Black Future ’88 is a homage to an era of gaming and pop-culture that is easy to learn but difficult to master.
198X on the Switch better resonate personally with an old school gamer because so many of us were first introduced to gaming by Nintendo.
Taking the concept of an open world RPG and going all out on the nostalgia, Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot is a retelling of the iconic series.
From its grotesque violence to the cheesy plot, The Island of Giant Insects hits all the right marks in regards to a quality grindhouse film.
Alter Ego is a unique experience that wants players to explore and discover themselves by walking down a path of uncertainty.
Star Diffusion X is one of those games that it’s not bad but isn’t really going to be memorable.
Junji Ito presents a different interpretation of Osamu Dazai iconic work of literature with the manga adaptation of No Longer Human.
Sniper Ghost Warrior: Contracts is a radical departure from previous entries while preserving its niche appeal.
SD Gundam G Generation Cross Rays is both a treat for fans and an introduction to stories that are outside of the Universal Century timeline.
With its ultra violence and crude humor, BDSM: Big Drunk Satanic Massacre is a homage to an era when gaming was beginning to mature.
Contra: Rogue Corps is the result of when a game publisher chases out all their talented leaders and staff then replaces them with leftovers.
Left Alive had so much promise only for the story not to be properly crafted and the gameplay better optimized for the experience.
The first chapter of Corpse Party 2: Dead Patient is an introduction to this new entry while setting the groundwork for something different.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is a return to the series roots along with the lessons learned from over two decades of being a mega franchise.
The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel III not only continues the journey of Rean Schwarzer but also that of the iconic series.
No Guns Life embraces the best tropes of the cyberpunk and noir genre while also standing out for its originality.
Call of Duty: Mobile attempts to be a mobile title along with a Call of Duty experience and it succeeds at doing both.