Game Curious Titan Souls – Trial by Titans

The feeling of defeating a monolithic adversary is exhilarating. Shadow of the Colossus totally ran with this concept back in 2005 and the more recent Souls games by From Software have given unique worlds overflowing with trials and tribulations a strong resurgence. Ever the glutton for a challenge, I jumped into this month’s release of Titan Souls for… Continue reading

Strife: Veteran Edition Review: Creating Some Nostalgia

Unfortunately for those buying games this year on release day, or even release quarter, they are being rewarded with strange character glitches, impossible to finish side-quests and various other bugs. There is a better way friends and I’m here to help! For the best and most reliable gaming experience, take a play from my book… Continue reading

Tales from the Borderlands Episode 1 Gamethrough Review – Con Me In

I’m not going to pretend that you can judge an episodic game by its first episode, but Tales from the Borderlands: Zer0 Sum is the most fun I’ve had with the first episode of a Telltale game. I’m not sure of how you can really judge a first episode, but my mind is racing nonetheless. I’ve… Continue reading

Nimble Quest Review: Get in Line, Hero

Nimble Quest has been my goto few-minutes-to-kill mobile game for over a year now. A game developed by NimbleBit, creators of Tiny Towers and the short lived Star Wars: Tiny Death Star. It’s a snake type game where you move an ever growing train of heroes with the flick of a finger. You can move… Continue reading

The Evil Within Reflex Review – Trying New Things. Like Being Slaughtered

Let it never be said that I refuse to come out of my comfort zone and try new things. I was sitting in front of my Xbox One last night, about to use it for the first time in three weeks and realized I really didn’t feel like playing Destiny because it just hasn’t done it for… Continue reading

You Have to Win the Game Reflex Review – Do I Have a Choice?

I discovered this game when Steam recently suggested the sequel Super Win the Game. Pulling on my nostalgia and pixel art heartstrings, I clicked on the profile page to buy the game. The page suggested a free game of the same style title You Have to Win the Game. Not a free-to-play game mind you…… Continue reading

Styx: Master of Shadows Reflex Review: Up In Your Crannies

Styx: Master of Shadows is a character action, third-person, stealth RPG game set in a wonderfully confusing maze of a (possibly floating) castle-tower thing. You play as a handsome and well-mannered little goblin named Styx. You’re apparently after the heart of something called the World-Tree which lies at the center of the tower. You are hearing… Continue reading