Macrotis: A Mother’s Journey Review

October 21, 2020 // 0 Comments

Macrotis, the emotional puzzle platformer from the Istanbul, Turkey based Proud Dinosaurs, has finally made its way to consoles after originally releasing on PC back in February 2019 thanks to publisher EastAsiaSoft. A mother bilby needs your help to get back to her children, if you can overcome the environment and solve the puzzles to get back to [...]

Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout Review

August 27, 2020 // 1 Comment

It’s been almost a month since Fall Guys took the world by storm. Since its release on August 3rd, the game has quickly become of the most popular (both played and watched) games on the planet and also is the most downloaded game in PlayStation Plus history. While it’s been free on PS Plus, it has still managed to sell over seven [...]

Seasons After Fall Review

May 24, 2017 // 2 Comments

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, changing them on the fly to complete [...]

Rogue Legacy Review

July 29, 2014 // 1 Comment

Rogue Legacy was a critical hit when it released on PC a little over a year ago, and today Cellar Door Games have brought their hit title to PS4, PS3, and PS Vita with cross-buy and cross-save. Rogue Legacy is now available on the PlayStation Store for $16.99, and that’s a great price since you’re getting it for three systems and [...]

New Super Luigi U Review

September 11, 2013 // 0 Comments

New Super Luigi U is basically a rehash of New Super Mario Bros U (it originated as DLC for the Mario game), so I’ll be limiting this to a quick look over instead of a full-fledged review. So without further adieu, let’s get this mini show on the road. I can’t remember off hand if we had a review for Super Mario Bros U, but I [...]

Castle of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse Review

September 10, 2013 // 1 Comment

The original Castle of Illusion, released in 1990 for Sega Genesis, remains a timeless classic for a lot of gamers who grew up playing it. It was never the hardest platformer, nor the longest or the best, but it was fun and it had a certain charm to it even for those of us who aren’t fans of Mickey Mouse. Now, thanks to SEGA Studios Australia, [...]

Cool Spot Review

February 23, 2013 // 1 Comment

It’s been a while since I last featured a video game in the QDR, so I’m going to remedy that by going retro with an SNES title that I used to play a TON of back when I was a kid… Cool Spot. Yes, a video game starring the red circle from the 7-Up logo. In fact, the game is one giant advertisement for 7-Up, but despite that it actually was/is [...]

Sonic Adventure 2 HD Review

October 8, 2012 // 5 Comments

I never owned a SEGA Dreamcast, so I get to come into this review with no nostalgia whatsoever for what Sonic Adventure 2 was originally like over a decade ago on the Dreamcast. Nor, prior to this, have I ever played a 3D Sonic game that I actually enjoyed (and I loved the first three Sonic games on the Genesis, with Sonic 2 being my favorite [...]

Hell Yeah! Wrath of the Dead Rabbit Review

September 28, 2012 // 0 Comments

Hell Yeah! takes players on bizarre trip through Hell as the Prince of Hell, a rabbit named Ash. The evil rabbit was minding his own business taking a bath with rubber duckies when the paparazzi show up and snap some pictures. The naked bath time photos are posted on the Hellternet where they’ve been viewed by a whopping 100 creatures. Ash is of [...]

LIMBO Review

July 20, 2011 // 1 Comment

Limbo was released July of last year on Xbox LIVE Arcade, and it garnered a lot of attention and praise. It had my interest, but I didn’t have an Xbox 360. Thankfully, a year later, Limbo hit the Playstation Network today and I have finally gotten to experience the wonderful indie game that is Limbo. Limbo is a “simple” 2D [...]