STAY ON TARGET
Flywrench, a fast-paced micro-level puzzle game, quickly crushes players towards an addictive yet rewarding relationship. With a gradual sense of diversity and stellar score, Flywrench quickly became one of my top sleeper hits for this year.
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IT AIN’T BARBIE’S DREAM HOUSE
We all collect something, whether it be neon colored bow ties, oversized novelty glasses, The Golden Girls trading cards, or even something as weird as action figures. Heck, some of those weirdo action figure collectors even remove their toys from the packaging and arrange them into a badass battle scene. For this special breed of collector, Extreme-Sets has a sweet new line of pop-up backdrops. Shall we take a look at one? Continue reading Make Your Resident Evil Collection More Horrific With Extreme-Sets’ Abandoned House Pop-Up Diorama
From Zero to Hero
For over a decade, the Yakuza series has featured the adventures of yakuza legends, Kazuma Kiryu and Goro Majima. Now, we get to see the humble beginnings of the Dragon of Dojima and the Mad Dog of Shimano. Continue reading Yakuza 0 Review
For Honor brings honor to Ubisoft!
The past week I have been able to play more For Honor then you can shake a stick at. I was able to see its cracks and flaws, but I also saw it’s inner beauty and originality. If you’re debating if you want to pick it up or not, here’s everything you need to know. Continue reading For Honor Review
TWO PARTS OF THE SAME WORLD
Semispheres is a calming, yet challenging puzzle game through which players manipulate two characters within parallel environments. The simple and abstract design of the game allows for thought provoking endeavors with a satisfying sense of accomplishment.
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I Need a Hero
When Nintendo first announced their partnership with mobile developer DeNA, Fire Emblem was one of the series that immediately jumped to mind as a fit for iOS and Android devices. Cue Fire Emblem Heroes, Nintendo’s third foray into the mobile market and a bite-sized version of the hardcore strategy-RPG series. Wrapped in a shell of free-to-play (F2P), Gacha-style mechanics based on the franchise’s likeable cast of warriors, Nintendo has succeeded in creating an entertaining game that is true to the spirit of Fire Emblem while being accessible for franchise rookies.
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CUT AND RUN
The Resident Evil (RE) franchise is now twenty years old, spanning multiple console generations with countless spin-offs, tie-ins, and even a live-action film series that desperately needs to be taken out back and put down. The shockingly terrible Resident Evil 6 threatened to derail the series and alienate fans, but does the seventh installment beckon us back into the shadows? Continue reading Resident Evil 7: Biohazard REVIEW