Shattered Heaven aims to save humanity through deep TCG battling, a dash of dungeon-crawling, and a whole lot of dramatic life-or-death choices along the way.
The year was 1993. It would be two years until Chrono Trigger would enthrall many gamers with its spell of time traveling adventure and discovery. But a more whimsical fare had just been released. A game that was light and bright and snappy, as were its graphics, gameplay, and soundtrack. Landing a coveted spot on […]
The Technomancer is a midgling game. It tries to chew much more than it can chew, and while it’s certainly ambitious, it’s a jack of all trades that’s more whacked in all of them than anything else. As a side title of sorts to Mars: War Logs, developer Spider’s newest title takes place in a distant future […]
Reviewing a game like The Witcher 3 is more than just sitting down, playing a game and then writing about its ifs, whats, buts, and whys. Coming in as a fan of both the original game in a limited capacity and having considered Assassin of Kings, the previous entry in the series, one of my […]
Massively multiplayer online games have been around for quite a while, but their influence on single player focused games has only started becoming obvious over the last few years. For better or for worse, the borrowing of MMO elements in what otherwise would be a standard, scripted experience has seen its share of the sunlight […]
It’s amazing how far of a run South Park has had. For nearly 17 years, show creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker have been on the ball every week, satirizing everything and everyone, with very few (if any) holds barred. It’s also hard to believe it’s taken this long for a half decent South Park […]
These two games, despite their somewhat short gameplay lifespan, took me an incredibly long amount of time to compose a review. That’s a compliment. First, I need to clarify. I’ve condensed the review for Sorcery! Part 1 and Part 2 together, for one important reason: the foundations for the two are so similar that if […]
Though Studio Ghibli’s involvement only went so far as composing the music and a few animated cutscenes, Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch feels like a classic Ghibli film. The enchanting world and charming characters, its heartwarming tale of loss and acceptance; it feels like a product of the studio’s talent. But Level […]