Category: Reviews

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.

Woodsalt Review

Woodsalt is a game with some interesting sci-fi setting and story ideas. Unfortunately, those ideas are unable to stand up on their own without the necessary support.

Persona 5 Strikers Review

The Phantom Thieves strike back in an action-packed adventure across Japan. Atlus and Omega Force join forces to provide a sequel to Persona 5 that has a huge amount to endear itself with.