Don’t Want To Sweat The Covid?: 2 Switch Titles That Keep Up The Burn

How are your Summer 2020 gains going? If they’re anything like ours, then it’s been a rough time being outside of the gym where we’re all trying to stay safe as well as keep the people around us from getting sick. With the closures happening (and holding) in most states for the moment, the limits … More Don’t Want To Sweat The Covid?: 2 Switch Titles That Keep Up The Burn

No Straight Roads Defines What It Means To Be Indie: Switch Review

I love a good music game. Having grown up on DDR and Pump It Up cabinets in the mystic age of the arcade, for many of us it’s a blessing to come upon a movie theater or a barcade that still houses a setup, and these days we live in the world where Japan’s arcade … More No Straight Roads Defines What It Means To Be Indie: Switch Review

LazerGrrl’s World of Zaps: Indie Spotlight

Quick question: What happens when you combine the blast-happy speed of Bomberman, add in building elements of an RTS, and throw in real-time action into the mix? Sandwich Generation has created a surprising answer to this, in the form of the neon-clad battlefield that is LazerGrrl, an up-&-coming indie title on its way out later … More LazerGrrl’s World of Zaps: Indie Spotlight

Sonic Forces Stays on Track & Moves Forward: PS4 Review

  Unpopular opinion, though the pages of reviews I’ve managed to navigate say otherwise; it wasn’t that bad of a game. Don’t get me wrong, I played it with the idea of both sides in mind, that it could be another step forward or a flaming dumpster that could send the Sonic Team back again. … More Sonic Forces Stays on Track & Moves Forward: PS4 Review