Sword and Fairy: Together Forever

I will not pretend I was excited for this game, and if you are curious why consider checking out my review for Sword and Fairy 6, the previous game in the franchise. Luckily, you don’t have to play that one as this series of games is more or less Chinese Final Fantasy, with titles being…

Salt and Sacrifice

Salt & Sacrifice by Ska Studios is the sequel to Salt & Sanctuary, a game that took Dark Souls gameplay and delivered a side-scrolling masterpiece. The second entry in the Salt franchise has made changes to the formula, some of which may have returning fans excited and others frustrated. Starting off with character creation, you…

Remote Life

As first person shooters continued their ascent to become the most dominate gaming genre in the industry, fans of the shoot em up style had to accept that their golden age was behind them. It’s been a very long time since gamers were provided a full priced AAA entry, instead being forced to rely on…

Horizon Forbidden West

Horizon Forbidden West is not a game that is attempting to reinvent the wheel, it is simply trying to shine it up and smooth it out for a more enjoyable overall experience. Where Aloy’s first adventure could have been considered one of discovery, in regards to both herself and the world around her, Forbidden West…

Elex 2

Back in 2017, I played the original Elex. Within the first couple of hours, I was exhausted at the learning curve and the difficult combat scenarios the game threw at me left me confused and aggravated. “Who is this game even for?” I would keep asking myself over and over until I just couldn’t handle…

The Medium

It is not difficult to see why the reaction from the audience towards The Medium is completely divided. On one hand it is an amazingly crafted narrative experience heightened by very strong presentation, on the other hand it fall so incredibly hard on its face in the ‘being an actual video game’ department. The story…