Monday, February 17, 2020

Game Reviews

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot review

  Playing Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot is a battle. It's a fistfight between the part of me who loves Dragon Ball and the part of...

HYPERCHARGE: Unboxed Review (Switch eShop)

  The Switch’s ever-expanding library of games is slowly but surely bringing more and more FPS titles into the fold. Juggernauts like Overwatch and Alien:...

Drunk-Fu: Wasted Masters Review (Switch eShop)

  Fighting games are generally known for their slick, precise gameplay. Even something like Super Smash Bros., well known for its accessibility, boasts a remarkable...

ESP Ra.De. Psi Review (Switch)

  Before we begin our review of ESP Ra.De. Psi, M2 ShotTriggers' latest triumph, here's a little history for those who may not be intimately...

Tick Tock: A Tale for Two Review (Switch eShop)

  The ability to play with friends is undoubtedly vital to the overall appeal and longevity of games in this day and age. Games like...

Life is Strange 2 review

  When Life is Strange 2's first episode launched, its differences seemed to define it. It was a road trip game, where the first Life...

Yaga Review (Switch eShop) | Nintendo Life

  Yaga is an action RPG steeped in Slavic folklore that tells the story of Ivan, an unlucky one-armed blacksmith who becomes accidentally embroiled in...

ANIMUS: Harbinger Review (Switch eShop)

  Animus: Harbinger attempts to take the well-worn Dark Souls style of slow, methodical combat and create a boss-rush game that sees you battle your...

Need for Speed Heat review

  You'd be forgiven for thinking this one was going to be a wreck. Pushed out with next to no fanfare and the latest of...

Let’s Sing 2020 Review (Switch)

  The real initial rush and heyday of home karaoke on consoles was the PS2-era, when it seemed like a never-ending cascade of SingStar games...
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