Night of the Woods’ Anthropomorphic Cast Touches on Real-World Issues of Place & Mind: A PS4 Review

With the vast amount of titles that launch each year, its hard to find reasons to replay a game over moving onto the next in a very tall stack. That’s the first thing I can think to say about Night in the Woods (NITW), one of the first big Indie hits developed by newly created … More Night of the Woods’ Anthropomorphic Cast Touches on Real-World Issues of Place & Mind: A PS4 Review

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

Noctis in T7? A Trial Upon FFXV Invading The Tekken Franchise

Noctis, as a Tekken fighter. A Square character, I can see from the several that have their martial/street styles down, but a blade-wielding one? Huh? While this isn’t the first time that an outsider character has invaded the Te-… Wait, it is? Tekken 7 is the first game to insert other flagship names from other … More Noctis in T7? A Trial Upon FFXV Invading The Tekken Franchise