REDEEMER – ENHANCED EDITION [PlayStation4 Review]: And You Go In Pieces.

Some of you may recall the release of a 2017 action game called Redeemer from Buka Entertainment. It’s reminiscent of the kind of Saturday night Cinemax action fare, with its over-the-top gore and ridiculous storyline. God of War it ain’t, but a Saturday night special it certainly is – if you’re looking to pound a few …

PDP FACEOFF DELUXE+ [Nintendo Switch Controller Review]: ChatNite.

Nintendo’s Switch system may be ideal when it comes to their game selection. In fact, it’s pretty incredible. However, their chat options are…not. I mean, most games require a mobile phone and an app and some tricky wiring in order to work properly. That said, a company called Vivox has offered a solution that does …

NEOGEO MINI SAMURAI SHODOWN UKYO TACHIBANA SPECIAL EDITION [Review]: A Sharper Model?

So last year, SNK released the Neo-Geo Mini, a combination handheld/console system that enabled fans to play a number of favorites either on the go or at home. The Switch it isn’t, mainly due to the system’s build, awkward setup and lacking game selection. But it does have its moments, particularly if you’re a fan …

ATTACK ON TITAN 2 – FINAL BATTLE [PS4 Review]: Building On a Giant Foundation.

Last year’s release of Attack On Titan by Koei Tecmo wasn’t too shabby, to say the least. It followed the anime pretty closely, and gave you the satisfactory feeling of bringing down giants with the help of jet-propelled warriors. But…it did take a little longer getting where it needed to go at times. And there are …

SENRAN KAGURA – PEACH BALL [Nintendo Switch Review]: Is There a Sexy Side To Pinball?

Pinball sims these days seem to be pretty spot on, mainly because you’ve got a couple of companies out there that are setting a great standard for them. On one hand, Zen Studios does great work with its Pinball FX3 releases, both arcade-based (with its deal with Williams/Bally) and original (Star Wars and Jurassic World, among others). …

BLAZING CHROME [Nintendo Switch Review]: The Contra Tribute You Didn’t Know You Needed.

Six months ago, we needed a game like Blazing Chrome. That’s because Konami hasn’t touched Contra in what seems like ages. The last game in the series that we had seen from the publisher was a poor, microtransaction-laden effort that was laughable, to say the least. But then…boom. Konami came back with a vengeance, not …