Theseus PlayStation VR Review

by Mark Kriskaon July 25, 2017
When playing VR it's easy to be immersed or thrown out of the experience. Theseus made me forget the real world and submerged me in the ancient world.

Super Hot PSVR Review

by Mark Kriskaon July 21, 2017
Super Hot PSVR is a high stake puzzle shooter that makes you feel like you're in a AAA action movie. If you ever wanted to be Neo, here is your chance.
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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild – The Master Trials Review

by Jason Arriolaon July 14, 2017
This is the first time a main series Zelda game has an expansion pass, but is Breath of the Wild’s first foray into expanded content worth it?

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Spider-Man Homecoming Review: Peter Parker Is Back

by Ken Borteron July 12, 2017
Spider-Man Homecoming is this summer's blockbuster hit, but has it restored the good name of Peter Parker to what we know and love?

Nex Machina Review – Slick And Satisfying

by Rich Casselon July 11, 2017
Blast through the robot hordes, save some lives, and have a great time doing it with Housemarque's Nex Machina on PlayStation 4!

Shantae: Half-Genie Hero Review: A Wish Come True

by Jason Arriolaon July 5, 2017
Shantae: Half-Genie Hero is back yet again and Nintendo Switch is the way to go if you haven’t already picked this gem up.

Crash Bandicoot: N-Sane Trilogy Review: A Cortex Vortex of Nostalgia

by Jason Arriolaon June 29, 2017
Vicarious Visions has taken the beloved Crash Bandicoot trilogy and breathed new life into these games. Crash is back and he looks better than ever!

Bump In The Night – Perception Review

by David Bahleon June 29, 2017
Perception attempts to be more than a first person locate object game. But in reality, it achieves just that. It is a new kind of horror game from The Deep End Games -- a type of game that takes on the phrase “bump in the night”and makes it literal.

Harvest Moon Lil Farmers Review

by Carly Frithon June 28, 2017
Harvest Moon has a large and loyal fanbase and could arguably be called one of the most popular “sim” style games out there. Natsume and Rising Star Games decided to bring the feel of Harvest Moon to the next generation of gamers.


ARMS Review: Armed and Dangerous

by Jason Arriolaon June 22, 2017
ARMS is more than just a new Nintendo IP. It represents the big N’s natural ability to do something fresh and innovative within an established norm.