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.
Once in a while a game that demonstrates how to compose a full product comes down the line, and these titles often set the bar for the rest of the generation. Bloodborne is such a title. Read Mel’s review on how it achieves this feat.
Bup forces Mel to compose a review for blind people. Mel tries his best to accomodate. Does Mel pull it off? Is Bup insane? Deadline, dollar sign?
In an article referencing Friedrich Nietzsche, Robert Jordan, Vladimir Horowitz, Mark Twain, Alice in Wonderland, Isambard Kingdom Brunel, Doki!Doki! PreCure, and Kurt Waldheim, Lusipurr reviews Eternal Sonata.
Ethos beat Majora’s Mask 3D after playing through it slowly for a few weeks and decided to write two thousand words about it. Yikes. For those in a rush, here is the quick version: The game is still good. The 3DS makes it better.
This week Bup takes time off from his fake-game reviews to look at a recently released game. So recent it came out the day this is posted! Wow! It’s good to be the king!
Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker is something of an unexpected spin-off, but that does not prevent it from being a creative delight. Ethos reviews the game after the click.
Super Smash Bros. for Wii U has finally arrived, but Ethos has already been playing it for three weeks. Therefore he wrote a review for anybody hoping to confirm their hype for the game. The only thing left to do is click and read.