WarioWorld, On Wealth and Weirdness

Dust off your Gamecubes, lads and lasses, cuz we’ve got a classic! I’m not really sure I’m comfortable reviewing WarioWorld, actually. This is one of the few games that actually managed to give me nightmares. Something about giving Wario his own demented dimension is akin to giving mankind the ability to shape the universe; VERY […]

Custom Robo: Of Guns, Mechs, and Murder

I say murder because there hasn’t been a game out since 2007. Why did this series stop existing? Why?! Custom Robo had so much to offer to its fans and newcomers! It had a unique playstyle, loads of customization parts, an extremely detailed plot with length and high quality content, three-dimensional loveable characters… The game […]

Scott Pilgrim vs The World: The Game. Nuff Said!

First thing I’m gonna tell you about this little game is that the soundtrack was done by the amazing soundchip band, Anamanaguchi. Their music is done using old video game sounds taken from a hacked Nintendo Entertainment System. Totally reminiscent of 1990s gaming regarding the gameplay, the visuals, and, of course, the soundtrack. Oh, and […]

Acceleration of Suguri X Edition Takes Off

This is a very obscure game. I mean, I haven’t heard a thing about it or any prior versions up until I encountered it browsing through the Playstation Network. Even then, I just bought it on a whim, as the game itself was less than ten dollars. Million dollar question, how can a cheap PsN […]

Dragon Ball Z Ultimate Tenkaichi, the Game of the Movie of the Game

I know what you’re thinking. “Look at all the games this guy’s reviewed. Would he really play a Dragon Ball Z game? It’s so out of character.” Well it is. The only reason I got the game was because I played the original Ps2 Tenkaichi at a friend’s place. The gameplay was super fun and […]

The Beautiful World of Odin Sphere

Tell me, good sir or madam, when was the last time you have played what felt like a visual novel of a video game? A game with detailed, artistic imagery, dramatic characterization, and a user-friendly combat system that strays from the norm? I can imagine it’s been too long. Let us fall back to the […]

Soul Calibur V: Tips and Tricks

This is a follow-up post on the actual game review of Soul Calibur V that will provide you with the means to enjoy this game to the max! Yeah! It won’t be very long. I’ll cover character unlocks, equipment unlocks, XP farming, and a few tips on certain characters. First, I’ll cover the unlockable characters: […]

The Legacy of Soul Calibur V

Yeah, that’s right. I played this game for one day, and now I’m ready to proclaim that it’s legendary. It’s addicting. It’s beautiful. It’s abnormally good. Soul Calibur fans are helpless in the face of this glorious shard of gaming masterpiece. I need to start talking about the ups and downs, otherwise I’ll start gushing. […]

Super Smash Brothers Brawl, a Sarcastic Review

Here’s the entire review in a nutshell: This game is amazingly good and will continue to be until the next installment comes out. Play alone, with friends (in the same room, unlike how the industry keeps trying to kill splitscreen), with your imaginary buddy, it’ll be the best day of your life until you play […]

Soul Calibur IV and some of Soul Calibur V

Since the series started with the arcade game Soul Edge, the Soul Calibur series has come a long way. A very long way. In fact, they’ll be releasing a fifth game early next year, which a lot of people are excited about. I’m excited. How about you? I mean, it’s only the most innovative and […]