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”
Fire Emblem: Three Houses
There are so many reviews of the game out there, but this is specifically for the limited “Limited Edition” review.
I’m a newbie to Fire Emblem so this is my introduction to the franchise. If you’re like me, this can be a great place to start playing. The box set is not too flashy, all in black with gold lettering and accents. I was kind of surprised by the contents.
The artbook is a pretty solid sized coffee table style artbook (hardcover!), and the game itself comes in a gorgeous looking steel book.
Gelly Break – Review
What happens when you take Splatoon and make it a Jump & Run platformer? you get a really fun, satisfying to play, couch-play shoot’em’up that does not fail to challengeContinue reading “Gelly Break – Review”
The Legend of Zelda Link’s Awakening Review
The Legend of Zelda Link’s Awakening was released 26 years ago for the original Gameboy. Now it’s time for a new generation to experience one of the beloved games in the franchise with updated graphics, improved mechanics and a beautiful world to explore. Are you ready to wake up the Wind Fish?
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.
BurgerTime Party! – Review
I got to admit: when BurgerTime Party! landed on my desk waiting to be reviewd I never thought I was gonna enjoy it the way I did and that a game that I never heard of is an heir to a rich family of games that dates back all the way to the ’80s!Continue reading “BurgerTime Party! – Review”
Our visit to Rotterdam Games Week 2019 (Dreamhack)
We have just completed our first-day visit to Rotterdam games week and boy we had a great time! In this new event in the Netherlands, gamers are truly celebrating with a lot of video games, ESPORTS competitions, giveaways (many of them for free at the Expo) and a whole lot more!Continue reading “Our visit to Rotterdam Games Week 2019 (Dreamhack)”