Persona 4 Arena Ultimax Review – More on TV

Persona 4 Arena Ultimax Review – More on TV

“Regardless, I definitely recommend Persona 4 Arena Ultimate to fans of either genre whose backlogs aren’t already inundated, and for what the game is worth you’re more likely than not to find yourself having a good time.”
FIFA 15 Review – Deja Vuvuzela

FIFA 15 Review – Deja Vuvuzela

“FIFA 15 is and was always going to be a no-brainer of a purchase for those who love the series, but this year is the first in which EA has noticeably rested upon its laurels.”
Forza Horizon 2 Review – Racing Paradise

Forza Horizon 2 Review – Racing Paradise

“Equipped with fun gameplay, an outstanding presentation, and over 100 hours of content and features, Forza Horizon 2 is the greatest open-world racing game the world has ever seen.”
Hyrule Warriors Review – Clash of Titans

Hyrule Warriors Review – Clash of Titans

“If you’ve ever found yourself wishing Nintendo would lighten up a bit and give fans something to play while waiting for the next Zelda game, your wish has been doubly and triply granted here.”
Murasaki Baby Review – Parenting 101

Murasaki Baby Review – Parenting 101

“Murasaki Baby isn’t flawless, but enjoying its unique brand of slightly-gothic playfulness is more of a conscious decision than something that’s forcibly imposed.”
Destiny Review – Star Bores

Destiny Review – Star Bores

“Ultimately, Destiny is a beautiful but unsatisfying game. It tries too hard to blur the boundaries between a story-driven shooter and MMOFPS, and ends up proficient at neither.”
Hohokum Review – A Not So Fun to Play Work of Art

Hohokum Review – A Not So Fun to Play Work of Art

“Although it falls well short of having any lasting impression, it’s breathtakingly beautiful, making it a good title for those who just want to kick back on the couch and enjoy a charming exhibition.”
Sniper Elite 3 Review – War is Tedious

Sniper Elite 3 Review – War is Tedious

“The kill-cam is the only thing that doesn’t grow redundant over time, and if it was removed from the package then there would be little left other than a sub-par stealth game.”
Shovel Knight Review – Steel Thy Shovel, Knave!

Shovel Knight Review – Steel Thy Shovel, Knave!

“Shovel Knight reminds us that 8-bit isn’t just a hardware limitation, but a style, and in the process of delivering a 10-hour cut of top-notch classic gaming, it may very well open up the NES floodgates for a whole new generation.”