So if you are a fan of the Little Witch Academia anime then you will appreciate this game. If not, do not even waste your time. The game brings the characters to life with lots of colors and peppy conversations but the RPG elements lag behind and border on annoying.
Hey there souls fans, if you aren't out there buying this remaster right now... then I'm sure you are contemplating whether buying this classic remaster is worth it (like I am right now). From the looks of things, it just might be. There is a massive improvement in texture quality and performance with almost everything else staying the same. With this new release massive amounts of people will be playing online (the lack thereof is what made me stop playing), so get in while it's hot. Watch out for LokiAdvanced though or you might just end up with a dagger in your back.
It seems like Beat-Em Up games are making a slight comeback with the re-release of Dragon's Crown Pro! If you played it before you are definitely in for a treat with amazing new graphics. If you have not played then you might want to make a double-take as this is way more than just a side scrolling Beat-Em Up game. The in depth RPG elements are what make it great.
It's finally here! Detroit: Become Human is the epic looking cinematic journey game akin to games like Life is Strange, Heavy Rain, and Beyond Two Souls. Made by Quantic Dream we expect some great things from it, and it seems like it might have (mostly) fulfilled those expectations. It seems the story was written with a lot of cliche characters, cheesy monologues, and heavy handedness that you will have to just get over. However, we will definitely see the heavy improvements of texture quality, facial animations, and overall graphical excellence that might make Detroit: Become Human worth the cash.
Although it was released on PC and consoles at the end of last year we still appreciate the late release to switch. Battle Chasers: Nightwar is an epic JRPG that got a pretty good rating before and we don't expect it to change much for the switch. Oh? You haven't even played it yet? Well you are in luck because now that it's out for switch we can observe it again and hopefully some bugs have been hammered out.
Have you been craving a good Beat-Em Up game? Well Raging Justice might just be the game for you! Sure it's an older genre but that doesn't mean it's bad. The animation and graphics do look a little rough though.
Hey RPG fans, if you still own your PS2 just to play Baldur's Gate or Champions of Norrath, then come back to 2018 because Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire is what you have been looking for. Although you might want to start with the prequel if you haven't played that yet (you don't have to... but it will probably make the game experience better). Not only it have the best RPG elements that give us that nostalgic feeling but you are also the captain of a ship and can sail the ocean! Sounds like a great mix, and other critics agree.
Destiny 2: Warmind takes the game to a whole new level! But that 'new' level just happens to be more of the same stuff and actually not new at all. You will get a slough of new gear but if you are playing by yourself then this expansion is a bit daunting. Seems like they made a big PvP improvement though
Hello Pokemon lovers! It's been almost 2 months since Detective Pikachu was released in the USA! He's not as powerful as other Pikachu's but he is more intelligent and claims to be a great detective! This quirky twist to the traditional Pokemon games is interesting and more importantly fun for all ages. Ryan Reynolds is the voice actor for Pikachu (Weird I know).
If you are looking for an awesome game to play through with a buddy then A Way Out is the way to go. It's short and sweet and looks like a ton of fun (especially if you've ever seen prison break). You get lots of choices, options, and dynamic gameplay with alternate endings! Of course it's not without some short comings but no game is perfect right? Well take a look at some reviews below and find out a bit more!
Here we take a quick look at what the critics are saying about the release of Conan Exiles! This game was a bit rough in early access but appears to have made a triumphant return.
While we both agreed to some extent, my friend argued that games released as recently as ~3 years ago would still perform better on a high frequency single core than on a quad core at a moderate frequency. I thought this leaned way too far in favor of freq/arch.
So then I said this could be interesting to test, we agreed upon certain variables, and off I went 🙂