You’ve heard of Yu-Gi-Oh. A cultural touchstone of the early 2000s, it’s hard to imagine anyone invested in gaming culture isn’t at least vaguely aware of Yu-Gi-Oh’s existence. In the realm of video games, Yu-Gi-Oh’s performance has been mixed. With over 50 Yu-Gi-Oh games being released since 1999, the field Continue Reading
Titan Comics has released yet another story for the fans. If you know the characters of the first Life Is Strange game, you know that Max Caulfield has a huge blind spot. She always tries to use her powers to make what she wants work in any situation, even if Continue Reading
Fantasy Strike brings simplistic controls to a complex fighting game. But can it go a full five rounds?
They Are Billions, by Numantian Games, is a steampunk apocalypse RTS game that made its famous debut on Steam. With the help of Blitworks, They Are Billions has been ported to both Xbox One and PS4. This excellent RTS game has managed to do what few games have: creating a Continue Reading
I was recently allowed to try out the newly released Nintendo Switch version of Pawarumi, by Manufacture 43. Pawarumi is a modern shoot’em up set in a pre-Columbian inspired futuristic universe. You play Axo, pilot of the ship named Chukaru, the most powerful vessel in this world. Think of this Continue Reading
Christians, they get a bad rap these days mostly because of the political strife in the United States. I am not a deeply religious person but I do realize that there are all sorts of Christians just as there are Catholics and Jewish people, ranging from orthodox, casual to some who’re extremists in their views.
Horror games have occupied a sort of niche space in the gaming world, as of late. While there have been some recent gems like SOMA, Call of Cthulhu, and who can forget Doki Doki Literature Club (which I have a bit of personal experience with)? But, gone are the days Continue Reading
The original Marvel Ultimate Alliance was released in 2006 and it was every comic book fan’s dream come true.
Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door originally released on July 22nd 2004 in Japan, and later that year released internationally. The beloved RPG was developed by Intelligent Systems for the Nintendo GameCube and was published by Nintendo themselves. The developers have been involved with the spin-off series since its beginning on the Nintendo 64, and hasn’t Continue Reading
Rarely does a game manage to take both an unoriginal tale and an unoriginal design, and make something original with it. It’s something that Nocked! itself barely manages to pull off. Heavily inspired by the text-based adventure games of old, Nocked! adopts the ‘choose your own adventure’ style of gameplay. Continue Reading