Category Archives: Video Game Reviews

Disgaea 5 Review

The PlayStation 2 was the console that really got me into JRPGs, but for some inexplicable reason I never managed to Disgaea. I know what you’re thinking. “How could you miss out on a series so popular that it’s on the sixth installment?” Yes, Disgaea 5 is actually the sixth game in...


Star Wars Battlefront Review

I will start this out by saying this, I absolutely LOVE the first two Star Wars Battlefront games. They had a bunch of great and refreshing elements, such as the 501st campaign, space battles, galactic conquest, and plenty of maps to choose from. EA’s...


Pixel Galaxy Review

Pixel Galaxy is an addictive game. It’s fast paced, difficult, and remarkably charming in its fluorescent cubic graphics. This game has incredible DNA. There are elements ranging from classic games like Asteroids and Galaga, to newer titles such as Geometry Wars and Super Hexagon....


Don’t Starve: Giant Edition Xbox One Review

Don’t Starve: Giant Edition for the Xbox One promises to deliver a surreal experience, especially if you have never visited the franchise before. Indie Developer Klei Entertainment has a knack for delivering a tense gaming experience, even in an environment that feels lighthearted. Klei...


Dynasty Warriors 8: Empires on Vita Comes West

According to a press release from Koei Tecmo America, the PlayStation Vita version of Dynasty Warriors 8: Empires is coming West later this year. The latest entry in the tactical hack and slash series was released for Playstation 3, Playstation 4, Xbox One and Steam earlier this...


Persona 4 Dancing All Night Review

I’ve always loved the Persona franchise. The art has always been amazing, as well as the music. So I couldn’t have been happier when they mixed my favorite game with my favorite kind of game. The game combines an interesting story with a new...


Bethesda Review – The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim

This is the second article in my Bethesda game review series. Be sure to check out my first review for Fallout 3 here. The Elder Scrolls, this phrase says a lot, the start of a long running and legendary series. The titles that led...


Fallout 3 Stands the Test of Time

With Bethesda’s new installment in the Fallout series in the form of Fallout 4 on the way, I thought now would be a better time than any to start a small review series for Bethesda titles. I’d like to start with one of my top...


Duck Game is Retro Duck Madness

If you watch a lot of Adult Swim, you’ve probably seen the commercials for Duck Game by now. It’s a game featuring ducks that pits you against one another to see who can reign victorious as the champion, and it’s got a lot of...


Farming Simulator 15 Review

Farming Simulator is a game that you might have heard of before, if only from the slew of videos that make jokes at its expense. It’s a series that has managed to achieve a certain level of success, despite being a part of a...


Moonrise Early Access Review

You might not know it looking at me now — I haven’t played a game in many years — but I used to be a huge fan of Pokemon. When I was younger, I collected all of the cards, and I do mean all...



Windward Review

Earlier this year I started watching Black Sails, a show on Starz that tells the story of a young John Silver as he sails the seas with Captain Flint eventually leading up to the events in Treasure Island. The series has run for two seasons...


Swords and Soldiers 2 Review

Swords and Soldiers 2 is a 2D side scrolling strategy game on the Wii U. The game starts with the fearsome Goblins; for a dreadfully long time the goblins have been searching for a special lamp and they have finally found it in the...


Invisible, Inc. Review

There’s been a lot of buzz surrounding Invisible, Inc. since the game hit Early Access in January of last year. A year and a half later, the game is now available for purchase on Steam as a full release. But is it worth picking...