Octopath Traveler is a retro-style role-playing game developed by Square Enix and published by Nintendo for the Switch. Octopath Traveler succeeds in being turn-based and graphically impressive, but is it any good? Read on to find out!
Horizon Zero Dawn is an open world action RPG developed by Guerrilla Games as an exclusive title for the PlayStation 4. Is it worth the investment of time, or should it be tossed over the horizon? Read on to find out!
In the past year the Yakuza series has enjoyed a resurgence on PlayStation 4. Last year saw Yakuza 0 and Yakuza Kiwami release on the system. How does the end of Kazuma Kiryu’s story compare to the beginning of it? Read on to find out!
Durga reviews the latest game in the Kirby franchise, Kirby Star Allies, to discover if it manages both to be fun and to bring a good challenge to fans of the series.
2013’s Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch was a collaboration between Studio Ghibli and Level-5. Can Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom and Level-5 attain success again without the aid of Studio Ghibli? Read on to find out!
Join Durga as he dives into a review for a game that has been out for five years, but that has managed to stay relevant in the next-gen market while also staying free!
The Yakuza series has a history that dates back to the PlayStation 2 generation. Although available for the PlayStation 3 in Japan, Yakuza 0 marks the series jump to the current generation of hardware as a PS4 exclusive in the West.
Durga returns to the tiny mountain town of South Park for their latest game, South Park: The Fractured but Whole. Will this game manage to be as good as the last? Read on to find out!
Tokyo Xanadu eX+ is an action RPG that has already seen a release on PlayStation Vita, but has now been enhanced for PlayStation 4 and PC. Was it worth the wait? Read on to find out!
From developer Freebird Games comes Finding Paradise, an indie game about being sad and mentally ill! WIll it live up to their previous game, or will it fall flat? Join Durga as he takes a look and answers the question: can a sequel equal the original?