Splatterhouse was released in 2010 and is a reboot of the trilogy originally released in the 80’s on Sega’s family of systems (and all of them are lovingly included in this game too!). In Splatterhouse you take on the role of Rick who, after being fatally wounded, is coerced to wear a demonic mask to … Continue reading Splatterhouse (2010) [Retro] Review
Ghostbusters is one of the better games I have played that has been based off of a movie property
Luigi’s Mansion 2 (also referred to as Dark Moon in other territories) is the sequel to the original 2001 game. It expands in almost every way but fails to live up to the fun of the original. Luigi is once again asked to tackle some ghosts by Professor E. Gadd but this time things are … Continue reading Luigi’s Mansion 2 (2013) [Retro] Review
It took me almost 20 years to finally play Link’s Awakening and I did so in anticipation of the upcoming remake. And boy do I wish I had played it earlier.
I never played Luigi’s Mansion when it was originally on the Gamecube, therefore I don’t have anything to compare it too. I also am not aware of any additions or removals for this game. For those that aren’t aware, Luigi has won a mansion in a competition (if only it was that easy) and as … Continue reading Luigi’s Mansion for 3DS (2018) Review
The third instalment of Saints Row finally finds its feet as a true alternative to the gritty GTA.
Heavenly Sword is a severely underated game that has somehow fallen by the wayside as we have moved on to the next generation.
Dead Rising was originally released on the Xbox 360 however this was reviewed on the PS4.
Racoon City doesn't live up to the high standards of previous franchise entries.
Shadow of the Colossus is a fantastic game and I can see why people raved about it.