Proteus is Your Brain on Musical Pixels

Video games can do many things. They can train children to be competitive little assholes, provide relaxation after a long week, fry your brain and deprive you of sleep, or give you a pleasant and surreal world to escape to when things are rough. Proteus is one of those. Which one? Do some detective work […]

WarioWare Touched, Stylus Abuse

WarioWare Touched is one of those games that’s nearly impossible to critically review. The reason being? It’s not so much a game as it is a MASSIVE collection of five second or less microgames. You might say, “But review-guru! There’s always plot to be had, right?” Eh… I suppose. If there is any, it’s about […]

Blinx 2: Masters of Time and Space, and Also Customization

The name is a little grandiose in my earnest opinion, seeing as it would imply that the playable characters have ascended to a status akin to godhood. However, that should not make you think that this game is of poor quality. In Blinx 2: Master of Time and Space, you either play as cats with […]