Ni No Kuni II Review

*Impressions will be at the top. The review will be at the bottom* A Different Kingdom Ni No Kuni II couldn’t be more different than it’s predecessor. Gone is the Pok√©mon-esque combat system of the original in which you had various monsters that battled for you. In it’s place is a free-flowing combat system that…

Detroit Become Human – Review

What will you decide? Visually stunning and well-acted, Detroit: Become Human can be messy at times due to the melodramatic tone and tedious sections, but overall it’s a solid experience. There are some surprisingly powerful moments and it thoughtful approach to oppression and self-discovery deserves merit. The narrative exploration is impressive, featuring a sprawling script…

Moonlighter – Review

Dream Big Being a shopkeeper is honestly, really enjoyable. It’s the least stressful part of the game and you can really rip off your customers. 300 gold for a leaf?! It’s what they get for window shopping in my store. Players will acquire their goods to be sold by dungeon crawling, looting chests, and defeating…

Review – Yakuza 6

Hang in There Admittedly, I am a huge fan of the Yakuza series and Yakuza 6 is a really solid entry. For the unaware, Yakuza is an open-world crime drama set in Japan in the fictional city of Kamurocho, which is a fictional recreation of Tokyo’s Kabukicho. The entire series features over the top arcade-style…

Review – Batman Ninja (2018)

Beautifully Insane I’m glad I was wrong. At first glance, I assumed that Batman Ninja would be a dark, overly serious DC animated film set in Feudal Japan. When in reality, this is a fun, beautifully animated film that doesn’t take itself too seriously and just happens to feature Batman and his rogues gallery. The…

God of War (PS4) Review

The Ghost of Sparta No More One of the most complete games of this generation, God of War is easily the best game of the year thus far. It’s narrative, while simple in its premise, is nuanced and anchored by the father-son relationship of longtime series protagonist Kratos and his young son Atreus. No longer…