HomeReviews (Page 24)

Turning any kind of licensed series into a video game always seems like a veritable minefield of expectations from both fans and license holders. Landing that perfect balance isn't impossible, but it's usually the exception and not the rule. Since

Prior to playing Valley, my only exposure to the developer Blue Isle Studios was their take on the Slender Man with Slender: The Arrival. While certain parts of that game were scary, it really did more to fuel my imagination

When playing something like The Legend of Zelda or Final Fantasy, we tend to overlook the little people of these worlds that help to push the heroes onto their journey. What of these non-playable characters that do their day-to-day tasks

Like it or not, Hatsune Miku has become a global phenomenon. Playing to sold-out shows across the world, touring alongside Lady Gaga, and sponsoring the likes of Louis Vutton and Good Smile Racing, Miku's presence in the entertainment realm is

Armikrog. was the very first thing I ever backed on Kickstarter. As a fan of Doug TenNapel's classic The Neverhood, the thought of getting spiritual successor was like music to my ears. The success of said Kickstarter gave me hope

Sometimes, a franchise king hides in the shadows while the other contenders vie for the spotlight. In the fighting realm, the likes of Street Fighter, Tekken, and Mortal Kombat have clamored for the title of being the absolute best. Meanwhile,

King Regis Casts Thundaga I've seen it all. I've seen The Spirits Within. I've seen Advent Children. I've even seen some of Unlimited. Square Enix has tried, failed, dusted off and tried again to have success outside of game development. There's

Originally released in 2011 on PC, Hard Reset was Flying Wild Hog's first foray into the video gaming realm. Since that time, the Poland-based developers has made a name for themselves with their critically-acclaimed Shadow Warrior remake. While we wait

Nostalgia often has a way of creeping into the games you least expect. I had no idea that upon playing Deadlight: Director's Cut I was going to be transported back to the first time I laid my hands on the

Minecraft: Story Mode has had its share of ups and downs. However, the additional Adventure episodes have brought to the series an extra zest of life that was nonexistent in its original run. As we saw Jesse and the gang tread