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Sand Land Anime Review: Akira Toriyama’s Mad Max

Writing this review was not easy for me. Here's a not-so-fun story before the review truly begins; I was in the middle of watching the screeners for Sand Land when the news broke that Akira Toriyama passed away. Watching Sand Land felt different in light of his passing with a slew of different emotions all at once. if you're a fan of the late Akira...

X-Men 97 Review: A Triumphant Return For The Classic Animated Series

There's no better feeling for a comic book fan to see the X-Men finally returning to our screens after many years of absence due to unavoidable corporate issues. Now that Disney owns the X-Men IP (after purchasing 20th Century Fox), the possibilities are endless for the Children Of The Atom. While we're still waiting for a proper live-action return...

Death Trick: Double Blind Review – Circus Act

Platform: PC (version reviewed), Nintendo SwitchGenre: Detective, Mystery Visual Novel Neon Doctrine is a champion for the indie games hub and this new release is one of their new babies! Developed by Misty Mountain Studio, Death Trick: Double Blind is a new visual novel unlike any other. A little heartwarming about the backstory of the game ...

Last Epoch Review: To Affinity and Beyond

Platform: PC (version reviewed) Genre: Action RPG with in-depth classes and big-as-heck endgame Last Epoch is the latest ARPG taking the gaming world by storm. Dubbed as the love child of Diablo and Path of Exile, this game is actually not new to the scene. It only recently came out of Early Access but has been around for some time now. After a...

Unicorn Overlord Review: Emperor Of Style But Not Of Substance

Platform(s): PS4, PS5, Xbox Series X/S, Nintendo SwitchGenre: Tactical RPG, Strategy Vanillaware is perhaps best known for 2007's Odin Sphere on the PS2 and most recently, 2019's 13 Sentinels Aegis Rim. With their latest game, the Japanese developer delves into the tactical RPG genre in a fantasy setting that evokes the vibes and tone of games ...

Berserk Boy Review: Anger Management

Platform(s): PC (version reviewed), Nintendo Switch Genre: 2D Platformer The new indie 2D sprite-based platformer Berserk Boy is about Kei and his quest to collect all the Berserk Orbs to stop some mad conqueror named Dr. Genos. He works with a group called the Resistance, is tasked with saving lost members of that group while finding the orbs,...

Kung Fu Panda 4 Review: Fourth Time’s The Charm

After Shrek, Kung Fu Panda is DreamWorks' only other franchise to have gotten at least four mainline movies (not counting spinoffs). This makes it arguably the next most popular franchise at the studio, and that's not surprising, considering how great the first two movies were. The franchise experienced a drop in quality with 2016's Kung Fu Panda 3...

Final Fantasy VII Rebirth Review: Dial Of Destiny

Platform: PlayStation 5 Genre: Remake of an iconic Japanese role-playing game entry There's really no way to deny it; Square Enix's Final Fantasy VII is arguably the most important entry in the company's gaming portfolio and also the most iconic in Japanese role-playing gaming history. It made the genre mainstream, it turned a lot of young folk...

Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra Review: Retaining The Smartphone Crown

Having released one of the best smartphones in 2023 with the Galaxy S23 Ultra, Samsung's follow-up to the feat in 2024 is the result of when a brand hits peak innovation and thought "I wonder what can we do next to not only stay ahead, but also bamboozle the competitors by shifting the goalpost". Enter the A.I-packed Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra whi...

Dune Part Two Review: An Epic Sandstorm Of A Sequel

After three long years, the long-awaited sequel to 2021's Dune is finally here with Dune Part Two. Denis Villeneuve is shaping up to be one of the best directors of this generation with a string of great science fiction movies under his belt such as 2016’s Arrival and 2017’s Blade Runner 2049. 2021's Dune revitalized interest in more complex sc...

Penny’s Big Breakaway Review: Yo-Yo Star

Platform(s): PC (version reviewed), Nintendo Switch, PS5, Xbox Series Genre: 3D platformer with yo-yo antics Nobody wants to live under the shadow of their own success, especially if it's someone else's work they've vastly improved upon. Take Christian Whitehead and his Sonic Mania stint, a 2D platformer of the Sonic brand that was so good, it ...

Avatar The Last Airbender Review: Is It Worthy Of Aang’s Legend?

Next to One Piece, Avatar The Last Airbender is one of the biggest and most popular IPs that Netflix could have chosen to adapt into live action. While Netflix's One Piece was a resounding success, it was a rare exception and most Netflix adaptations tend to follow in the unfortunate footsteps of series like Cowboy Bebop. Which end of the spectrum ...

Matchmaker Agency Review: One-Sided Love

Platform(s): PC (version reviewed), Nintendo Switch Genre: Romance, Visual Novel, Strategy, Dating Sim, Management   Finding meaningful love is indeed an imperative aspect of our lives, albeit not to the same extent in the realm of video games. While it is possible to engage in romantic endeavours through various means such as gift-givi...

Skull and Bones Review: Sunk Cost

Platform(s): PC (version reviewed), PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X | S Genre: Naval action-adventure In the ever-expanding realm of gaming, few genres hold as much allure and romanticism as the swashbuckling world of pirates. It's a realm where freedom knows no bounds, where adventure beckons from every distant shore, where the clash of cutlasses...

Helldivers 2 Review: Enlist Now!

Platform(s): PC (version reviewed), PlayStation 5 Genre: Third-person co-op shooter The first Helldivers, a top-shooter co-op game, was memorable for its brutal friendly fire mechanics and intense gameplay and was quite a hit back in 2015. It didn't seem like a sequel-worthy kind of franchise, but good on developer Arrowhead Games Studio (of Ma...

Shogun Review: A Gripping Sweeping Samurai Historical Epic But Don’t Expect Too Much Action

Most reviewers have been comparing Shogun to Game Of Thrones, but that's too much of a simplified comparison. For one thing, Game Of Thrones is first and foremost a fantasy series; it's only somewhat inspired by the historical War Of The Roses. For those more familiar with the historical epic genre, Shogun is closer to something like Netflix's Marc...

Madame Web Review: Webbin’ Worse Than Morbin’ Time

Holy mother of... That was certainly a "movie". Madame Web is the latest film to be part of Sony’s Spider-Man Universe (SSU) after 2018’s Venom, 2021’s Venom Let There Be Carnage and 2022's Morbius. It's Webbin' Time Where do I even begin? Madame Web is a mess. The camerawork is shoddy, with some scenes featuring awkward zooming-i...

Lords Of Exile Review: More Than A Castlevania Tribute?

Platforms: PC (version reviewed), Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch Genre: 2D Action Platformer Paying Tribute To Castlevania   It seems these days that indie developers really go hard for 2D action platformers. If it's not a Metroidvania, it's a linear action game that emulates Konami's Castlevania series; the earlier ones where you worry...

Gunvolt Records Cychronicle Review: Together In Electric Dream

Platforms: PC (version reviewed), Nintendo Switch, PS4, PS5, Xbox Series, Xbox One Genre: Rhythm game using Inti Creates' most prominent 2D platforming series' J-pop   Inti Creates, known for making past 2D Mega Man platformers for Capcom, broke out on their own to make its successful line of original 2D platformers dubbed the Gunvolt s...

Islands Of Insight Review: Zen-Like Awakening

Platform(s): PC (version reviewed) Genre: Puzzles, Exploration, Fantasy, Open World, Atmospheric   Puzzle video games emerged as a prominent genre in the early 1980s, with notable hits such as Tetris (1985) and Lemmings (1991). Since then, these brain teasers have garnered a dedicated following worldwide, with various subgenres such as ...

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