Chris Carter

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Bridge Constructor Portal Review 1

Bridge Constructor Portal Review – Silly Construction Fun

At no point have I ever thought to myself, "I could go for a Portal version of Bridge Constructor." It's a weird mix, but somehow Valve gave ClockStone the go-ahead to...
The End is Nigh (Switch) Review: Lovely Punishing Platforming 6

The End is Nigh (Switch) Review: Lovely Punishing Platforming

Edmund McMillen was really onto something big when he created the first Meat Boy flash game nearly a decade ago. Although he had created 38 games before it, that particular game...
Doom VFR Review - A Compromised Bloody Affair 5

Doom VFR Review – A Compromised Bloody Affair

Doom has a weird history with comebacks, mostly due to one black sheep. I remember graduating high school and witnessing Doom 3 for the first time and hearing the collective groans...
Portal Knights (Switch) Review:  Blocky, Tepid Survival 5

Portal Knights (Switch) Review: Blocky, Tepid Survival

A lot of people haven't opened up their hearts to survival games. I think a lot of it has to do with the fact that a many of the games in...
Azure Striker Gunvolt: Striker Pack (Switch) Review - Two new classics 3

Azure Striker Gunvolt: Striker Pack (Switch) Review – Two new classics

When I first saw the artwork for Azure Striker Gunvolt, I knew Inti Creates had something special on their hands. This veteran development house from Japan has been around for over...
VVVVVV (Switch) Review: Save Your Crew 1

VVVVVV (Switch) Review: Save Your Crew

All the way back in 2010, VVVVVV was responsible for a pretty magical evening. Released in January, an odd month that most bigger games stay away from, Terry Cavanagh nonchalantly dropped...
Lode Runner Legacy (PC) Review: Retro-Modern-esque 3

Lode Runner Legacy (PC) Review: A Legacy Secured

The Lode Runner series means a lot to me, for two very different reasons.My first go at it was with the Windows edition—you know, the one with the updated visual style...
Darkside Detective (PC) Review - Lovecraft Peaks

Darkside Detective (PC) Review – Lovecraft Peaks

I don't know what it is about Detective Stories, but they have the potential to draw me in almost instantly. The intrigue of the "whodunnit" is one thing, but the “why”...
Fortnite Preview: No Zombies Allowed 1

Fortnite Preview: No Zombies Allowed

It's hard to believe that Fortnite was revealed in 2011.Epic Games has changed a lot since then. A studio that was once synonymous with "FPS" is now branching out into competitive...
Preacher Season 2 First Five Episodes Review:  What to Expect this Season

Preacher Season 2 First Five Episodes Review: What to Expect this Season

I was worried about Preacher at first. Even with no knowledge of the source material (something I'm rectifying due to the show), I didn't trust Evan Goldberg and Seth Rogen to...
Formula Fusion (PC) Review 3

Formula Fusion (PC) Review

What Nintendo doesn't create, indie developers will. We don't have a recent F-Zero game but we do have a ton of other similar titles like Redout and Fast RMX, and even...
Master x Master Review - Re-Inventive MOBA

Master x Master Review – Re-Inventive MOBA

Popular MOBAs have remained stagnant for the most part. While the original DOTA mod set the stage, various genre staples like League of Legends have done little to rock the core...