When we first saw Kena: Bridge of Spirits, it seems as if Dreamworks, Zelda, Pikmin and Kameo spawned an unholy love child. It definitely left a lasting impression, one that had been basically cyber stalking the developers for every drop of tasty news about the game that may come. And with delays after delays, I was getting tired of appetizers and was ready for the main entrée. Finally, that time has arrived. The game is out, and reviewers got the first bite. So, was it tasty as imagined? Here's the review roundup:
When someone thinks back fondly of the Wii, violence and gruesome is not an image you would expect to pop up in your head. But thanks to the likes of No More Heroes 1 and 2, my memories of grandma's first console was one of the wacky bosses, blood and a whole lot of...ahem...wand jerking. I always dreamt of NMH3 coming to WiiU, but Suda 51 is a cruel man and had been wait a little longer. But was it worth the wait? Here's the review roundup:
After the incredible success of Monster Hunter Worlds and Rise, Capcom's monster series is riding a new found mainstream hype in recent years. So, it makes total sense that they will give the series' rpg spin-off another shot with a sequel to Monster Hunter Stories. But can it reach the highest max ratings? Here's the review roundup:
Another June and E3 have sadly come to end, and with it, the ushering in of the real dog days of Summer. Last month we got some stellar games, but it is time for the annual post-E3 lul that arrives at the start of July. Here's hoping this year's version ain't so bad. Here's our recommendation:
Beautiful anime cell shaded graphics? Check. Awesome looking combat? Check. Fun and engaging role-playing gameplay? Check. Interesting enemy designs? Ahh...nope! However, Scarlet Nexus still managed to capture the attention of gamers who are looking for a new anime action role-playing game especially with Tales of Arise still some months away. So, is this the beginning of a new stellar IP franchise? Here's the review roundup:
Max Morales was a blast, and Demon Souls Remake was a spectacle, but PS5 owners have been chomping at the bits for a real meaty next-gen experience. That time has come as the sharp minds over at Insomniac Games are readying the latest entry into the popular Ratchet and Clank franchise. Rift Apart promises to take us to a place that a lombax had never been before, but does it take PS5 players to newer heights? Here's the review roundup:
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