Metal Gear Rising is the perfect blend of Metal Gear and Devil May Cry I didn’t know I needed. Set 4 years after the events of MGS 4, Rising follows Raiden from MGS 2 as he uncovers a plot to start a war between the US and Pakistan. It is a plot seen in many … Continue reading Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance (2013) [Retro] Review
Crash Team Racing is the only kart racer that can rival Mario Kart as it returns with a bang.
Deadly Premonition has no business being as enjoyable as it is.
Dawn of the Dragon is the proposed epic conclusion to the fairly cinematic Legend of Spyro series; however it fails to live up to expectations set from all previous Spyro iterations.
Chaos Theory is easily the best of the original Splinter Cell trilogy, and holds up pretty well to todays standards.
Pandora Tomorrow is a marked improvement over its predecessor but is still a bit flat.
Splinter Cell has many ups and downs resulting in a surprisingly average game.
I have a love/hate relationship with Sonic games, for the most part I find them enjoyable and fun but they can get extremely frustrating very easily. This was a concern of mine when entering Sonic Generations, a love letter to fans to celebrate the twentieth anniversary of Sonic The Hedgehog. Generations features three sections with … Continue reading Sonic Generations (2011) [Retro] Review
Two Thrones is a return to form for the franchise and rights many wrong presented by Warrior Within.
What Remains of Edith Finch is a game of a generation and a narrative experience everyone should take part in.