It's that time again bloggers, and just before the holidays, Kim at Later Levels is once again hosting December's Question of the Month which will go live tomorrow. This months question is... Which video game character would do a better job than Santa? I did a bit of thinking and tried coming up with characters that have all … Continue reading Question of the Month: December 2017 Edition
It was only a few years ago where I heard about mumbling of this highly sought after game on the Wii. That was Xenoblade Chronicles, which was heralded as an instant JRPG classic that fans fought to have brought over to North America. I sadly missed out on the game initially on the Wii, but … Continue reading Xenoblade Chronicles Has Come Full Circle For Me
Oure Release Date: October 30, 2017 Developer: Heavy Spectrum Limited Publisher: Heavy Spectrum Limited Platforms: Playstation 4 (Playstation Store), PC (Steam) Price: $19.99 USD Oure was somewhat of a surprising title upon it's launch. It was revealed out of nowhere at the Paris Games Week event as part of Sony's presentation, and just like that, the game was available almost … Continue reading Oure Review – Stumble Through The Clouds
The Nintendo Switch has been doing well for itself in it's first year. From the awesome first party Nintendo support, to the overwhelming amount of indie games available, to more recently the big AAA hit wonders making their way over, there's alot to play on the Switch right now. The last couple of weeks I … Continue reading Feel The Power… Nintendo Switch… Power?
It's no secret, I love Star Wars. I still remember the day my dad brought back a rental copy of Star Wars: A New Hope for me to watch. Him and my mom had told me this basically was the shit back in their day, even though they didn't care for the movie and just … Continue reading Why I’m Passing On Battlefront II
Super Mario Odyssey has given me quite a bit of fun since it's release. There were many things I was looking forward to with the game, which all have mostly met my expectations. There is one feature that I kind of forgot about and didn't really keep track of that I unexpectedly just adored, and … Continue reading Mario Odyssey’s Photo Mode Is Unexpectedly Very Fun
King Oddball Release Date: October 30, 2017 Developer: 10tons Publisher: 10tons Platforms: Nintendo Switch (eShop), PC (Steam), Playstation 4 (Playstation Store), Xbox One (Microsoft Store) Price: $4.99 USD Indie developer 10tons is on a roll and continues to release Switch titles, with the latest King Oddball making it's way over. King Oddball is a physics based puzzle game that is … Continue reading King Oddball Review – Fun, Casual and Charming
Violett Release Date: October 26, 2017 Developer: Forever Entertainment SA Publisher: Forever Entertainment SA Platforms: Nintendo Switch (eShop), PC (Steam) Price: $9.99 USD Violett is a point and click adventure by Forever Entertainment SA that's been ported from the mobile platform to the Nintendo Switch as of late. Inspired by Alice In Wonderland and other great works, it brings forth … Continue reading Violett Review – Pretty On the Outside
Howdy everyone and welcome to Volume 3 of The Video Game Music Chronicles. Last time in Volume 2, we discussed some heavy metal Metroid. This time around, we are deviating a bit from that into a genre that I'm not so familiar with, but so far really liking, and that is Electronic music. A couple … Continue reading Video Game Music Chronicles: Volume #3 – Street Walkin’ to the NightStop
Time Recoil Release Date: October 26, 2017 Developer: 10tons Publisher: 10tons Platforms: Nintendo Switch (eShop), PC (Steam), Playstation 4 (Playstation Store), Xbox One (Microsoft Store) Price: $13.99 USD The small developer/publisher 10tons is at it again and has released yet another top down shooter. After reviewing their last outing, JYDGE, and even Neon Chrome, one might think enough is enough, … Continue reading Time Recoil Review – Take Your Time and… KILL!