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 […]

Dead Island Smells

I mean that in a metaphorical sense. The game stinks. Don’t get me wrong, it has its draws (maybe), but overall, it’ll probably leave you feeling pretty disappointed. I present to you an initial list of negative aspects: Most of not all characters are fugly. That matters to some people. Bad character/weapon to enemy difficulty […]

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 […]

Legend of Zelda Twilight Princess, Midna’s Bitch

That’s right. That’s what you are. I’ll get to why you’re her bitch and who she even is in a little bit, but first, I would like to say how pleased I am that this game was released on both the Gamecube AND the Wii. Score! Retro or modern, this game appeals to all! Because […]

Dead Rising 2: Off the Record with FRANK WEST

Smile! You’re gonna. Have you ever wondered what would happen if Frank West took the place of Chuck Green in Dead Rising 2? If you have any sense of awesomeness, the answer is probably. For those of you who have been waiting with everlasting patience for the fabled sandbox mode to emerge from this tough […]

God of W- Shadow of th- Castlevania, Lords of Shadow

I’m happy to say that this game was a Christmas present, that way it isn’t me who has to deal with the shame of having purchased this blight. Castlevania, what the hell have you sunk to? I’m still having trouble accepting that the big “Castlevania” on the front cover isn’t being used ironically. This won’t […]

Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim the Sketchy

Pretty much everybody’s heard of Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, the legendary sequel of  the prestigious Oblivion. Those who aren’t gamers have probably heard of it through a friend, boyfriend, girlfriend, etc. It’s a pretty popular game. Yet even so, my first concern when I purchased Skyrim was the potential glitches. In all seriousness, Bethesda’s notorious […]

Game Review – Dark Souls

Dark Souls, the perfected echo of the gut-wrenchingly difficult Demon’s Souls. If you thought you died too much in Demon’s Souls, you haven’t seen anything yet. Dark Souls is a game not meant for casual-core gamers who want cheap thrills and easy wins; it’s called one of the hardest games on the market for a […]