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Review: Persona 5 offers a stylish, e...

After an eight year break the Persona series is finally back. The latest installment, Persona 5, is well worth the long wait. It is by far the best entry in the series, boasting the best gameplay and art style of all the Persona titles, while continuing the series’ excellent characters and story. While there are […]

A New Home for Humanity? Mass Effect:...

(Note: I played the PS4 version of this game and my Ryder character is female so I’ll be referring to Ryder as she.) The Mass Effect series has had a profound impact on gaming. Its approach to storytelling has become iconic

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wi...

ReviewA REvie The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild represents a major change to the Zelda formula even as it builds upon and expands the core Zelda gameplay that has sustained the series from its inception.

A Final Fantasy For Fans and First-Ti...

The first footage of what would become Final Fantasy 15 debuted in 2006, a full decade ago. At that time the game was called Final Fantasy Versus 13, a spin-off to the Final Fantasy 13 trilogy. I remember following news of the game’s development and Final Fantasy 13’s release. The game and its two sequels […]

Hands on Review: Streamline

I am a gamer that enjoys good interactions and co-op scenarios in my video games. So far, I have seen a rise in interactive video game streams giving audiences control of situations. Streamline incorporates Twitch’s streamotes where viewers can place bets on players and the outcomes which offer a different challenge to players during each round. As […]

Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Review

What would you do if you got a chance to change the timeline? As a long-time Dragon Ball fan from watching the original to Z and now Super, the only thing I would change in the timeline is making the battles a bit shorter (laughs). Welcome to Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 and as a Time […]

Review: Yo-kai Watch 2 Bony Spirits a...

During the holiday season of 2015, North American audiences were introduced to Yo-kai Watch, an RPG series that’s gained immense popularity in Japan. Developed by Level-5, the company behind Inazuma Eleven and Professor Layton, the first game in the series only sold around 400,000 copies in North America. By the summer of 2016, the Yo-kai Watch following was rooted in the west and continues […]

Redout Review

I believe my first experience with anti-gravity racing was with F-Zero on the Super Nintendo. With a weird twist to racing, F-Zero paved the way to a PSOne classic called Wipeout–and no not that weird Japanese obstacle course game with the same name. I am talking about high-speed twist and turns weaponized racing combat. It […]

Rhythm Heaven Megamix (3DS) Review

Find your flow through taking on the greatest hits from Rhythm Heaven Megamix on the 3DS. 

Playing it Safe, but Playing it Well:...

In June, Nintendo released Kirby: Planet Robobot for the 3DS, their second Kirby title for the system. This new title pits Kirby against an army of robotic alien invaders who are industrializing Kirby’s home planet of Pop Star.

Recent and Upcoming

9/15/2017 - Metroid: Samus Returns

10/6/2017- Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga + Bowser's Minions

10/27/2017 - Super Mario Odyssey

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