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Riddled Corpses EX Review

The gameplay is so simple it’s almost hypnotic, with a chiptune soundtrack thumping in the background and the characters guns’ continuous stream of spot effects adding an extra rhythm track to pace the action. The pixel art is chunky but expressive and the action runs in a smooth 60fps with no slow-down.

Riddled Corpses EX Review

Little Witch Academia: Chamber of Time Review

Chamber of Time is slow-paced, looks a bit drab and it can be repetitive and awkward to play. In a way, it’s much like Akko herself. She’s far from perfect but spunky and open-hearted, making her irresistibly disarming. There’s a strong positive vibe going on that rubs on you, and it helps in overcoming the game’s shortcomings.

Little Witch Academia: Chamber of Time Review

Bleed 2 Review

Bleed 2 is a short-lived but tight package of intense arcade action with no extra frills or cheap padding. Simply put, it’s fun as hell!

Bleed 2 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

Morphite Review

Morphite definitely has its place on the PS4. While its shortage of depth discourages extended play sessions, the game fulfills its desired role as an escape - not just from the real world, but the explosiveness of other games.

Morphite Review

Light Tracer Review

Light Tracer had a lot of promise. Playing as a faceless, nameless, and voiceless guardian angel of sorts, you use a magic wand to guide a diminutive princess as she climbs the mystical Tower of Bellbatis to commune with the gods.

Light Tracer Review

Rock of Ages 2: Bigger and Boulder Review

Rock of Ages 2 is a fun and madcap adventure, giving you the ability to desecrate art and history, but the game has a habit of taking a little too long with each match. The humor and character carry it a long way and the battles can come to very tense nail-biting finishes, but a better balance on the damage and more interesting map designs would do a lot to help give it more legs.

Rock of Ages 2: Bigger and Boulder Review

DreamBreak Review

Or maybe I have got the game all wrong. Imagine Soviet Union in the dark 1980’s, home computers being a scarce luxury. Maybe, just maybe, DreamBreak is a pastiche of those old Commodore 64 games that were pirated to behind the iron curtain.

DreamBreak Review

Sonic Mania Review

Sonic Mania is a wonderful celebration of what's made Sonic so great in the past while also striving to push it forward. This isn't to say it's perfect – it has some of the problems of the previous games as well – but it's such a perfect encapsulation of old Sonic games, it's impressive.

Sonic Mania Review

Valkyria Revolution Review

If you're curious about the Valkyria franchise, my advice would be to pick up the HD remaster of the original Valkyria Chronicles. I can't speak for the two follow-up games released on the Vita, but I can say, with certainty, that Valkyria Revolution is not worth your time or money.   

Valkyria Revolution Review

Chime Sharp Review

This game will not offer you a helping hand, so if you want to succeed, you’d best be prepared to put in a lot of effort. It might look a little bland, but it’s certainly not a bad way to spend some of your time. Honestly, if you’re a fan of electronic music and have a lot of patience, those are good reasons to try it.

Chime Sharp Review

Deformers Review

Perhaps if they also added some additional content or single player modes, it could hold a bit more value, but I don’t think it could save the game. Ultimately, considering the number of currently active players and lack of initiative to fix the game by the developers, I think the damage has already been done. There is simply no reason to buy this game, period.

Deformers Review

What Remains of Edith Finch Review

What Remains of Edith Finch is a strong contender for my Top 5 Games of 2017, and even if you might not consider yourself a fan of the genre, I would still strongly encourage you to give this game a shot. 

What Remains of Edith Finch Review

Everything Review

Everything is definitely a unique experience but it does wear out its welcome at a point. When it starts to feel empty and like all you're doing is mechanically ticking things off of a "found a thing to control!" checklist and feels like it's leaving its message to the wayside, that's when it's best to cut it loose, in my opinion. It can feel unlike anything you've ever played, but eventually, like real existence, it starts to feel like a slog. But in those moments when it's firing on all cylinders, it's really something special. 

Everything Review

Shiness: The Lightning Kingdom Review

I enjoyed my time with Shiness but it’s not hard to see the faults in the game’s façade. I’m not sure I’ll ever go back to the game but the dozen or so hours I spent with it were enjoyable in a Saturday cartoon kind of way. Shiness is a serviceable action-RPG with a distinct look that will probably make any fan of the manga or PS2 action-RPGs smile.

Shiness: The Lightning Kingdom Review

Korix Review

That’s probably for the best though. I can’t fathom going against a human player--I’d be ripped to shreds! Korix is a great entry level RTS that uses the technology of the PlayStation VR in a spectacularly immersive fashio

Korix Review