Review: Exception

A new 2.5D platformer has arrived on the Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PS4, and PC Platforms. It’s name is Exception. I think the developers gave the game this name because they wanted their platformer to be an exception to every other platformer that has already been created. How does it stand out though, and does it truly […]

Review: Mighty Switch Force! Collection

Mighty Switch Force! Collection has arrived on the Nintendo Switch. It is a puzzle platformer that I think you should learn more about. It has an original artstyle and plenty of creativity. Wayforward also created the Shantae series and were involved with Ducktales Remastered a few years ago, so you may have played a game or […]

Review: Marvel Puzzle Quest: Dark Reign

The review I never expected to write. Before we get into it, you must know that this review is based only for console experiences on either Playstation or Xbox consoles and their respective handheld devices. I know Marvel Puzzle Quest: Dark Reign is available on multiple platforms for multiple devices. This review is not applicable […]

Review: Darksiders II: Deathinitive Edition

The ghost of THQ is back. Everything you loved about Darksiders II has been remastered for the current generation of consoles. PC, PS4, Xbox One, and even Wii U players can now enjoy this remastered collection aptly named Darksiders II: Deathinitive Edition. Having played both the original version and this latest iteration of Darksiders II, I […]

Review: Divinity: Original Sin – Enhanced Edition

If you are a fan of classic isometric RPGs with tactical turn-based combat, then you are probably aware of Divinity: Original Sin – Enhanced Edition. I have really enjoyed my time playing in the world of Rivelon as a Source Hunter. I also have greatly enjoyed using the multiplayer co-op to play with friends. So […]

Review: Blood Bowl II

Anyone that knows and follows me knows how much I love Games Workshop products, and Blood Bowl is no exception. I’ve played several seasons of Blood Bowl, not only on the tabletop, but also on Xbox and Steam PC. I was kind of surprised that Cyanide Studios, developers of the Blood Bowl and Dungeonbowl series, decided to […]