Namco Bandai

Gundam Versus Review

Gundam Versus is a straightforward experience. It can be summed up as an arena-based 1 v 1, 2 v 2, or 3 v 3 fighting game. Unlike a traditional fighting game, Gundam Versus puts a lot of emphasis on mobility. The fights occur in small arenas where you have the freedom to move laterally and vertically. It also keeps the controls insanely simple, with boost on the X button, movement on the left analog, and the rest of the buttons dedicated to your various attacks. 

Gundam Versus Review

Dark Souls III

The pride and exhilaration one feels from a Dark Souls game is a lot like getting wrapped up in a blanket, fresh from the dryer, on a cold and rainy night.

Dark Souls III

Star Trek: The Game

As licensed games go, there have been worse than Star Trek. It stays out of the bottom of the barrel, but that statement isn’t a ringing endorsement of the game. While I never went into this game expecting great gameplay, I at least hoped that it could produce the feel and charm that Sulu, Uhura, Spock, Kirk, and Bones showed in the 2009 movie. The aim of any licensed game should be to give you the feeling of being those characters. This game does nothing of the sort, and that is why it is a failure. A more ambitious script, combined with a few memorable levels, would have made for a pretty good game. Instead, Star Trek: The Game, is a boring experience that you will forget about soon after you are done with it.

Star Trek: The Game