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Review: Yoshi’s Crafted World

Yoshi is one of those franchises that’s kind of struggled to find a place in the modern world. It’s somewhere between Kirby and Mario: a mid-point of a completely entry-level platforming experience and a more normalized one. The series has also…


Review: Outward

During my first ten hours in Outward, I was mauled by wolves three different times, kidnapped by bandits twice, and left shanghaied on a magic-infused mountain by a mysterious stranger. I fought subterranean monsters and laid tripwire traps in a…



Review: One Piece: World Seeker

One Piece is one of the longest-running franchises I still find myself watching and reading week to week. With over 900 chapters of the manga and over 800 anime episodes, something about the world and its characters keeps pulling me…


Review: Left Alive

On paper, Left Alive sounds like a fantastic video game. With beautiful key art from Yoji Shinkawa on display, as well as a director who helped produce the Armored Core series at the helm, all while being a stealth-action game…


Review: Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice

[And that’s a wrap on Sekiro! The review has been updated with a score.] It’s really tough to talk about From Software without sounding like a cliche. But beyond the (gasp, buzzword incoming) Souls series, the studio has been a part…



Review-in-Progress: Generation Zero

I really didn’t know much about Generation Zero going into this review. I saw one video and read Brett’s preview, which was enough for me. Avalanche does not have a great track record, all things considered. The DLC for Just Cause…


Review: The Princess Guide

One of the things I quite enjoy about Nippon Ichi Software is it’s always willing to try new things. Each year, you can depend on the developer-cum-publisher to release one or two titles that are completely unique from everything else…


Review: Golf Peaks

Golf is a very deceptive sport. While many people will bemoan how “boring” it is, they’re only looking at it from the viewpoint of a spectator. Actually picking up a club and swinging at a ball will show you just…