Category Archives: Game review

Game review: ‘Star Wars Villainous’ lets players become Sith Lords

“Once you step onto the dark path, it will forever rule your destiny.” Is this the path you choose? If yes, then star wars villain is here to help you learn the ways of the dark side. The game is comparable to the previous one Infamous game of Ravensburg (Disney Villain and marvel villain) but […]

Card Game Review: ‘Mantis’ by Exploding Kittens

Mantis, from the creators of Exploding Kittens, itself part of entertainment powerhouse The Oatmeal, has a fun new take on chance and risk. The game was inspired by the Mantis Shrimp, which is technically neither a Mantis nor a Shrimp. He’s featured in a mini-comic that comes with the game, “Why the Mantis Shrimp is […]

The Legend of Wright video game review

Role-playing video games have always offered gamers a chance to streamline the math-rich mechanics of pen-and-paper tabletop systems and add visual pizzazz to the old text-based genre. RPG Time: The Legend of Wright invites players to imagine the freedom of old school graph paper adventures made on screen, trying to connect the best of all […]

Video game review: Lost In Play

Developer: HappyJuice Games Genre: Adventure Revised for: Nintendo Switch Also available on: PC In one look, lost in game seems like a fairly traditional point-and-click game. Got an experience that clearly emphasizes storytelling, a sense of wonder, and cartoonish visuals. The characters seem to go on great adventures and explore their environments. It doesn’t take […]

Review of “The Hating Game” – Entertainment Focus

They say there’s a fine line between love and hate, and that’s certainly the case for fellow competitive Lucy (Lucy Hale) and Joshua (Austin Stowell). Forced to share a workspace in the publishing house where they work, the two engage in a fierce battle to land a big promotion. As their war on each other […]

The Hating Game review – a sugary Manhattan rom-com that drops easily | Movies

Tits rom-com set in a Manhattan publishing house is about as bland and easy to consume as a soft serve ice cream cone on a hot day. It’s basically a sticky extrusion of sugar, trans fats, and trapped air in cinematic form. Director Peter Hutchings has adapted a bestselling novel of the same name by […]

Cincinnati Reds Minor League Game Review: August 6, 2022

Photo: Doug Gray Lorenzo Cedrola had four hits and Justin Nicolino struck out eight in a win at Louisville, Chattanooga homered from Elly De La Cruz and Christian Encarnacion-Strand in an overtime win, Jose Torres and Austin Hendrick got struck again at Dayton and Edwin Arroyo had two goals and stole his 25th of the […]

“Raptor Boyfriend” Video Game Review: Are You a Cryptid? It’s cute

Like many other variety gamers, I enjoy playing and experiencing the many genres of games the world has to offer. I’m a huge fan of fast-paced dungeon-crawling roguelikes, cinematic open worlds with rich character building, and competitive team games that require a decent amount of sweat and skill. But sometimes, when I feel like slowing […]

Xbox handles Calico reviews after game review bombarded with hate speech

Magical community simulation game Calico is now available with Xbox Games with Gold, but the LGBTQ+ friendly game, which champions ideas of kindness, has unfortunately been bombarded on Xbox “by some pretty hateful bigoted people”. It looks like the Xbox team is now on the case and looking into Calico’s reviews after its creators reported […]

Game review: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge

Cowabunga man! Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Shredder’s Revenge is out! So grab a slice (or six) of pizza and get ready for a totally awesome 80s-inspired beat-em-up. The turtles are back and they’re cooler than ever. Brimming with inspiration from the fondly remembered TMNT title Turtles in Time, Shredder’s Revenge is a short and sweet […]

Disney Happiest Day Tabletop Game Review

Visit characters and attractions around Magic Kingdom park to earn points in this family game. Funko Games, the company behind games like Funcover and Pan Ampublished Disney Happiest Day: Magic Kingdom Park Editiona kid-friendly board game inspired by the Magic Kingdom park at Walt Disney World Resort. We had the chance to try Disney’s […]

“Stray” is an enjoyable story that holds your attention from start to finish.

Stray is a video game that just launched on July 19 this year and it’s a game where you literally play as a cat. It is a linear third-person platform, puzzle, and adventure game set in a post-apocalyptic world where humans do not exist and humans inhabit underground cities. Stray was developed by BlueTwelve Studio […]

Klonoa: Phantasy Reverie Series – Game Review

Poor, poor Klonoa. The waking world was hardly fair to Bandai Namco’s Dream Traveler. The first one Klonoa came out just when the world was getting tired of 2D platformers and games, and the second came out when side-scrollers were considered outdated. The numerous attempts at recognition – a 2008 remake on the Wii, a […]

Ratten singles out midfielder in blunt post-match review

After a 28-point loss to the Western Bulldogs, St Kilda coach Brett Ratten has lamented that his side have been “carrying too many” players in recent weeks. The Saints conceded the first seven goals of the game to the Bulldogs on Friday night, and if they hadn’t scored four goals last term, they could have […]

Board Game Review: Disney Sorcerer’s Arena: Epic Alliances Core Set by The Op

The excitement of Disney’s Wizarding Arena jumps off your mobile device and onto your table with the new board game from The Op, Disney Sorcerer’s Arena: Epic Alliances Base Set. Just like in the game, players (or summoners) call their heroes and villains into battle in a game of strategy that is ultimately about earning […]

Light Years From Home game review – AND phone home… no Reece parts but still a treat! – GAMING TREND

In 1982, Steven Spielberg gave us a family adventure film about a small alien creature that got stranded on Earth. After being found by a young boy and befriending him, the alien does his best to communicate with his family back home while avoiding being caught by government agents looking for him. 40 years later, […]

Disgaea 6 Complete (PS4/PS5/PC) | video game review

The Disgaea franchise has long been the flagship series of Nippon Ichi Software and its North American publishing subsidiary, showcasing the latest innovations they’ve brought to the next generation of consoles and pushing the boundaries with comedic storylines and characters. memorable. At least that was true until Disgaea 5. Despite indications that the Disgaea 6: […]

Outriders: Worldslayer Game Review | Games

Platforms: Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PS5, PS4, PC Outriders: world killer is stupid – and that’s a compliment. A significant expansion of the 2021 original Riders, developer People Can Fly’s return to the devastated world of the colony of Enoch is a bizarre pipe dream of ambitious sci-fi ideas, ridiculous B-movie tropes, and jaw-dropping […]

‘The Quarry’ is every horror fan’s dream video game: review

It’s not just prestige TV series that want to be considered “like a 10 hour movie”. For years, video games have sought to become more cinematic by relying as much on storytelling as on interactivity. This often doesn’t work – if the story isn’t there, long cutscenes (also called cutscenes, not coincidentally) interrupting actual gameplay […]

Rogue Legacy 2 game review: A rich and rewarding Roguelite RPG

C/O Rogue Legacy 2 In 2013, the beloved 2D Rogue Legacy was released to mixed reactions from the community. Some found it too punishing with its short lifespan and fast escalating difficulty while others found the addition of meta progression was enough to compensate for this. ADVERTISING Thank you for watching!Visit the website Check out […]

Game review | Kena: Bridge Of Spirits – a game to warm even the coldest hearts

And even. It’s not. Take all the familiarity and mix it with character-driven storytelling, a world that seems to come alive from your very presence and your overall journey, and what you have is a game unlike anything else I’ve ever seen. never played; in all the best ways. At a basic level, Kena’s flow […]

Sniper Elite: The Board Game Review – good rules deliver endgame drama

I love my Sniper Elite like I love my grilled brisket – low and slow. Naturally, my biggest question when supporting this franchise in table form was how long a session would take. Could I finish a game in less time than it takes to fight my way through one of gaming’s lavish long-range banquets […]

Gatlopp: Hell of a Game review – supernatural board game thread is low-budget Jumanji | Movies

A Akin to Jumanji, this film centers on a supernatural board game that its four protagonists must win before sunrise to avoid being trapped for eternity into playing it. It’s to director Alberto Belli’s credit that his comedy generated much of the fun of the 1995 film on a fraction of the budget. Decidedly only […]

Game review: Disney’s “Big Thunder Mountain Railroad” from Funko Games

Funko Games has already brought so many classic Disney park attractions into homes through well-themed board games like The haunted mansion, the world is small, and crazy tea. In their latest release, they deliver “the craziest ride in the desert” to your doorstep with Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, “the craziest game in the desert!” The […]

The Career Game Review | Games

Platforms: Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PS5, PS4, PC It’s clear that the creators of Supermassive Games have imagined themselves to be filmmakers as much as game developers since 2015. Until dawn, which cemented their reputation for creating interactive dramas inspired by classic horror films. After focusing on the annual The Dark Pictures Anthology series […]

Mario Strikers: Battle League Game Review | Games

Platform: nintendo switch Let’s face it, professional football isn’t everyone’s cup of tea. Watching 22 millionaires kick a ball for 90 minutes and only see the occasional goal can be a dull way to spend an afternoon. What if half the players were lizards, dinosaurs or anthropomorphic mushrooms? What if chewing on a mushroom mid-game […]

The Quarry – Video Game Review

Shaun Munro reviews The Quarry… If supermassive games Until dawn confirmed the market’s thirst for interactive horror-themed video games, the developer’s efforts since then have largely failed to capitalize on that promise. The three Dark Pictures Anthology the titles released so far range from bad to acceptable, with their more serious tone and bite-sized format […]

Game Review: ‘The Quarry’ – HorrorFuel.com: Reviews, Ratings, and Where to Watch the Best Movies and TV Shows

In 2015, the world of horror gaming changed with Until dawn, a horror game that felt more like an interactive movie in which the players drove the story either deliberately or completely by accident. The team behind the shot, Supermassive Games continued to work on the critically acclaimed film”Dark Pictures Anthology” series that took over […]

Evil Dead: The Game Review: A gore and groovy ride with El Jefe

Reviewed on Xbox series S “Give me some sugar, baby.” “Buy smart. Buy S-Mart. “It’s… my pole!” And of course, “Groovy”. The evil Dead franchise is one of the most quoted film and television series of all time. There’s no shortage of excellent one-liners by Ashley J. Williams and company. Memorable lines aside, however, evil […]

Adam Sandler’s Basketball Drama ‘Hustle’ Has Game (Review)

By now you’d think you know what you’re getting with an Adam Sandler sports movie. “Happy Gilmore” and “The Waterboy” have conditioned us to expect silly vocals and left hooks from irate game show hosts. But in “Hustle,” Sandler’s new basketball movie on Netflix, he pulls off a crossover. The film, directed by Jeremiah Zagar, […]

“Pac-Man Museum+” leads the charge

TUCSON, Ariz. (KGUN) – Here’s a look at the list of the latest game releases: PAC-MAN+ MUSEUM Part retro anthology, part Pac-Man-themed dollhouse experience, the collection pulls together 14 Pac-Man titles from decades past, chasing you through the ups and downs that spanned the years of one of the game’s most recognizable icons. Most games […]

Diablo Immortal Game Review Mobile Android Ios Features Verdict

“Is this an April Fool’s joke out of season?” It was a fan’s question when Blizzard announced Diablo Immortal at BlizzCon in March 2018. Perhaps no title in gaming history has received such a hostile reception as Diablo Immortal, fans and players taking it out on Blizzard for developing “simple” mobile. game rather than a […]

Ultra Deluxe – Wayland Student Press

Warning: Contains spoilers for The Stanley Parable: Ultra Deluxe “The Stanley Parable” is one of my favorite video games because of the way it subverts expectations. When the game’s long-awaited expansion “The Stanley Parable: Ultra Deluxe” was released on April 27, it lived up to my hopes created by the original game by further challenging […]

Eiyuden Chronicle: Rising – Video Game Review

Calum Petrie reviews Eiyuden Chronicle: Rising… Chronicle of Eiyuden: Rising is a charming throwback to early JRPGs, while mixing pixel art sprites with beautiful 2.5D backgrounds. Starting life as an extended goal of the Kickstarter campaign, this game is actually a prequel/companion game to the upcoming Chronicle of Eiyuden: One Hundred Heroes. Although calling it […]

Silks Game Review – Horse Racing Metaverse – eGamers.io

– Advertising – Today we review the upcoming Play-to-Earn, horse racing game, Bristle! Silks game review: a few words about the game Silks is the first-ever derivative play-to-earn (P2E) metaverse. Silks is based on the Ethereum mainnet with layer 2 solutions and is being developed by tropical racea public company that operates 200-acre horse farms […]

Sniper Elite 5 Game Review | Games

Format: Xbox Series X, Xbox One, PS5, PS4, PC Get Ready – Rebellion’s latest entry in its Sniper takes players into a unique setting of World War II, approaching the totally unexplored Normandy landings. Slight sarcasm aside, while Sniper Elite 5 won’t win any awards for frame originality, it’s a significant improvement over its predecessors, […]

Kao the Kangaroo – Video Game Review

Harrison Abbott reviews Kao the Kangaroo… It might be painfully obvious, but a mascot platformer needs to have a decent mascot. Mario, Sonic the Hedgehog, and more recently Captain Astro Bot are all great examples, due to their distinct visual designs and likable, if simplistic, personalities. None of them are particularly deep or nuanced when […]

Devotion Video Game Review – Signal Horizon

Sometimes terror can manifest itself in the most mundane things. It can be hiding behind closed doors, in the TV, or even in your own beliefs. Taiwanese indie game developer Red Candle Games knows this better than anyone. Their second match Dedicationis an emotionally charged first-person psychological horror game that taps into the everyday fears […]

Evil Dead: game review

“Okay, you Primitive Screwheads, listen up! See this? This is…my Boomstick! The twelve-gauge double-barreled Remington. sporting goods. That’s right, this cute baby was made in Grand Rapids, Michigan. It sells for about one hundred and nine, ninety-five. It has a nut stock, cobalt blue steel and a hair trigger. That’s right. Buy smart. Buy S-Mart. […]

RiffTrax: Game review for PS5/4, Xbox Series X/One, Switch

Platform: PS5Also on: PS4, Xbox Series X, Xbox One, Switch, PCEditor: Interactive Wide RightDeveloper: Wide Right Interactive, Kurt Wojda, Mark ZornMedium: DigitalPlayers: 2-6In line: YesESRB: J Every year, Hollywood makes hundreds of terrible movies. Thanks to the good folks at RiffTrax, these movies can be watched with their hilarious personalized commentary tracks that you can […]

An unmissable masterpiece – Le Siskiyou

Image credit Nintendo Have you ever experienced any medium, be it a movie, show, or game, and thought to yourself, “dang, that was a masterpiece?” For example, in the fall of 2020, I played this little game called “13 Sentinels”, developed by Vanhillaware and published by Atlus. I remember first hearing about “13 Sentinels” when […]

Evil Dead the Game review: Hail the King, baby

A faithful asymmetrical recreation of the classic film franchise. evil Dead is the latest 4v1 asymmetrical horror title, this time coming from World War Z developer Saber Interactive. Following successes like Dead by Daylight, Friday the 13th and Predator hunting grounds, how is this new licensed property going? The answer, really, hinges on your knowledge […]

The Definition of Madness: Source of Madness Game Review

Narcotics Anonymous said in 1981 “Insanity is repeating the same mistakes and expecting different results.” before he is misquoted saying he “does the same thing over and over again”, anyway, the point is to repeat things with the expectation of a different outcome is foolish. The subject of this review is a perfect example of […]

Transformers Deck Building Game Review – One Shall Stand

Transformers have always been a pillar of our home. From toys to trading cards, the franchise has always held a special place in my heart. Imagine my excitement when it was announced that a new deck-building game based on transforming robots would be hitting store shelves. So, does Transformers deck-building game stand up to other […]

RiffTrax: The Game Review (PS4) – An Enjoyable Bad Movie Party Game

RiffTrax: The PS4 Game Review. There’s something rather appropriate about What the Dub! Developer Wide Right Interactive puts a Rifftrax veneer on their game that’s modeled after exactly what Rifftrax does. A dubbing feedback loop that seems to culminate in some kind of unholy meta-monster rising from the depths to dub our very existence. I […]

Edmonton Oilers Vs Los Angeles – Game 2 Quick Postgame Review

The Edmonton Oilers silenced the critics tonight with a 6-0 loss to the Los Angeles Kings tonight at Rogers Place. Final Los Angeles kings 0 Edmonton Lubricators 6 After losing Game 1 on Monday, fans started thinking “here we go again,” but the Edmonton Oilers put an end to that with their game tonight. They […]

The Guy Behind ‘Wordle’ Says You Should Try This New Game – Review Geek

Keywords It’s been months now wordle made its debut and took over the internet. And from there dozens of clones and creative alternatives have spawned, the last of which is Keywords. It mixes wordlewith those of crosswords and word searches and is a fun successor to the original game. wordlethe creator of Josh Wardle, even […]

Fight for crypto and dominate the cyberpunk metaverse

Play2Earn games are the future of gaming, all because they have completely transformed the idea of ​​the mechanics of acquiring crypto and owning in-game assets. Today, you can earn cryptocurrencies simply by playing games. One of the most promising P2E games is called CyberCity. We decided to go behind the scenes and find out what […]

Kirby and the Forgotten Land – Game Review

In my eyes, Kirby games have always been defined by their stunning visual and musical art direction which is held back somewhat by simple yet usable side-scrolling platformer gameplay. forgotten land represented, more than anything else, an opportunity for HAL laboratory to break out of this mold the series seems to be stuck in. And […]

Board Game Review – The Warriors: Come Out to Play

Funko Games invites you to face the gangs of New York in The warriors: come play – an energetic, cooperative game where players navigate the New York City subway to their own territory of Coney Island and prove their innocence. Based on the 1979 cult classic, the game transports players to a dystopian world where […]

Trivia Game Review: MasterPieces ‘MLB Baseball Trivia Challenge’

MLB Baseball Challenge from MasterPieces offers baseball fans the one thing they might love more than baseball itself: baseball trivia. As the NFL Gridiron Trivia Challenge, MLB Baseball Challenge puts players to the test to prove who knows best the lore, stats, and novelties of the American pastime. MLB Baseball Challenge organizes its questions on […]

Gotta Protectors: Cart of Darkness – Game Review

There’s no shortage of modern designs that evoke the look and sound of late 1980s games. Not so much as those games actually were, but as gamers fondly remember them – with bigger characters, better animation, and smoother gameplay than any 8-bit system could handle. Are they neo-retro? New 8 bit? Traps to nostalgia? Whatever […]

Review of the video game “Elden Ring”

FromSoftware Inc.’s video game development company Ring of Elden is something really special. With around 90 hours of gameplay to travel and fight in the Lands Between, it feels like there’s still so much to explore in the game. With such a vast open world, “Elden Ring” embraces the smart approach to being influenced by […]

Spring Game Review and More

South Carolina’s Garnet and Black spring football game didn’t disappoint on Saturday, so the latest episode of the Inside the Gamecocks podcast focuses on examining that preview scrimmage, and more. Like Inside the Gamecocks on FacebookFollow Inside the Gamecocks on TwitterFollow Inside the Gamecocks on Instagram Here are today’s topics… -Strategist spencer […]

Dinosaur Island: Rawr ‘n Write Board Game Review

Dinosaurs haven’t quite died out in the world of board games, but they’re close. You’d imagine actual roaring monsters stalking the real earth would be an endless source of design inspiration, but games featuring them are relatively rare. One of the best is Dinosaur Island – re-released as Dinosaur World – which tasks players with […]

Chrono Cross: The Radical Dreamers Edition game review | Games

Format: Xbox One, PS4, PC, Nintendo Switch Chrono-Cross is something of a holy grail for RPG fans – a sequel to the classic the trigger of a stopwatch, its 1999 release on the original PlayStation was only available in Japan and North America, and has been hard to find ever since. This lack of availability, […]

World of Tanks Miniatures Game Review — Vroom vroom BOOM

World of Tanks, the Miniatures Game, attempts to bring the mega-popular PC game of the same name to the table. Players will create squads of tanks, roam the battlefield and attempt to blast each other. If you know of other popular tabletop skirmish games with movement patterns, upgrades, and team building, then there’s nothing new […]

‘Ghostwire: Tokyo’ Game Review – The Hindu

Tango Gameworks’ long-awaited game weaves a thrilling supernatural story into a spectacular world but the combat style is a bit too simple Tango Gameworks’ long-awaited game weaves a thrilling supernatural story into a spectacular world but the combat style is a bit too simple Tokyo has been the setting for a few popular alternate reality […]

Taco Bell Party Pack Card Game Review – Good for a light snack, but not heavy enough for a full meal

Yes, you read that title right – Taco Bell has a game based on their food, but sadly, it’s not as ridiculous as the concept would lead you to believe. Simple to learn and quick to play, the Taco Bell Party Pack Card Game features a fun concept that just wasn’t as fleshed out as […]

Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga game review | Games

Format: Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PS5, PS4, PC, Nintendo Switch To call Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga “ambitious” might be an understatement. Cramming through the nine main films of the iconic trilogy is a huge undertaking – especially when the latest Lego Star Wars the game focused only on the force awakens – […]