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…

ARMS – Review

ARMS is the next game coming to the Nintendo Switch from Nintendo and it is a fun fighting game for all ages. The basic concept of the game is that it is you against an opponent and you are fighting until one of you is knocked out but the spin on it is the arms…

Rime – Review

Rime is a game that I have been waiting years to play. It was originally revealed as a PS4 exclusive at the PS4 reveal event in February 2013 and there have been times since then when people thought it might have turned into vaporware. Sony would eventually drop the title for an unknown reason which…

Injustice 2 – Review

In Injustice 2 you are fighting to save Earth from a villain that enjoys going around and destroying worlds in addition to fighting some people who used to be your friend but have since gone rogue. If you are a big comic book fan then you know who and what I am talking about and…

NBA Playgrounds – Review

NBA Playgrounds is a 2-on-2 basketball game that takes some inspiration from perennial favorite NBA Jam. Unfortunately it doesn’t quite hit the heights that NBA Jam does but NBA Playgrounds is a decent game in its own right. In it you have exhibition games, tournaments, online competition and more. It should be noted however that…