‘Wargroove’ Review

February 3, 2019 Nick Chevalier 0

The tactical strategy RPG genre is usually a Nintendo system’s bread and butter. Since the inceptions of the Advance Wars and Fire Emblem franchises, Nintendo fans have come to love—and expect—these types of games to grace their screens every few years. Unfortunately, we haven’t seen an entry in the Fire […] Read More

‘Moonlighter’ Review

November 30, 2018 Nick Chevalier 0

Hearing the word “moonlighter” conjures up several mental images, some of which venture into the risqué while others are more anti-heroic. In this top-down adventure game from developer Digital Sun, however, the word takes on several different meanings. Not only is the titular Moonlighter the name of the shop in […] Read More

‘Reigns: Kings & Queens’ Review

November 29, 2018 Aaron Turner 0

The basic premise of Reigns: Kings & Queens breaks down to you deciding on whether you wish to play as a king or a queen and choosing between one of two options every year of your rule until your death. Once your ruler dies from one various cause or another, […] Read More

‘Diablo III: Eternal Collection’ Review

November 14, 2018 Nick Chevalier 0

The Diablo series, since its inception with the release of the original Diablo back in 1996, remains, to this day, the veritable king of the third-person, loot-based, action RPG. Originally released on PC in 2012, Diablo III has since come to consoles, seen massive updates and expansions, and has now […] Read More

‘LEGO Harry Potter Collection’ Review

November 6, 2018 Nick Chevalier 0

LEGO Harry Potter Collection marks the first time I’ve stepped into Hogwarts in well over a decade, and it feels just like coming home. Having grown up as the books (and later, movies) released, JK Rowling’s magical world has undoubtedly helped shape the person I am today, so to dive […] Read More

‘Nickelodeon Kart Racers’ Review

October 25, 2018 Nick Chevalier 0

If there’s one thing that can be said about the Nintendo Switch’s growing library, it’s that kart racers are becoming a dime a dozen on Nintendo’s hybrid console. Though games like the forthcoming Team Sonic Racing and the recently released Beach Buggy Racing are additions to the space, it is […] Read More

‘Crayola Scoot’ Review

October 16, 2018 Nick Chevalier 0

At first blush, seeing the name Crayola Scoot, for some people, might conjure up images of a kid’s coloring game, or otherwise bring to mind many cringe-worthy licensed video games from a mostly bygone era. Don’t be fooled, however—Crayola Scoot is a worthy video game in its own right and […] Read More