Features

Transformers Devastation: Bringing Back Saturday Morning Cartoons

In late 2015, Activision released Transformers Devastation, a brand new Transformers video game. Developed by Platinum Games (Bayonetta, Vanquish), Transformers Devastation did something bold. No, not just creating a decent Transformers game (it is in fact fantastic), but it wasn’t based on any Michael Bay rubbish; instead they went back to the beginning of the… Continue reading Transformers Devastation: Bringing Back Saturday Morning Cartoons

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Features · Retro

My 52 Game Challenge of 2014

2014 was a great year for gaming. Particularly for me, as I decided to undertake the ultimate lonely gamer task: complete 52 games in a calendar year. That works out at just shy of 4.5 games a month. Ouch. Now I’m typically a gamer who starts many games, but takes forever to finish them. Save points… Continue reading My 52 Game Challenge of 2014

Reviews

Review – JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: All Star Battle (PS3)

Japanese manga’s Western exposure is as prominent as it’s ever been, and not just in written media. Dragonball Z continues to enjoy success across the US and Europe with reprints of its already-concluded series, a live-action movie, and of course several video game releases. JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure however has not shared the same success. It’s… Continue reading Review – JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: All Star Battle (PS3)

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Review – Ratchet & Clank: Nexus (PS3)

Sony’s favorite partnership property is back. No more spin offs or side games either this time in Insomniac Games’ latest offering; this time they mean business, with Ratchet & Clank: Nexus. With this, the 12th game overall of the series, and the final Ratchet & Clank of this console generation, is Nexus the sign-off the fans… Continue reading Review – Ratchet & Clank: Nexus (PS3)