At the beginning of this year, we took a look at the Hori Split Pad Pro, a somewhat expensive alternative to Nintendo’s finicky joy cons. Although this controller does have its … Continue reading You’ll Soon be Able to Use Your Hori Split Pad on the Big Screen
River City Girls left me with a great impression when I reviewed it for the blog several months ago via Game Pass. It packed a stellar pseudo-16-bit presentation, a cast of memorable bosses, … Continue reading Wayforward Reveals First Screenshots of River City Girls Sequels
We enjoyed Crunchyroll Expo once again and they are never shy about hyping up incoming shows with little previews. Most of which I wind up enjoying once they drop on … Continue reading Crunchyroll Rolled Out Previews for Upcoming Anime and Book
Let’s jump right into the full review of Dream Con. It was a blast for their second run at the convention. Now don’t get me wrong, there was one major … Continue reading Full Dream Con Review
Although wildly successful, Nintendo’s original Game Boy was by no means a technical powerhouse- even for its time. The Atari Lynx (launching just a few months after the Game Boy in September … Continue reading Valve Reveals the Steam Deck- Can it Top the Switch?
Wizard Brands, Inc. (OTCBB:WIZD) last week announced that its scheduled 2021 live events in Cleveland (Feb. 26-28), St. Louis (March 12-14) and Chicago (June 24-27) have been postponed due to … Continue reading Wizard World Comic Con Dates Update
Sabotage Studios’ debut title, The Messenger, released in 2018 to widespread critical acclaim. It was a linear action-platformer that transforms into a more expansive Metroidvania around the halfway point with the core … Continue reading Turn-based RPG Sea of Stars is Sabotage Studios’ Next Game