Author: Jason C

Old and New: My Adventures in Sniper Elite V2

*Note: code was provided by Evolve PR* I was woefully unprepared for the slower-paced nature of Sniper Elite V2 — originally from the last-gen of consoles and now on practically everything (I played on my Switch). There’s no running and gunning, but there are certainly cool set pieces. Escaping a compound as buildings around me […]

Indie Spotlight: Super Deluxe – vol. 1

(All codes provided by Evolve PR) Welcome to this week’s Indie Spotlight! Your regular teller of tales, Josh, was unavailable, so I graciously took over volunteered to fill in and deliver to you a jam-packed Spotlight. Long live my reign…*ahem* This week we’ll be doing things a bit differently and showcasing a handful of smaller […]

Nintendo Indie Highlights Recap (23/01/2019)

Yesterday Nintendo UK released their Indie Highlights video detailing the upcoming (or available) indie games making their way to the Nintendo Switch in 2019. Let’s take a look at what they’re offering. Wargroove Do you, like me, miss Advance Wars dearly? Well, you’re in luck as Chucklefish LTD has heard our wishes and delivered. Coming […]

Mortal Kombat 11 Reveal Recap

The fabulous fatalities are back! Yesterday Netherrealm Studios held a Community Reveal Event livestream for Mortal Kombat 11, detailing not just the first actual footage of gameplay, but also the premise of the story, a montage of fatalities, customization and some new characters. Gameplay If last you played Mortal Kombat X then you’ll see plenty […]

No PlayStation Presence at E3 2019

In a surprise move that certainly rocked the gaming industry, Sony has announced that they’ll be skipping E3 2019. And there won’t be a separate thing as with Microsoft did this year or as with EA Play. No, they’re skipping E3 altogether. Wow. Variety Gaming’s Bryan Crecente has the story with a statement from Sony, including […]

Call of Cthulhu Review

(Review code provided by Evolve PR) There I was: out of breath and down to my last bullet. The mindless drones will attack me if I so much as sneeze in their direction. The group of religious zealots standing behind them isn’t filling me with confidence either. It’s now or never, Edward. If you can […]

Tetris Effect Soundtrack is a ways off

If you’re anything like me, you probably played through the Tetris Effect weekend trial demo. And, like me, you’re likely unable to get the ridiculously groovy tunes out of your head. So I did what any trance-induced Tetris junkie could do: I tried everything to get my grubby mitts on the soundtrack. To no avail. […]

The Smash Direct Just Smashed All Expectations

Boy. That was a lot of game. Nintendo revealed on Thursday how we’ll all lose our time and money because they did it. They cracked the code. They figured out how to give you the most bang for your buck PLUS a way to monetize and support the game for at least a year after […]

Jump Force – Closed Beta Impressions

To celebrate its 50th anniversary, Shonen Jump will be bringing out a brawler that unites most of their various titles. Featuring primarily battle manga heroes and villains, the game plays similarly to J-Stars Vs+ (ironically by the same developer) and the Naruto Ultimate Ninja series. For the beta, we start by choosing from 6 pre-made […]

Final Fantasy: A Homecoming

What started with pretty surprising and welcome news of Final Fantasy XII – The Zodiac Age getting a Switch port, quickly turned into me staring at the screen slack-jawed and teary-eyed. Final Fantasy VII (FFVII) is coming to the Nintendo Switch You might be thinking “come now, Jason. FFVII has now appeared on many platforms. […]
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