It's time once again for baseball season, and that means PlayStation owners can pick up MLB The Show and everyone else is stuck with RBI Baseball for their MLB gaming fix. Of course RBI Baseball is on PS4 as well, and that's the version this review is based on. I've reviewed every single one of… Continue reading RBI Baseball ’18 Review
Assassin’s Creed first released in 2007, and two years later saw its first sequel. After that, fans of the franchise got a new entry every year from 2009 to 2015 with the release of Assassin’s Creed Syndicate. With a technically flawed release in 2014 with Unity, many fans began to feel burned out on the… Continue reading Assassin’s Creed Origins Review
Destiny 2 has been out for over a month, and I feel like it's the time for me to finally get this full review out even if it is "late" (although the PC version doesn't release for another week). I came into Destiny 2 as a hardcore, dedicated Destiny player with over 2,500 hours logged… Continue reading Destiny 2 Review
Finnish based developers 10tons Ltd. are back again with their latest game on console, Spellspire. Like practically every 10tons game, Spellspire offers up fun when you just have a little bit of time to game and can't really get into a 45 minute mission in a "bigger game." That's one thing I love about games… Continue reading Spellspire Review
Seasons After Fall is a 2D platforming puzzle game for PS4, Xbox One, and PC from French developer Swing Swing Submarine and published by Focus Home Interactive. In it, you play a spirit that possesses a wild fox and set off on an adventure through a forest. You have the power to manipulate the four seasons,… Continue reading Seasons After Fall Review
CI Games released their first Sniper Ghost Warrior game back in 2010 and followed it up with a sequel in 2013. I didn't play the first one, but I did the second one. It wasn't particularly good. Now some four years later, and after a few delays, CI Games has released the third entry into… Continue reading Sniper Ghost Warrior 3 Review
Valhalla Hills is strategy/city-building game developed by Funatics that first released on Steam Early Access back in August 2015. On April 25, 2017 the game came to PS4 and Xbox One in the form of Valhalla Hills: Definitive Edition, which includes the based game and the two DLC packs (Sand of the Damned and Fire Mountains)… Continue reading Valhalla Hills: Definitive Edition Review
I've reviewed each of the R.B.I. games since MLB brought the series back in 2014. At this point, I'm not sure a review is necessary anymore. I feel like I should just copy and paste what I wrote last year, because it's the same game with an updated roster. There's no new modes and no… Continue reading R.B.I. Baseball ’17 Review
Vikings: Wolves of Midgard is an action-RPG developed by Games Farm, a studio from Slovak Republic best known for the Air Conflict series as well as the ARPG Shadows: Heretic Kingdoms. Vikings has drawn a lot of early comparisons to Diablo, and for good reason. Of course Diablo isn't the only game in this particular… Continue reading Vikings – Wolves of Midgard Review
Stardew Valley hits all the right notes and checks all the right boxes as a feature rich farming based RPG. If it can be done better, I'd certainly like to see it, but no one person could make a better game for this genre than Eric Barone has done. I'd say it's the peak, the Harvest Moon game many of us always wanted.
Yakuza 0 is a niche game designed for a Japanese audience first, it's extremely story heavy, and it does have some outdated design mechanics/elements and even graphics (it kinda feels like a remastered PS2 game). If you can get into it though, you're likely to find a very engrossing experience with a lot to offer. If you're like me though, you're probably going to have a hard time getting into it as a newcomer to the series.
Neverwinter is a free-to-play MMORPG that released on PS4 over a month ago, but has been available on PC for three years and Xbox One for a over a year. This review is based on the PS4 version, and it's completely free in that you don't even need PlayStation Plus to play the game. Since… Continue reading Neverwinter Review