Castlevania’s twilight years were some of its best, but they were not enough to avert the dramatic end of the series as we knew and loved it.
Return to Castlevania brings back an old school classic that gets tangled in with a modern one as Castlevania clashes with excellent roguelike Dead Cells in a set of brand-new levels!
Review: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Cowabunga Collection is a compilation full of Turtle Power
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Cowabunga Collection is one of if not the best work Digital Eclipse has ever done, and is a love letter to Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles that no one should go without.
But as just a shooter, did it at least turn out okay?
Contra: Rogue Corps may in fact turn out to be a pretty good game, but for what I played at E3, it just didn’t feel like Contra.
It’s not often any of us at Entertainium are playing the same games around the same time as each other. We’re usually off playing completely different games that we rarely get the chance to collaborate. Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain is one of those rare exceptions… mostly. I was originally assigned to review…
The Metal Gear Solid series is no stranger to absurdity, so nobody was surprised that after the relatively well closure of the saga in Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots, we would be getting even more new games that retcon new events and characters into the already convoluted timeline. Metal Gear Solid V:…
Yearly upgrades have come to be the norm for sport games since just about forever. Long gone are the days you’d buy one of them without having expectations or comparison points with previous versions. Coming in from Jaleco’s GOAL! and International Superstar Soccer, I had my doubts jumping back into soccer games with last year’s…
Ridiculous is a word I could easily associate to Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance. Although at first, that word might bring a negative light to anything it’s tied to, no other comes close to more aptly describing Revengeance. It’s ridiculously gory. Ridiculously over the top. It’s ridiculously fun, although it can get ridiculously frustrating at spots….