Review Archive

Nintendo Switch Review: Success where everything else has failed

The nonstop war for your attention is no longer contained to the living room. We live in a world full of constant entertainment, thanks in no small part to our phones and tablets. Every movie we could possibly want, every news source on the planet, and more books and magazines than any one person could
Category: Recommended

Slayaway Camp Review: A morbid, funny, and entertaining puzzle game with killer flair — literally!

Laugh your way through the weirdest nostalgia-driven killing spree; Slayaway Camp is a dangerous place! Even though I’m a millennial and was born at the very beginning of the 90s, the 80s is my favorite decade. I may not have experienced it first hand, but the hair, the fashion, the music, and the movies have
Category: Recommended

Hidden Folks Review: A cute and whimsical Where's Waldo for the digital age

Move over Waldo, there’s a new bunch of findable characters in town! Growing up I had a plethora of books and games dedicated to finding things. Where’s Waldo, I Spy (shoutout to my fellow Canucks), and Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego were just a few of the titles that would occupy my time
Category: Recommended

RPS Saga Review: Rock, Paper, Scissors gets a makeover, but ultimately it's what's underneath that matters

RPS Saga aims to redefine what it means to play Rock, Paper, Scissors; it was a nice attempt. Update: I have been informed that the text at the beginning of the game is Korean not Japanese as I had guessed. Rock, Paper, Scissors is probably one of the first games I ever played as a
Category: Recommended