A Hole New World Review

A Hole New World Review

NES Hard Gets NES Harder Many developers aspire to ‘NES Hard’ – that familiar brutality that many grew up with.  A Hole New World definitely falls into that category, but with the added twist of having to play some segments upside-down. Demons and monsters have...
Perception Review

Perception Review

Are You Afraid Of The Dark? Being a blind woman in a haunted house should be terrifying. That darkness won’t go away just because you shine a flashlight on something. You are hopelessly mired in murk, only able to tell what is around you by the hot breath on the back...
Snake Pass Review

Snake Pass Review

Snaky Slithering Makes For A Scintillating Experience Snake Pass makes movement the star of its platforming experience. By having players act like a snake, they’ll slither and twist up various surfaces and bamboo ladders, clambering around stages using the...
Fairy Fencer F Advent Dark Force Review

Fairy Fencer F Advent Dark Force Review

One Dimensional, Unlikeable Characters in Predictable Plot Land Fairy Fencer F Advent Dark Force (FFF) is a long, tedious slog of an RPG, filled with the same trope characters that inhabit many an uninspired game and anime. Expect to spend a lot of time with lazy guy,...
Double Dragon IV Review

Double Dragon IV Review

A Good Beat ‘Em Up That Could Have Been Great Excited didn’t even begin to describe me when I found out that some of the original creators were getting to work making a new, NES-style Double Dragon to celebrate the series’ 30th anniversary. When...