• Rayman Legends Review

    Rayman Legends is a charming and dare I say whimsical game that delivers a classic, nostalgic feeling in spades, all the while bringing something fresh to the table. The game underwent a bunch of tweaks during its long development and shift from Wii U exclusive to multiplatform release, a move ...
  • Super Mario 3D World Review

      I just have a question for everyone here, who loves Mario? Haters are going to hate, but honestly, there’s a reason why Mario is the king of the platforming genre. From his arcade debut in 1982 thanks to Donkey Kong where he was known simply as “Jumpman”, all the ...
  • PROJECT ZERO 2 - DEEP CRIMSON BUTTERFLY

    In 2003 the sequel to Fatal Frame, a game many consider niche, but hailed by its fans as one of the greatest survival horror games of all time was released on the PlayStation 2. An X-Box port with enhanced features including a new ending was released a year later in ...