*Warning: this review might be a bit more graphic than my usual fare. It is No More Heroes, after all. If you're fine with a bit of black humor, cursing, and graphic descriptions, than read on. You have been warned.* When I was a young man, I had a very simple view of video games.… Continue reading No More Heroes: A Mediocre Masterpiece
Have you ever wanted to play a samurai movie? Did you ever watch a Kurosawa movie and ask yourself "Why can't I play it?" Well, congratulations! I've got the game for you! I've been meaning to get around to this game for a while. But... well, then 2020 happened. So, much to my dismay, this… Continue reading Ghost of Tsushima: Modern, Yet Dated
Often times, the third entry in a franchise is where the series reaches a peak. Super Mario Bros 3. A Link to the Past. Super Metroid. Halo 3. Devil May Cry 3. The list goes on and on. Often times, these are the games that define what the series will be going forward, or are… Continue reading Spyro Year of the Dragon: When the Burnout Sets In
It's been a hot minute since my Spyro 1 review. I think it's about time to revisit the little purple dragon! Cause I sure as hell don't wanna play Crash 4! Don't even ask, I'm never playing another Crash Bandicoot game again. Spyro 2: Ripto's Rage does a lot to build on the foundation laid… Continue reading Spyro 2 Ripto’s Rage: Burning Tyranny Away… For Kids!
It's never a good sign when you forget you played a game the day after finishing it. Supergiant is one of my favorite indie game studios. Bastion is one of my all-time favorite indie games and, recently, I've poured a ton of time into their latest game, Hades (I've put am hour into Pyre, but… Continue reading Transistor: Wait, What Happened?