I love retro video games. The sense of pureness, the lack of any stupid DLC or day 1 patches, everything just felt more pure. Sure, games were much simpler then, but that wasn't
Truth be told, I never was the biggest dungeon crawler fan until the DS. I remember reading a review for a certain dungeon crawler on a website and they basically said they couldn't
Tappingo 2 is a game about sliding tiles. Tap them in the right order, satisfy each tile's number, and you'll form some nice pixel art. Cherish it forever. Also, it's $3.
Everything you love about the genre, only slower and a bit boring.
Don't blink. Don't even blink. Blink and you're dead.
A repetitive, inconsistent good time.
It seems like forever ago since I first heard of Shovel Knight and with the continuous delays, the wait was never an easy one. It's no secret that I'm a massive fan for old
Is this world worth visiting again?
Another World: 20th Anniversary Edition snuck onto the 3DS and Wii U as a downloadable game on the eShop and took a lot of gamers by
When Moon Chronicles for the 3DS was announced, I knew I had to have it. As a big fan of Renegade Kid's DS games, such as the Dementium series and of course, Moon, Moon
I am a firm believer that small indie companies will one day completely overtake the third-party scene. With giants like THQ hitting the dust, their smaller counterparts now have
Sometimes, a quick tune-up and polish is all you need to succeed. For Pokemon Battle Trozei on the 3DS, improving upon its DS predecessor is effortless. By adding new Pokemon elements and
Brilliance that falls short.
Nintendo was bound to enter the Free-to-Play market at some point in time. I think all Nintendo fans and enthusiasts were expecting them to give it a try, but how would they do