Trials Fusion - Xbox One Review

The game states: Welcome to the Future. Question is, have we arrived with Trials Fusion?

Ethan: Meteor Hunter - Vita Review

Ethan finally brings his brand of puzzle solving and platforming to the handheld format. Does it pay off?

Lunar: Silver Star Harmony - PSP Review

This classic JRPG got an update for PSP several years ago. We played it - will you want to?

Warlock 2: The Exiled - PC Review

It is not a radically different game than the first Warlock, but the improvements are worth it

Trials Fusion - Xbox 360 Rreview

Does this breakneck stunt game bring the fun? You bet it does

Friday, April 18, 2014

Ethan: Meteor Hunter - PS Vita

Ethan: Meteor Hunter does a good job of dressing up an often very difficult fifty levels of puzzle and platforming gaming with an amusing mascot who stumbled onto some very unlikely powers. Ethan has gained the power of telekinesis through contact with a fallen meteor. The story does not do much more than set this up while stating that Ethan sometimes has some issues with his neighboring mouse. No, the focus of this game is on the puzzle-solving itself.

Thursday, April 17, 2014

Trials Fusion - Xbox One Review

The announcer in Trials Fusion likes to say: Welcome to the Future. Now that this series is finally on the latest hardware, does it get us there or not?

Trials does so many things well, it is easy to overlook the handful of smaller issues that the game has. It is immediately accessible, but once you have invested some time into it, incredibly challenging as well. It packs excellent visuals with pounding music and clever track design. While not a perfect game, it is still one of the best available for the Xbox One so far.

Trials Fusion - Xbox 360 Review

Racing games have historically been a series of fairly deep simulators that provide numerous facets of maintaining a vehicle on a believable track through sweeping vistas and stormy streets; Trials Fusion bundles up any sense of sincerity and tosses it into the nearest trash receptacle. Speed, insane tricks, and pure hilarity are the primary focus of Trials Fusion.

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Child of Light continues to look and sound beautiful

Everything about Child of Light so far has appealed to us. The visual style is certainly distinctive, as we were able to see in screenshots found in this post. This retelling of classic fairy tales seems as though it is absolutely bursting at the seams with potential. Now we get a look at a fully motion trailer and honestly - it is hard not to come away even more impressed.

Warlock 2: The Exiled - PC Review

This turn-based game is an interesting strategy title set in a fantastic world where magic and cunning lend a Civilization-like flair to the proceedings. While not a perfect game, the blend of strategy and options create an interesting final result that is well worth playing if you are a fan of city management and military strategy.