As a music loving, old school gaming lover of Japanese RPGs, it’s difficult to find something quite as unique and satisfying as The World is Square. Their folksy takes on this collection of JRPG tunes are at once relaxing and immensely nostalgic, lending themselves to plenty of gaming memories from my youth. On that point [...]
The core mechanic of (painfully) producing and tossing eggs is as fun as ever, and I found myself having a great time carefully aiming my throws for maximum coin grabbing carnage. It’s as simple as finding an enemy, swallowing the poor fool whole, and pushing the egg out of poor Yoshi’s seemingly elastic butt.
I liken Into the Nexus to comfort food. We all anticipate and strive for those special 5 course meals, but there is something so satisfying about sitting down with an old favorite for a quick, guilty chow down
Few franchises have had the staying power of Konami’s brilliant Castlevania, some 3D atrocities be damned. In fact, it was not until 2010′s apparent series reboot Lords of Shadow that a Castlevania game felt like it belonged outside of 2D gameplay at all. Of course, it had a host of its own issues as well, [...]
Part of a noble effort to celebrate the anniversary of Mario’s oft forgotten green sibling, Nintendo launched a few games under the Year of Luigi banner and promoted several other existing titles that happened to feature the charming coward. Basically a DLC expansion pack for New Super Mario Bros. U, New Super Luigi U re-purposed [...]