Review: The Fall Part 2: Unbound (Switch)
The original The Fall on Wii U and other platforms was an atmospheric sci-fi tale featuring a combat suit’s AI pilot, designated ARID. Now ARID is back in The Fall Part 2: Unbound, a sequel that promises to be “bigger in every way.” But is bigger always better? Read our review below to find out.
Game Review: Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology (3DS)
In early 2011, Atlus USA brought Radiant Historia over to the US late in the lifespan of the Nintendo DS. The title, while universally praised by critics, didn’t garner the enormous commercial success it probably deserved and was somewhat passed over by many in the handheld community, myself included. It’s a bit odd that as fate would have it, Atlus chose to bring an updated remake of the DS classic to the 3DS while the 3DS seems to be on its last legs. Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology takes the original formula, expands on it, adds full voice acting and animated cutscenes. But in 2018, with the Nintendo Switch off and running, are those tweaks enough to take an already good game and make it great?
Game Review: Flame In The Flood (Switch)
Need an adventure? Like survival trips? And you cannot live without your dog? Then don’t look any further, Flame in the Flood should be the game to play. Flame in the Flood isn’t spectacular – you watch the protagonist in an isometric perspective, the sound isn’t too obtrusive and you really feel alone. No 1st person shooting like in “Far Cry: Primal” or orchestra type soundtrack which gives you an eargasm.
Game Review: Blossom Tales: The Sleeping King (Switch)
Imagine you’re a Game Boy Color owner in 2001. By the end of the year, you’ve already powered through the two Legend of Zelda titles – Oracle of Ages and Oracle of Seasons. They are amazing 2D experiences. Games of the Year. Games of the Decade, perhaps. Revolutionary. And then, out of nowhere, someone tells you that there’s a game that feels like that Zelda spinoff you’ve never heard of and it’s coming in mere months. Intrigue would be at an all-time high, right?
Game Review: Cat Quest (Switch)
It is not every day an Indie studio push out an open world game, what’s more, a game revolving the internet sensation animal, cats. The Gentlebros have made a valiant attempt at creating such a unique game, so let’s find out did they purrfected it.
Nintendo of America Restricts Review Copies After Game Leaks
Following the unfortunate leak of Mario & Luigi Superstar Saga and Bowser’s Minion 3DS leak on the internet by a certain influencer, Nintendo of America has doubled down on their review copy distribution process.