Croc 2 – Review

It’s a typical sequel, but improves on almost everything that the first failed at which isn’t a lot, and improved on a handful of things, variety of gameplay, graphics, and level design. Such as, the little land of the Gobbos is no longer pint-sized. It’s huge. Croc 2 is a massive game with lots of […]

Bayonetta

I love Bayonetta, as she performs a libidinous breakdance of death, spitting bullets from her gun-touting heels. Or maybe it was when a loungecore version of Splash Wave complete with battling synths accompanied a fight against horn-wielding angels on the roofs of speeding cars, which soon gave way to an extended on-bike tribute to Super […]

Monster Rancher

Huge kudos to Tecmo in 1997 then for having the nerve to release Monster Rancher, an incredibly original title that also happens to be a barrel of fun. At the time, it was following a huge trend of virtual pets, Monster Rancher lets gamers raise, train, and fight randomly generated monsters.Monster Rancher creates monsters based on data it […]

Two Point Hospital Review

Now I had a steam voucher for my birthday and also a steam sale always seems to manage to tempt me, I was drawn towards Two Point Hospital, and I have to say I am not disappointed. It’s really  very charming and funny, then after a while, I was pleasantly surprised to find how addictive it […]

Dragon Age Inquisition review

Now, I have been wanting to do a Dragon Age Inquisition review for ages, and I finally been able to put into words, what I feel about this game. As I have completed this game twice ( not by choice saved data was deleted). Inquisition is not just only one of the most expansive RPGs […]

Spiderman DLC Silver Lining review

Silver Lining’s story will only run you about an hour and a half at most, but its missions are so much more varied of the three DLCs thus far, and I loved playing them. Silver Sable’s return is also a treat. her dual desires to retrieve her gear from Hammerhead and work toward helping her […]

Sonic Mania Switch -Review

  Sega brings Sonic back to his classic 2D sidescrolling roots, taking direct inspiration from the 16-bit games that originally propelled Sonic and friends to ultimate fame. Sonic Mania is proof that no matter how much time passes, great gameplay is always in style. I remember playing sonic as a kid and the memories came […]