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Fe (Switch, PS4) Review - A clunky artsy platformer 6

Fe (Switch, PS4) Review – A clunky artsy platformer

Fe is the latest title from Zoink!, developers who are mostly known for cartoony 2D comedy games like Stick it to the Man and Zombie Vikings, the latter of which released...
Bayonetta & Bayonetta 2 (Nintendo Switch) Review - The Witch on Switch 2

Bayonetta & Bayonetta 2 (Nintendo Switch) Review – The Witch on Switch

Can someone please tell me when Nintendo sneakily stole Bayonetta from every other console? I remember when the first Bayonetta released in 2009, and much like its spiritual predecessor Devil May Cry,...
The Longest Five Minutes (Switch) Review: Lightning-Fast Flashback 5

The Longest Five Minutes (Switch) Review: Lightning-Fast Flashback

In the fifteen years since the release of Disgaea: Hour of Darkness, NIS America has earned a reputation as the de facto publisher of quirky, anime-style games. Their games have starred...
Night in the Woods (Switch) Review: Small Town Blues 5

Night in the Woods (Switch) Review: Small Town Blues

In the era of the Switch, I resent pretty much any video game that tethers me to my television. This includes Night in the Woods, which I wanted to revisit at...
Celeste (PC) Review: a Dashing Platformer

Celeste (PC) Review: a Dashing Platformer

Sometimes, it's enough to just play a retro-tinted game or a plain old platformer that merely plays well. What do I mean by that? Well, I don't really have a stringent...
Lost Sphear (PS4) Review - Familiar Fantasy 6

Lost Sphear (PS4) Review – Familiar Fantasy

Lost Sphear is the tale of a world wherein people, places, and objects are gradually becoming "Lost". They simply disappear, seemingly gone forever, leaving behind only shimmering particles of white light....
Super Meat Boy (Switch) Review: Immaculate Death 5

Super Meat Boy (Switch) Review: Immaculate Death

Super Meat Boy—even eight years later—is still capable of getting players to hurl a controller in frustration at its carefully designed platforming deathtraps. Except the controller is now an entire console....
Gorogoa (Switch) Review - This is art 5

Gorogoa (Switch) Review – This is art

Gorogoa is a puzzle game unlike any that has ever graced video games—as far as I know. The entirety of the game plays out in four boxes lined up in a...
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild: The Champion’s Ballad (Switch) Review – A Legendary End 3

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild: The Champion’s Ballad (Switch) Review –...

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is the game that reinvigorated my love for the Zelda franchise. It brought back the elements of freedom and exploration that haven’t been...
Romancing SaGa 2 (Switch) Review - Swift Succession

Romancing SaGa 2 (Switch) Review – Swift Succession

I never would've imagined that at the tail end of a spectacular year for video games, Square Enix would think to themselves, "Nope—we can't let Xenoblade Chronicles 2 be the only...
Enter The Gungeon (Switch) Mini-Review - Gungeon Crawling on the Go 3

Enter The Gungeon (Switch) Mini-Review – Gungeon Crawling on the Go

For a little while it felt as though the success of the Roguelike games saw several indie devs clamouring to create the next Binding of Isaac, but only a handful of...
No Other Games Need Apply: Mario Odyssey is GOTY 3

No Other Games Need Apply: Super Mario Odyssey is Game of the Year

Picking out a game of the year is a painful and thankless task. There are always so many options, and everyone has different criteria. For some, diving into an open world...