It should have been left asleep.
Caspius reviews Final Fantasy VII Remake, Square Enix’s long-anticipated reenvisioning of their landmark 1997 title, in an evaluation meant to address the new game both as a stand-alone work and as a remake of one of the beloved legends of gaming history.
The Division launched in 2016, not with a fanfare and fireworks, but with a more muted reception. Has the Division 2 hit the ground running, or will it take time to find its place like its predecessor? Read on to find out!
The Etrian series of first-person dungeon crawlers have been a staple of Nintendo handheld devices since the DS. As the last in the series to appear on the 3DS, does Etrian Odyssey Nexus go out with a bang or a whimper? Read on to find out!
Imitanis attempts to find a cohesive narrative in a series that has become bogged down in its own lore. Can Kingdom Hearts III tie up the series neatly, or should it be consigned to the realm of darkness? Read on to find out!
Imitanis played Kingdom of Loathing in his twenties, this led him to play West of Loathing in his thirties. Has sixteen years been long enough to perfect a black-and-white stick figure world? Read on to find out!
In fulfilment of the 2018 Summer Donation Drive, Caspius reviews Undertale!
Imitanis has played a second game on his Switch this year. It probably wasn’t worth buying him buying a Switch for two games, but was it worth buying Super Smash Bros. Ultimate? Read on to find out!
Were an alchemist to miix Disgaea mechanics with a dungeon crawler, he would find himself staring at Labyrinth of Refrain. Imitanis dared to enter the labyrinth, but did he come back with a decent experience? Read on to find out!
Imitanis has played every Fallout game released so far, which puts him in a excellent position to give his opinion on the latest game. Is this worth exploring, or should it be locked up in a vault? Read on to find out!
Dragon Quest is a series that has spanned more than thirty years, and this is the first to be released on a home console in the West in over twelve. Has Square Enix modernised the series, or is it the same game as thirty years ago? Read on to find out!
Graveyard Keeper is a management simulator developed for PC and Xbox One that borrows systems from Punch Club and Stardew Valley to create something that is not too dissimilar from either title. Read on for more about this inaccurate medieval game.