Halo Wars 2 | Backlog Review

The original Halo Wars was a the first time that the Halo series was taking the chance and providing a different experience from its traditional FPS form. Much like the original Halo, it was taking a risk by delving into a genre that most people preferred to play on PC.  Most RTS games were not … Continue reading Halo Wars 2 | Backlog Review

Unpacking Review

As someone who recently moved into a new city, I saw Unpacking as reliving the nightmare that had been my move. However, the simple idea of a game revolving around the puzzle of finding the appropriate stuff in your home was something that I couldn’t not try. It was so mundane, yet it felt like … Continue reading Unpacking Review

Halo Infinite Campaign Review | A Sequel That Remembers Its Roots

It’s finally time. Halo Infinite has been released and the Master Chief’s story can continue once again. I can’t deny that I have been more than a little nervous about the release of this game. Through all the turbulent news that has been trickling out from insiders, the rocky gameplay reveal, and the developers’ own … Continue reading Halo Infinite Campaign Review | A Sequel That Remembers Its Roots

Forza Horizon 5 | Review Impressions

Forza Horizon 5 was released just the other week and as I wait for Halo Infinite’s campaign to drop, I thought now would be a good time to get outside my comfort zone a little bit. Besides the handful of entries in the Need for Speed series and Split/Second (fun game, I highly recommend), I … Continue reading Forza Horizon 5 | Review Impressions

Mario Party Superstars Review

This is a little different from the usual stuff that I review for this blog, but my nostalgia couldn’t keep me away from writing about it. I have not bought a Mario Party game since Mario Party 2 for various reasons over the years, but the most recent reasons have been that the games just … Continue reading Mario Party Superstars Review

Psychonauts 2 Review | A Game That Gets Inside Your Head

There are very few games that I could list where the moment that the game starts, I have a smile that never wavers. Psychonauts 2 is the latest video game that has been able to do that and for very good reason. The creativity and charm that exudes from every pore of this game is … Continue reading Psychonauts 2 Review | A Game That Gets Inside Your Head

12 Minutes Review | A Night of Tragic Revelations

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to go back in time to relive a moment and make things right? 12 Minutes is a game that combines the time loops from Groundhog with the detective work of Sherlock to do just that and it’s just as challenging as you might expect it to … Continue reading 12 Minutes Review | A Night of Tragic Revelations

Hades | Backlog Review

I have never been too engrossed in Greek mythology. It has frequently felt overdone or uninspired with its constant reimaginings that more or less make the Greek myth characters feel like one-dimensional cardboard cutouts. However, that’s not the case with how Hades portrays these famous heroes. Everyone from the big three gods of Zeus, Poseidon, … Continue reading Hades | Backlog Review

Genesis Noir Review

Genesis Noir is one of the most visually stimulating games ever created but unfortunately the buggy gameplay on top of already lackluster puzzles creates an experience that is more frustrating than thought provoking. It could have made a phenomenal animated short but as it currently plays, Genesis Noir is just a subpar point and click adventure.

Cyber Shadow Review

Developers are still struggling to overcome some of the challenges of the pandemic but last month we were able to see the release of several highly anticipated games including Cyber Shadow which was developed by just one man, Aarne Hunziker. Cyber Shadow takes a lot of inspiration from classic games like Mega Man and Ninja … Continue reading Cyber Shadow Review