself in this stunningly beautiful little adventure.
It’s not too often that we meet our beloved childhood stories in a game that adults can also enjoy.