Back in high school, my Saturday nights were set aside for the best show on television: Spike TV’s MXC: Most Extreme Elimination Challenge. A dubbed version of the iconic Japanese show Takeshi’s Castle, the series had people in zany costumes
When the first trailer for Devolver Digital and Phobia Game Studios’s Carrion dropped, I grinned with sinister glee. As a lover of hardcore violent anime, what was showcased was the chance to be the twisted creature that mows down the
Whatever you do, no matter how enticing it may seem, do not feed the monkeys.
This warning appears all throughout Fictiorama Studios’s coincidentally-titled Do No Feed The Monkeys. At times, the idea of feeding the monkeys teases you, giving you incentive
Two years ago, developers ARVORE concocted a virtual experience that brought players to the realm of 1989. Aptly titled Pixel Ripped 1989, the game was met with much critical acclaim, winning many awards all over the world. Seeing if lightning
First off, this isn't a review of The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel III, as I've already done that. My feelings about the game as a whole are much the same. Instead, I'll going to go over the strengths and weaknesses
I have fond memories of renting Spongebob Squarepants: Battle for Bikini Bottom from my local Blockbuster Video. Not only did it contain the comedy that has made the Nickelodeon series iconic, but it also showcased many strengths of a great
There are a lot of new shmups coming out of the woodwork even today, so it does become hard to set oneself apart from the rest of the chaff. This is where Sisters Royale: Five Sisters Under Fire is unique.
The Darius series has had quite a long history, and pretty much all of it's titles eventually made their way West in some form or another. But until now, no one's ever attempted to do a collection of arcade perfect
One thing I have to give credit to Invader Studios is its push to expand. Originally formed to develop a fan-based remake of Resident Evil 2, the Italy-based crew decided to nix the idea and make their own game. (A