Category Archive: Reviews

Videogame Reviews

Run Like Hell! review for PS Vita

Run Like Hell! is such a regressive game, it jumps clear over "problematic" and well into "so, so racist" territory.

Continue reading »

Teslagrad review for Wii U

It may not be anything you haven't seen before…but it's also like nothing else out there.

Continue reading »

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call review for 3DS

Tap along to your favorite Final Fantasy tracks in the excellent second installment of Theatrhythm Final Fantasy.

Continue reading »

Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair review for PS Vita

Goodbye despair, hello murder and mayhem and homicidal stuffed animals.

Continue reading »

The Golf Club review for PS4, Xbox One

Just as generic as its name, in the end the developers should have taken a mulligan.

Continue reading »

Hatoful Boyfriend review for PC

One game, one singer, one retired review gimmick. All this, and more in the Hatoful Boyfriend PC review.

Continue reading »

Dead Rising 3: Apocalypse Edition review for PC

Dead Rising 3 makes its way to PC with this Apocalypse Edition, but performance issues prevent this from becoming the definitive version.

Continue reading »

Counterspy review for PS Vita, PS4, PS3

Counterspy may have a too-short playtime and too-long load times, but neither of those things is enough to prevent it from being an otherwise outstanding game.

Continue reading »

inFamous First Light review for PS4

An ironically-named, dark and intriguing inFamous Second Son side story worth checking out.

Continue reading »

BlazBlue ClonePhantasma review for Nintendo 3DS

A game that makes you ask the question, What the heck did I just play?

Continue reading »

Velocity 2X review for PS4, PS Vita

Part shmup, part platformer, all fun.

Continue reading »

Warriors Orochi 3 Ultimate review for PS4, Xbox One, PS Vita

Warriors Orochi 3 Ultimate brings one of the best musou titles around back to consoles, including the PS4, Xbox One, and PS Vita.

Continue reading »

The Swapper review for PS Vita, PS4, PS3

Not many games could be described as "Kubrickian"…but then again, not many games are as fantastic as The Swapper.

Continue reading »

Metrico review for PS Vita

A minimalist puzzle-platformer that's easy to admire, not so easy to love.

Continue reading »

Older posts «