Bullet Witch Review
I found Bullet Witch refreshing among modern games that are so polished to the perfection that they have lost all personality in the process. Sure, Bullet Witch can be seen as camp by today’s standards, but that’s the gist of it - or maybe I just have better resilience as a veteran player.
Burnout Paradise Remastered Review
In ten years since its initial release, there's never been another game like Burnout Paradise. Even the other open-world racing games developed by Criterion, like Need for Speed: Most Wanted back in 2012, just never quite captured the sheer joy and excitement of racing around a city, freely parkouring through malls and over freeways and train tracks - that wonderful feeling of just DRIVING.
Toki Tori 2+ Review
When Toki Tori 2+ started, I was pretty taken aback at how simple it seemed. This was a game that came out on the WiiU a few years back to very high review scores, so I was shocked that there didn't seem to be much to it. But every step of the way, the game delighted me with something new. When I beat the first level and it revealed the full map of the game, I realized there was much, much more to it than I expected.
L.A. Noire Review
The perpetrator had just gunned down a woman in front of me and fled immediately. I gave chase, following him through the streets as he ducked between buildings, trying to escape. I trained my gun on him to fire a warning shot but couldn't get a bead on him long enough. He dodged into a fenced area, grabbed a woman, and held her hostage, threatening to kill her.