Category: Reviews

Poison Control Review

A stellar soundtrack and deeper-than-expected story try their hardest, but clunky gameplay and repetitive visuals mire Poison Control closer to mediocrity. These two sides balance out in an average but flawed outing from Nippon Ichi.

Black Legend Review

Players lead a group of mercenaries in turn-based battles to save the foggy city of Grant. Based on 17th-century European folklore, Black Legend includes an original set of classes, enemies, and sidequests.

Everhood Review

Everhood doesn’t rein back on the similarities shared by other well-known indie titles. Despite that, the game delivers on its promise of being an unconventional RPG where players better “expect the unexpected.”

Hero Bank Review

In a world of 1s and 0s, where the virtual is sold at a premium while the mundane is dirt-cheap, we all need something real. Something like professional wrestling. At least, that’s what one game producer thought, and who are we to argue with a technical knock-out?

Ys IX: Monstrum Nox Review

Adol has been cribbing from some of the best in the gaming industry for his newest adventure, Monstrum Nox. The red-headed hero is running up walls into one of the best entries in the long-running series.