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Review: Puyo Puyo Tetris

Not to sound like a hipster, but I've actually been playing Puyo Puyo Tetris for over a year now. The game originally released in Japan in 2014 and because of licensing complexities surrounding the Tetris brand it looked like it would...

Review: NieR Automata

Two years ago, the cynic in me would not have believed this game existed. Nier didn't sell well, Drakengard 3 was a mess, and all these IP's and resources are under the control of Square-Enix, a company that complained games that sold over...

Thoughts on Persona 5

20 Years ago Shin Megami Tensei and Persona team unleashed Revelations: Persona on the world. Featuring a group of high schoolers granted power by the gods, the ability to draw upon their innermost "selves." While engaging in antics tm...

Review: Tales of Berseria

Tales of Berseria is the 16th flagship game in the Tales Of franchise and the grand cap on Bandai Namco's 20 year anniversary festivities. However Tales of Berseria, along with its counterpart Tales of Zestiria, ends up being a festival of...

Review: Gravity Rush 2

I did not play the original Gravity Rush, rather I played Gravity Rush Remastered, by all accounts a far superior version of the game released for the PS4. It was a game with myriad problems. Some of them were due to the technical...

Review: Lego Dimensions The Lego Batman Movie

You are likely going to want to spin some dope tracks while you read this review as Will Arnett's Lego Batman is back in black. And yellow. And black. And yellow. Going straight from the big screen to the small screen on your TV screens,...

Review: Nioh

This past weekend I managed to get lost in the world of a Samurai. A single warrior walking across a battlefield of a hundred corpses in the name of duty and honor, always in search of glory or a good death. A good samurai film, such as...

Review: For Honor

I remember first time I saw the trailer for For Honor and knowing that no matter how good or bad it was Ubisoft was going to get my money. Ubisoft has created every nerd’s LARPing fantasy of fighting in melee combat as their favorite...

Review: Tyranny

I want to know how long Tyranny has been in development. Pillars of Eternity came out that year and that took about three years to develop. Tyranny was only announced months before release, and I assumed that it was a game that would come...

Review: Yakuza 0

The Yakuza series holds a special place in my heart. I started into the series around the release of the third title and was immediately exhilarated by the visceral combat, the stoic and manly main character and the charming open world...