In the year 21XX, X and Zero face down the malevolent Sigma and his army of Reploids. Is this first Mega Man game on the Super Nintendo worthy to bear the classic name of the much-loved franchise? Or is it a pale imitation of the original blue bomber?
Is Mighty No. 9 a 9 out of 10, or is it a 9 out of 100? Lusipurr takes a critical look at the game’s Mega Man heritage, and assesses whether fans of the original Blue Bomber will be satisfied or disappointed with Comcept’s attempt at a spiritual sequel.
Adeki fufills his end of the Loser’s Bracket bargain and faces a punishment worse than death itself. Join in this review and revel in the agitation of Adeki as he reviews a game he once thought was “ok” before he got to the third level. Opinions change.
Lusipurr reviews the hit new title that every smirking journo shill is praising to the skies: Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture. Is it everything that has been promised? Or is it slightly less? Check our review to get the straight facts about this title!
Adeki takes on his first review with one of the most popular retro-influenced games this console generation. Are these classic game mechanics lost on him, or is he able to embrace the past to better the present? Read on to find out!
Bup takes time off from “reviewing” crappy Steam Greenlight games to reviewing a crappy NES title. One based off one of his favorite movies of all time. Spoiler alert: this game is garbage.
It should have remained a secret.
The Legend of Zelda is a series renowned for the polish afforded the presentation of world, story, and character development. Does the second games in the series–The Adventure of Link–live up to series expectations? No. No it does not.
With his review pen firmly in hand, Lusipurr finally dusts off his PlayStation 4 and settles down to a much-anticipated evening in front of the television for some quality time with Tom Happ’s ode to classic platforming-exploration games, Axiom Verge.