Month: March 2020

6 minute read

Why You Should Watch Keep Your Hands Off Eizouken

Masaaki Yuasa has earned a reputation as one of the most exciting creative voices in the anime industry, routinely helming projects that transcend the many cliches and ingrained assumptions that frequently define the medium. His latest project, Keep Your Hands […]

2 minute read

NieR Replicant Remaster Announced

On Sunday, Square Enix announced that they will be releasing a remaster of cult-classic NieR Replicant for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. The new version, NieR Replicant 1.22474487139…, is being developed by ToyLogic in conjunction with NieR and NieR: Automata […]

5 minute read

Final Fantasy 7 Remake | Preview

It’s been almost 20 years since the first whisperings of a remake of beloved RPG landmark Final Fantasy 7 began floating around convention floors, gaming magazines, and internet forums. Well everybody, it’s almost time. As of the time of writing […]

Hidden Through Time
4 minute read

Hidden Through Time | Review

A family friendly game for all ages, perfect for keeping children busy for several hours during a lockdown. The world is a stressful place, so for a game to come along with no violence and very easy controls it is […]

6 minute read

My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising | Review

While superhero fiction has arguably reached an over-saturation point, Studio Bones’ adaptation of My Hero Academia has consistently stood out through incredible animation, strong battle shonen trappings, and an abundance of heart. The series’ latest film, My Hero Academia: Heroes […]

5 minute read

Damsel: Nintendo Switch Edition | Review

I first played Damsel at PAX Australia back in 2018 and remember feeling hopeful that it would be playable on the Nintendo Switch. I, myself, don’t own a high powered gaming PC and wanted to give the game the love […]

World of Horror
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World of Horror | Review

From developer Panstasz comes a captivating love-letter to cosmic horror, and to the stories and storytellers that wove its rich tapestry. When I first sat down with World of Horror, I wasn’t quite sure what to expect. From my pre-game […]

9 minute read

Blackwake Review

After a few years in Early Access, the multiplayer pirate combat title Blackwake gets an official full release. Being a game made by a tiny dev team that relies heavily on word of mouth rather than a big marketing budget, […]

The Falconeer
5 minute read

The Falconeer Preview: A Soaring One-Man Title

When I first caught a glimpse of The Falconeer at PAX East, I was certainly impressed by what I saw. This beautiful game puts you on the wings of a falcon that you control in flight, exploring and fighting your way […]

Final Fantasy VII
4 minute read

PAX East 2020: Impressions Part 2 – The Falconeer + More!

PAX East entered the weekend smoothly; lines were reasonable, hands were clean, and the new games were out in force! Here are some more impressions from the second half of PAX East. Disintegration Disintegration is an unusual first-person shooter that eschews […]

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Impressions From PAX East: Chivalry II

The original Chivalry: Medieval Warfare filled a niche that had, surprisingly, remained relatively unfulfilled until its release. The 2012 title gave gamers the chance to step into the shoes of a knight participating in bloody, gore-soaked combat. Now, almost eight years later, […]