30 Reviews in 30 Days, Day 22 – Rise of the Argonauts

Rise of the Argonauts was one of those games many people never played. An action RPG set in Greek Mythology, it received rather lukewarm reviews. leading many gamers to skip it entirely. I was intrigued by it, however, and I was still a member of Gamelfy at the time it came out, I decided to […]

30 Reviews in 30 Days, Day 21 – Runespell: Overture

  Last year, Runespell: Overture came out of nowhere to make my Top Ten Games of 2011. The game really surprised me, and I had to give it to the developer, Mystic Box, for managing to find a way to do something that really intrigues me: combine two disparate game types into one game. It’s […]

Review: Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning

A mad king is spreading terror, his immortal army not being depleted one bit, the mortal forces are being worn down, and the only one who even has a chance to end this war is dead. This is how Kingdoms of Amalur begins, with your character that you build being dumped into the basement of […]

Kingdoms of Amalur Impressions

When we at Everyday Gamers looked at the games we wanted to review this year, a few jumped out at me. The obvious one was Mass Effect 3, but someone beat me to calling that review (no, Jordan, I’m not bitter). The next on the list was Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning, the first game being […]

Review: Catherine

“Where all is but dream, reasoning and arguments are of no use, truth and knowledge nothing.”–John Locke The best way to describe Atlus’s latest puzzle game, Catherine, is to say it is not your typical game. It’s certainly different than the standard game players will find on store shelves, but it’s different in a good […]