The EON Super 64 Gets Speedrunner Seal of Approval from IGN

IGN’s Mark Medina basked in finely-tuned nostalgia in his review of the Super 64, the first-of-its-kind, plug-and-play solution connecting the Nintendo 64 with modern televisions and monitors. In his 8/10 review, Mark praised how with input lag so low, speedrunning tricks are no sweat: Graphics are great, but there’s something I favor more than that. […]

Forbes Features Acquisitions Incorporated in 50-word Review

Forbes’ David Ewalt recently featured a 50-word review of Acquisitions Incorporated, the first-ever official third-party Dungeons & Dragons sourcebook from Penny Arcade and Wizards of the Coast. David gave the new D&D manual an 8 out of 10 and briefly touched on just what Acquisitions Incorporated is in his 50-word review.  Acquisitions Incorporated is available now online and in hobby shops for […]

GameSkinny Raves About VA-11 HALL-A Console Version, Now Out on Switch & PS4

GameSkinny’s Diego Arguello had an opportunity to try out the mixology infused adventure VA-11 HALL-A: Cyberpunk Bartender Action, a booze em’up about waifus, technology, and post-dystopia life from Ysbryd Games and Sukeban Games that has generated more than 300,000 sales on Steam and is now out for Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4. Calling it a “perfect match” to play […]

PlayStation LifeStyle Discovers the Delicious Taste of Super Cane Magic ZERO

PlayStation LifeStyle devoured Super Cane Magic ZERO, the co-op comedy action RPG from publisher Intragames and developer Studio Evil, and discovered it to be quite delicious in its review of the PlayStation 4 version. Author Paulmichael Contreras describes how everything in the world of WOTF is edible, and the interest effects that come from item consumption: Obviously, eating […]

TouchArcade Praises She Remembered Caterpillars for its Compelling Story

TouchArcade’s Shaun Musgrave recently reviewed She Remembered Caterpillars, the dreamlike, abstract puzzler with painstakingly hand-drawn art from Ysbryd Games and Jumpsuit Entertainment on Nintendo Switch, giving it a 4 out of 5. Praising the newly released Switch title for its “charming presentation and compelling story,” Musgrave recommended the game by calling it “a really lovely package all-around, and certainly […]

Kotaku Rejoices in its Review of ToeJam and Earl: Back in the Groove!

Kotaku rejoices that ToeJam & Earl: Back in the Groove!  “reconjures the magic” in its review of the latest entry in the beloved, funkadelic action roguelike series from HumaNature Studios. Author Ethan Gach found the re-imagining of the Sega Genesis classic to successfully live up to the original game’s legacy. …playing a new ToeJam & Earl has been surprisingly […]

Nintendo Life Finds Treasure in its Review of City of Brass for Nintendo Switch

Nintendo Life declares City of Brass, the Arabian Nights-inspired first-person rogue-lite adventure from the BioShock veterans at Uppercut Games, to be “one of the most entertaining roguelikes to swing onto Nintendo Switch.” In his 9/10 review, author Dom Reseigh-Lincoln heaped particular praise on the whip-centric combat: Your whip (which comes in multiple, collectable varieties) can set off traps from a distance […]

IGN Reviews the Brutal Soulslike Platformer Salt and Sanctuary for Switch

IGN reviewed the Nintendo Switch version of Salt and Sanctuary, the brutal “Soulslike” platformer by Ska Studios. Mitchell Saltzman of IGN says the game “makes the jump to Switch without any sacrifices” and it provides a “brutal, yet satisfying challenge.” Read the full review of Salt and Sanctuary on IGN. Ska Studios will show off the Switch version […]

The Escapist Reviews Screencheat on PS4

The Escapist’s Angelo M. D’argenio reviews Screencheat from developer Samurai Punk, describing it as an “undeniably fun, party/shooter hybrid which brings back fond memories of the good old days of split-screen.” Screencheat is a four-player first-person shooter where everyone is invisible, forcing players to look at the visual cues on their opponents’ screens to track […]

GameLoading: Rise of the Indies Receives High Marks from Heavy’s Elton Jones

GameLoading: Rise of the Indies is a documentary about the world of indie game development and its rapid expansion over recent years.  Elton Jones at Heavy reviewed the film and gave it a score of 4/5, saying that GameLoading is “a wonderful piece on a subset of gaming that’s constantly growing.” To read the full review, […]