3DS, Articles, PC, PS4, Wii U, XONE

Eduardo’s Top Games of 2016

Many are considering 2016 to be one of the worst the world has ever seen. Games, however, have been pretty freaking great all year round, so at least they’ve helped keep people entertained while all sorts of chaos takes place in the real world. Here are a few of my personal standouts. Are some of… Continue reading Eduardo’s Top Games of 2016

3DS, iOS, PS Vita, Reviews, Wii U

Severed Review – A cut above

Severed might just be the best implementation of cutting I've seen in a game so far. Then again, I have zero experience with this type of game in the mobile scene, but as it stands, Severed is impressive enough just for how far it takes the concept of slashing with its surprisingly deep gameplay, cooky visuals… Continue reading Severed Review – A cut above

3DS, Reviews

Monster Hunter Generations Review – Once more, with feeling

There's something to playing Monster Hunter that no other game provides. I've been hunting since Monster Hunter Tri on the Wii, and I still haven't been able to pin just what exactly makes the series so special. Maybe it's the amount of things you get to do at any given time, with ample opportunities to get… Continue reading Monster Hunter Generations Review – Once more, with feeling

3DS, E3 2016, PS4

E3 2016: Natsume’s E3 Showdown – Retro goodness

It's my yearly tradition to make sure I stop by Natsume's booth at E3, and 2016 was no different. Their lineup included a few returning favorites, as well as a title I haven't had the opportunity to play during its original run on the classic consoles. There's something for everyone coming out, simply put. My… Continue reading E3 2016: Natsume’s E3 Showdown – Retro goodness

3DS, Reviews

Yo-Kai Watch Review – A spirited effort

Your journey into the world of Yo-Kai Watch begins in earnest after a simple character creation process that involves selecting between the two main protagonists of the story, Nate or Katie, and naming them whatever you like (although whatever you name your character, the cutscenes will still refer to them as Nate or Katie). It… Continue reading Yo-Kai Watch Review – A spirited effort

3DS, PC, PS4, Reviews, Wii U, XONE

Mega Man Legacy Collection Review – Welcome back, Blue Bomber

After all the drama with Keiji Inafune's departure Capcom and the company's apparent effort to drive the light away from his works as a result of it, the Mega Man franchise saw little in terms of releases, with a couple cameos here and there, but nothing substantial. Given the characters humongous popularity during three videogame generations… Continue reading Mega Man Legacy Collection Review – Welcome back, Blue Bomber

3DS, Reviews

Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate Review

Dedication is a word that gets thrown around a lot when describing videogames. MMOs in particular have a knack of hailing the demand of dedication as a core tenant of their structure of play. And while some might have a legitimate claim, few games are as worthy of your dedication as the colorful Monster Hunter 4… Continue reading Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate Review

3DS, Reviews

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call Review

With a wide array of memorable music, adorable characters, and easy to pick up and play gameplay, Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call strikes the perfect chord between accessibility and challenge in a genre where complexity and uneven difficulty too often dictate the tempo. “All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players. They… Continue reading Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call Review

3DS, Reviews

Yumi’s Odd Odyssey Review

Umihare Kawase is one of Japan's hidden gems in videogaming. It isn't anything particularly special at first look. It's a series of games that involve a swinging mechanic much akin to Bionic Commando, set on the dreamy backdrop of a young girl's imagination. After years of relative success in many generations of consoles in Japan,… Continue reading Yumi’s Odd Odyssey Review

3DS, New Releases, Reviews

Mario Golf: World Tour Review

Mario has taken just about every job but plumbing past his introduction on what now seems forever ago, back in Donkey Kong. And while his stint as a doctor has garnered a legion of fans over the years, his best titles are in the sports department. Outside of the hugely successful Mario Kart series, which… Continue reading Mario Golf: World Tour Review