I hate that I’ve become so disenchanted with RPG’s, specifically JRPG’S. There was a time when those were the only games I played, and, having both an SNES and a PS1 in the heydays of junior high school and high school, it shaped my view of how games …
Tag: Comic Book
An adult-orientated title that, despite some flaws, still provides an element of fun; especially in a casual capacity.
Metropolis: Lux Obscura is a game of two tales, where one revolves around poorly executed gameplay elements, and the other is being hampered by the equally underwhelming storytelling.
An adequately turbulent ending to a rather maniacal tale.
Scribblenauts Showdown is a great place for the casual linguist who's looking for a fun time with a bit of wordplay mixed in, but those who want more vocabulary puzzles should skip this entirely.
The Enemy Within's What Ails You, is surely a step in a right direction, but it is not significant enough, in order to elevate the series back to where it started.
While episode four fills in many of the blanks as far as backstory is concerned, it’s difficult to see how the Guardians themselves can overcome their personal differences before heading off towards the final battle.
The Caped Crusader swings onto the Nintendo Switch to bring Telltale's own dark vision of Gotham to everyone, everywhere, at any time.
Dimension Drive may be one of the most surprising shooters that I've played in a while.
The Enemy Within picks up the pace, as it heads towards its conclusion.