We’re halfway through October, and it’s time to get classically spooky with a look back at the Castlevania games. Or at least one in particular. What secrets will be revealed in the full moon’s light? Possibly not good ones.
Trails of Cold Steel II on the PlayStation 4 is the definitive edition of the video game. With a rich narrative full of world-building and fleshed out character, it’s a journey well worth the time sink.
The end of the original Dragon Quest trilogy brings a lot to the table. But does it stand the test of time over 25 years later?
Indivisible offers a unique spin on Metroidvanias in a time when it’s good to be one. Unfortunately, some key aspects are executed less well than its stellar presentation values deserve.
The life of a Trails fan requires patience, with the wait for Trails of Cold Steel III being the latest test of that patience. Fortunately, it’s an experience that’s worth the wait, even if it ultimately leads to a bit more waiting.
Dragon Quest II comes to the Nintendo Switch with updated music, graphics, and some gameplay tweaks. As a Dragon Quest veteran who completed the original back on the NES, here are my thoughts on how this version turned out.
Square Enix is one of the myriad companies hoping to create buzz with their Apple Arcade exclusive Various Daylife. It’s got a hefty pedigree behind it, but does the game live up to expectations?
Remnant: From the Ashes came out of nowhere but quickly managed to leave an impression. Fortunately, it’s a good one.
The Surge 2 looks to expand its predecessor’s brutal and calculated violence from the cold confines of automated production facilities to the wreckage of the recently-devastated Jericho City. Has the formula been tweaked enough to withstand this change of scenery?
Oninaki is an action RPG from Tokyo RPG Factory with themes about death and reincarnation. Is the game a powerful exploration of heavy topics or does it simply wallow in darkness?
If Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night failed to live up to its Kickstarter promise, that would be yet another bad sign for this funding source. This review details how things have finally turned out on this project.
On its twentieth anniversary, Final Fantasy VIII gets a second wind with enhanced graphics and new gameplay options. Are these features enough to entice new fans to an older game?
In the land of Lemuria light is under siege, attacked by one who calls Darkness her liege. Take a flying girl into the land and save it, for failure means no one else will brave it.
This is the second in our pair of reviews for The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening. If you’re curious to see the thoughts of someone who played the original Game Boy title, this review is for you.
We’re serving up a pair of reviews for The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening. If you’re curious to see the thoughts of a newcomer to the game, or interested in hearing more about Normal Mode, this review is for you.
Have you seen Kunio and Riki? Because there’s these two crazy broads saying they are their boyfriends or something? Whoever took them is gonna pay — these girls are pissed.
Cat Quest II: The Lupus Empire arrives on Apple Arcade and PC. Is the second adventure into the world of fearless felines and crafty canines worth carving out time in a busy September release schedule?
The first Puzzle Quest returns with new content for the Nintendo Switch. But is it enough to warrant a second trip for those who have already experienced it?
PlatinumGames returns with a brand new title on Nintendo Switch. Astral Chain sees players take on the role of a police officer trying to protect what remains of humanity from an extra-dimensional invasion.
Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission showers its audience with a torrent of fan service, such as a fusion between Gohan and Trunks, or a Super Saiyan 4 transformation with Gohan or Bardock. The release on the Nintendo Switch brings Japan’s popular arcade card game into the living room or on the go.