‘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

‘Disgaea 1 Complete’ Review

October 8, 2018 Nick Chevalier 0

Turn-based tactical RPGs were a dime a dozen ten and twenty years ago, and with series like Advance Wars, Fire Emblem, and Final Fantasy Tactics, there was never a shortage of tactical goodness to go around, particularly if you were a Nintendo fan. Among that heyday during the late ‘90s […] Read More

‘Wolfenstein II’ for Switch Review

September 4, 2018 Nick Chevalier 0

Much like last year’s port of DOOM, Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus on Switch sees an ambitious first-person shooter dialed down and ported to Nintendo’s hybrid console. Many of the things that were true of DOOM’s Switch version, such as muddy textures and a lower frame rate, are also true […] Read More

‘The Messenger’ Review

August 28, 2018 Nick Chevalier 0

If I’ve learned anything over the course of the Switch’s life cycle, it’s that retro-style indie darlings are aplenty on the platform. The next challenger in that arena is Devolver Digital’s and Sabotage’s The Messenger. A clear cut from the same cloth as Ninja Gaiden, perhaps the most interesting aspect […] Read More

‘Titan Quest’ for Switch Review

August 7, 2018 Nick Chevalier 0

In all my years of playing and experiencing video games, dungeon crawlers and hack-n-slashes have become some of my favorite genres ever since the days of Diablo 2 and Baldur’s Gate: Dark Alliance. With the exception of Nine Parchments, this style of game has been severely lacking on Switch in the near year and […] Read More