When it was released for the NES in 1989, River City Ransom (or Downtown Nekketsu Monogatari in Japan) offered an ambitious blend of arcade beat ’em up, open-world structure, and light RPG elements. It … Continue reading River City Girls (Xbox One,PS4, Switch, PC)
I don’t know about you guys, but as a high school student at the tip of the last decade, Scott Pilgrim was a big thing in many circles. My friends … Continue reading Scott Pilgrim Back from the Digital Graveyard on Switch and PlayStation 4!
I’m going to be completely honest and say that I don’t care for the Nintendo Switch controllers aka Joy-Cons. If you happen to play a lot of sidescrollers, the d-pad … Continue reading Nintendo Switch Controller Alternative! The Hori Split Pad Review!
If I’m frank, The Game Awards have been painfully predictable. Just as I saw The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild winning GOTY back in 2017, I already knew that The Last Of Us … Continue reading Ghost of Tsushima Nabs “Best Art Direction” at the 2020 Game Awards
As many of you already know, the Sony Playstation 5 comes bundled with a free game known as Astro’s Playroom. I’ll cut right to the chase and say that its PS4 VR … Continue reading Team Asobi Doesn’t Have Plans for an Astro Bot Sequel and It’s a Shame
Suppose I’ve learned anything at all about my favorite genre over the years. In that case, it’s that smaller developers love to experiment with it. Pairing the platformer with other genres is … Continue reading Platforming and Rice-Farming Get Hitched in XSEED’s Latest Success Story
Sony’s latest console, the Playstation 5, launched last week and (of course) has taken the world by storm. With stock impacted by the virus-that-shall-not-be-named and some insane scalping going on, … Continue reading Thinking About Becoming an Early Adopter of the New Gen Consoles? Consider These Factors First.
There is no getting around the fact that Sega has been on a steady decline since the failure of the Sega CD and 32X add-ons for its most well-known console. … Continue reading Sega Expected to Undergo 10 Billion Yen in Losses. Can Yakuza Save Them?