Daily Archives: 02/19/2018

Mario Encyclopedia Explores The Series

Hot off the heels of the successful Legend of Zelda Encyclopedia, Dark Horse publishing is bringing Mario fans an encyclopedia of their own. The Super Mario Encyclopedia chronicles the plumber’s journey through all the mainline games from 1985’s Super Mario

Secret Of Mana Remake Review – A Fall From Grace

As an early action/RPG, Secret of Mana helped popularize the genre with its cooperative elements and impressive creativity. It kickstarted the Mana franchise and set a high bar that the series has yet to hit again. A remake seemed like

Finding Relief In Overwatch – Chronic Pain And Gaming

You can never anticipate every curveball life throws at you, and sometimes the perfect video games just appear during your time of need. That’s how it was for me and Overwatch. Blizzard’s first-person shooter became a positive force amid my

The Sports Desk – Another Lean Year For Sports Games On Switch?

Things are going great for Nintendo and the Switch system. It seems like every day during the recent holiday season, the system was breaking a record and getting good news. That’s wonderful for the platform, but I think sports software

10 Mega Man Games Coming To Switch In Single Package

Capcom is bringing the first and second Mega Man Legacy Collections to the Switch in a retail bundle. The collections on Switch, which contain Mega Man titles one through 10, have exclusive features to the platform, including a rewind feature

Kingdom Come: Deliverance Developer Compromising On Controversial Save System

Kingdom Come: Deliverance has been fairly successful, but definitely has a controversial save system that the developers are changing, but just a little bit. In our guide to surviving Kingdom Come: Deliverance, we go over the way the save system

Fe Review – Prickly Platforming

With its distinct art style, melancholy tone, and ambiguous story, Fe tries its best to run with the artistic indie video game crowd. While its heart is in the right place, Fe comes up short in nearly every way, delivering

A Guide To Surviving Kingdom Come: Deliverance

Kingdom Come: Deliverance is an absolutely massive and complicated RPG that aims for historical accuracy. The game’s opening hours are also absolutely brutal in how weak your protagonist, a blacksmith’s son named Henry, is and how complicated some of the

Take A Closer Look At Metro Exodus With This Exclusive Concept Art

The Metro series has rightfully earned praise over the years for its eye-popping visuals. However, most of the environments have often taken placed in cramped, dark spaces. With Metro going much bigger with open-world, the spaces the player inhabit are

Civilization VI: Rise And Fall Review – Shining A Polished Gem

Loyalty isn’t easy to come by. The kind of devotion that inspires poets is only built over time. Civilization VI’s new Rise and Fall expansion takes this concept of loyalty and bakes it into Firaxis’ incredibly robust sim. Lead your