by Kevin Mitchell on July 18, 2018
The Spectrum Retreat is an emotional narrative combined with enjoyable puzzle solving using unique gameplay mechanics.
by Kevin Mitchell on July 13, 2018
20XX’s difficulty is definitely fitting, considering the original Mega Man franchise is regarded as one of the toughest to complete.
by Kevin Mitchell on July 9, 2018
Shining Resonance Refrain brings the original Japan-only release to a worldwide audience across multiple platforms.
by Kevin Mitchell on June 20, 2018
Note: Fox n Forests was reviewed based on a digital Xbox One copy of the game, provided by the publisher.
by Kevin Mitchell on June 19, 2018
Just Shapes & Beats is an enjoyable rhythmic bullet-hell experience, best played with others, but still a great deal of fun alone.
by Kevin Mitchell on June 19, 2018
Fox n Forests is an authentic retro-inspired love letter to 16-bit era platformers, and I dig that.
by Kevin Mitchell on June 1, 2018
Earth Atlantis is an enjoyable shooter with a beautiful visual style, reminiscent of a time where monsters were believed to be underwater.
by Kevin Mitchell on May 28, 2018
The two very different gameplay elements in Moonlighter compliment each other beautifully.
by Kevin Mitchell on May 21, 2018
As a roguelike title, Wizard of Legend provides a challenging experience, but that is why I enjoy playing it.
by Kevin Mitchell on April 20, 2018
Masters of Anima isn’t your typical real-time strategy (RTS) title, blending elements of the genre with action-oriented gameplay.
by Kevin Mitchell on April 3, 2018
It has been quite some time since I have enjoyed a platformer as much as I have with The Adventure Pals.
by Kevin Mitchell on February 27, 2018
Payday 2 has a ton of content, adding many pieces that were added to the PC version since the original release.
by Kevin Mitchell on November 8, 2017
Super Beat Sports shows Harmonix can still lead the way in innovation with rhythm-based titles with a colorful and charming spin.
by Kevin Mitchell on November 1, 2017
The Jackbox Party Pack 4 once again shows that innovation can still occur after years of releasing the same type of product.
by Kevin Mitchell on October 8, 2017
Battle Chasers: Nightwar is an insanely good title with classic role-playing game mechanics.
by Kevin Mitchell on May 25, 2017
There is no other way to say it, but RiME certainly surprised me, in its narrative approach, environmental puzzles and stunning visuals.
by Kevin Mitchell on May 9, 2017
NBA Playgrounds feels straight out of the 90s arcade scene, with crazy maneuvers, and fast-paced two-on-two NBA action.
by Kevin Mitchell on April 27, 2017
Puyo Puyo Tetris is quite an experience, blending two of the most popular puzzle games into a single entity.
by Mike de Leon on April 11, 2017
Yooka-Laylee is a return to the collect-a-thon games that were great back in the day, but many of the game’s mechanics feel archaic today.
by Kevin Mitchell on April 10, 2017
Snake Pass is a highly enjoyable and charming puzzle-platformer full of character.
by Kevin Mitchell on March 28, 2017
New Frontier Days: Founding Pioneers is a game for those that don’t mind waiting, maybe best played while watching TV.
by Kevin Mitchell on March 27, 2017
Othello on the Nintendo Switch is a no-frills representation of the classic board game.
by Kevin Mitchell on March 24, 2017
Human Resource Machine may be light on story elements, but the programming gameplay is where the game shines.
by Kevin Mitchell on March 23, 2017
Whether you are playing docked or in handheld mode, Little Inferno is an enjoyable game to set everyday household items on fire.