Hack and Slash

Initial 2: New Stage Review

Initial 2 shows sincere passion towards game making even though the developer Restory Studio has been lacking in everything what star developers could afford. Only nine guys made the game with a shoe-string budget so it can’t compete with the best but the effort alone is commendable. And then some.

Initial 2: New Stage Review

Fate/EXTELLA LINK Review

Despite the general low budget feel and repetitive gameplay, I enjoyed my time with Fate/Extella Link. The game provides a solid, streamlined experience worth playing for fans of the series.

Fate/EXTELLA LINK Review

RemiLore: Lost Girl in the Lands of Lore Review

RemiLore is a collection of nice programming routines – smooth scrolling, nifty animation and neatly moving objects from monsters to projectiles – but they alone don’t make a very good game when everything else is mostly lacking.

RemiLore: Lost Girl in the Lands of Lore Review

Warriors Orochi 4 Review

There is fun to be had with Warriors Orochi 4, I certainly found myself hooked in once I got going, yet I don’t recommend this game for the uninitiated. It failed to leave a strong lasting impression, and I lacked the emotional connection to the story concepts.

Warriors Orochi 4 Review

Omensight Review

Once upon a time, there was a land of Urralia. Watched over by a bird tribe and populated by dogs and cats, Pygarian empire wants to unite the land and its tribes - with force if necessary. The neighboring Rodentia fights back with all its critter and bear allies.

Omensight Review

Titan Quest Review

Twelve years have passed since the original release of Titan Quest on PC, a forever span of time in the rapidly evolving landscape of gaming. In 2006, Titan Quest was a refreshing take on the isometric action-RPG genre dominated by dungeon crawlers like Diablo and its many clones and wannabes. A mashup of Greek, Asian, and Egyptian mythology, Titan Quest's setting and monsters made it stand out, even while its gameplay didn't do much to innovate on that of its peers.

Titan Quest Review

Ninja Shodown Review

There’s been a renewed conversation in the gaming culture lately regarding difficulty. When is a game too difficult for its own good? Personally, I like it when video games have multiple difficulty modes, but it’s also not necessarily a bad thing when there’s only one, and if it happens to be demanding.

Ninja Shodown Review

Nights of Azure 2: Bride of the New Moon Review

Sometimes all you want to do at the end of a long day is to sit down and murder a couple hundred (thousand?) demons. Nights of Azure 2 gives you the chance to do just that while fighting alongside allies and a couple pets as well, but is this an enjoyable demon-slaying adventure or just a fight to be avoided?

Nights of Azure 2: Bride of the New Moon Review

Hidden Dragon Legend Review

Hidden Dragon Legend, is fresh on the PlayStation Store, waiting to take up a mercifully small 3.5 GB on the rapidly-clogging HDDs of PS4 owners everywhere. But now that you’ve gotten your fix of mass-market fun facts, let’s get to the real question: is this hack-n-slash platformer any good? Well, I mean… it isn’t bad

Hidden Dragon Legend Review

The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing

This is a poor port of a decent game that should be avoided. There are other action-RPGs to play on the PS4 with better performance that offer better value and experiences. Stay away from this version of The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing and either get the PC version or pop in Diablo III instead.     

The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing