Category Archives: Reviews
The most terrifying game in the series. Writer’s Note: Every November 31st(Halloween) I have a tradition of playing trough a Resident Evil game in chronological order. Why chronological? Ehh… why not. This year being the fifth year it was Nemesis’ turn.
With November being one of the busiest months of the year for gaming, it’s interesting that Nintendo releases two semi-high profile games with a fair amount of fanfare, yet it decides to almost stealth release this game and not give it the attention it deserves. New Style Boutique 2: Fashion Forward is an interesting game that will certainly surprise those who haven’t given it a shot.
I must admit, I never heard of Sword Art Online before this game landed on my doorstep. Sword Art Online is a popular anima/manga franchise but more importantly, for us, it’s also a game franchise. I’m sure this product is meant for fans and they’ll enjoy the story for sure. If you don’t get the story however, there’s still some fun found in the game.
Just one month before the most anticipated movie of this century, we can now finally embrace the force in Battlefront once again. But was it worth the 10 years of waiting isolated on Dagobah?
“ I don’t want to set the world on fire. I just want to start, a flame in your heart…” – The Ink Spots
The Wii U was supposed to have an unforgettable Holiday Season this year. With games as Star Fox: Zero and a new Zelda, the system would have one of its best Holidays for sure. Too bad those games got delayed to 2016 and Nintendo had to figure out what to do during the Holidays. Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash was one of the answers but feels a little bit too rushed in order to release in time.
The Crew is Ubisoft’s open-world driver that wanted to translate the road trip experience to the digital world. The game wasn’t a big success right from the start but thanks to some impressive DLC and patches, the game became better and better. Nowadays, more than four million people are playing it and we think a lot new player might join thanks to the Wild Run expansion. The Wild Run adds a lot of fun things and removes some of the bugs of the original game.
Animal Crossing: Amiibo Festival isn’t a video game at all and can’t be judged as one to be honest. If you’re looking for a game like Mario Party with an Animal Crossing theme, this Amiibo Festival won’t bring you any pleasure. The ‘game’ isn’t filled with mini-games but offers a more traditional board game experience. If you like to spend your evenings playing board games with friends, this Amiibo Festival might be a game for you.
Typoman is conceptually an interesting game. However it’s not executed in the best way possible. Aside from under delivering on its premise Typoman is also prone to bugs and glitches.
The most popular franchise of the past years has returned for another explosive round. Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 is the major new installment in the franchise and has tons of content to offer. Want to enjoy a great single player? It’s here. More a multiplayer type? It’s bigger than ever. Like to kill zombies? Take them down in Black Ops 3! The game is packed with content and is a must-have for shooter fans.