Disclosure: This review was written using a press copy of the game.
Not sure what's going on here, but Anik is reviewing WASTED, so that might have something to do with my delirium. Pretty sure WASTED is the lovechild of "Idiocracy" and Fallout. Disclosure: This review was written using a press copy of the game.
By Michael Stoll 15 September 2016 Top Line: Poly Bridge is a fun, challenging puzzle game tasked with the unfortunate task of following up the nearly identical Bridge Constructor. 3/5. Have you ever booted up a new game and felt like you’ve played it before? Chances are you have. Sometimes it’s because you actually have... Continue Reading →
By Michael Stoll 09 August 2016 Top line: Avernum 2: Crystal Souls is a classic-style RPG with all of its skill and creativity dedicated to making dungeon mazes and none of it dedicated to making the game interesting. 1.5/5. The previous image is symbolic of my experience playing Avernum 2: Crystal Souls. You’ll notice, just... Continue Reading →
My first experience with a farming simulator was the first Harvest Moon. I had just moved to a more rural area and one of my new friends was just as much of a gamer as I was but had the means to pick up newer games or hunt down older games. It was 1998 or... Continue Reading →
Duet was not what I was expecting. The name itself makes me think of two musicians working together to make beautiful music. Instead, I was presented with a game that involved spinning around in a circle to avoiding obstacles. Let's go through the usual steps to explain this, shall we? ==The Pitch== Duet is a... Continue Reading →
By Zatheera, 01 March 2016 An Impromptu Feature Piece of Ark: Survival Evolved Ark: Survival Evolved is an action adventure multiplayer game by Studio Wildcard, which can also be played in a single-player mode. It is a truly masochistic game, and I say that with love in my heart. For those that like to PVP, I’d... Continue Reading →
By Zatheera, 10 October 2015 A Yasai Ninja Review After deciding I needed a break from my usual games, I gave Yasai Ninja on PS4 a try. It features both a singleplayer and co-op mode where you get to take Veggie Tales-style characters through various puzzles and combat other produce-themed enemies in Feudal Japan, all... Continue Reading →
By ZenMasterSteelix 24 September 2015 What can I say, I like the gamble of random interaction. Disclosure: This review was written using a press copy of the game. I'd like to start off positive, I really enjoyed this game. It's got action, diplomacy, strategy, and a whole lot of luck, and I love me some... Continue Reading →