Psycho-Pass: Mandatory Happiness Review

Psycho-Pass: Mandatory Happiness Review

Happiness Is Always Just Out Of Reach Psycho-Pass is an anime that tried to be a callback to the vital sci-fi franchises of yesteryear, but fell flat on its face somewhere along the way. There was a lot to love, sure, but what was there to love was stuff that had been...
Desync Review

Desync Review

TronĀ andĀ Bulletstorm’s Steamy Lovechild Desync is, first and foremost, a supremely awesome looking and sounding game. Heavy synths and neon colours are the order of the day here, and I am totally into it. Think 1980s/ early 1990s condensed into a single art...
Ruin of the Reckless Review

Ruin of the Reckless Review

Emphasis on the “Ruin” On paper, Ruin of the Reckless has a lot to offer. Take Binding of Isaac, add in a pixel-art style instead of the grotesque, and make the game a brawler. But, to use an old cliche, the devil is in the details. While a game like Ruin...
GRIDD: Retroenhanced Review

GRIDD: Retroenhanced Review

GOODD: Jizz In My Pants At one point in my last run of GRIDD: Retroenhanced before starting work on this review, I was on top of the world. My weapons were fully upgraded, my shields were up, and my score was rocketing sky-high. I was on a roll. Then a meteor shower...
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...
Super Rock Blasters Review

Super Rock Blasters Review

Where Did I Put that Mad Catz Controller? Remember growing up and inviting friends over to play video games? You’d all be huddled around the CRT tv, bathed in its hypnotic glow, passing crontrollers back-and-forth (only mildly disgusted at the handsweat mixed...