Knack 2 – Review

I didn’t know if I was ever going to get to play Knack 2. The original was a launch title for the PlayStation 4 and while it was a good game, it met with a somewhat mixed reception. While I personally enjoyed the original Knack I feel like Knack 2 improves upon it in pretty…

Agents of Mayhem – Review

Agents of Mayhem is the next game from the studio who brought you the Saints Row franchise. In fact, Agents of Mayhem is set in the Saints Row universe. While not a Saints Row game per se, it holds a lot of similarities to the franchise, especially Saints Row 4. The basic premise of Agents…

Death Squared – Review

One of the main selling points of the Nintendo Switch is its portability. You can have it docked at home and play games on that beautiful screen of yours or take it on the go. The release of Death Squared on the console perfectly nails both of these options. You can sit at home and…

Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy – Review

Crash Bandicoot is back and looking better than ever in the Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy that is now available on the PlayStation 4. This remastered collection features the first three adventures that our bandicoot friend embarked on back on the original PlayStation. The team over at Vicarious Visions has brought Crash into 2017 though…

Micro Machines World Series – Review

Micro Machines World Series is a nostalgia filled racer that fans should enjoy, at least for a little while. One of the big complaints that I have with Micro Machines World Series is the lack of content in this game. There are four modes available in the game with only two of them generally being…