One Up Arcade Bar: A Revival of my Childhood

  Arcades have been something I used to enjoy when I was a kid. The sounds of those machine in a dark lit room while seeking out new opponents and facing new challenges such as trying to see just how high my name can get while trying to beat whoever “TJD” was something I looked forward to every weekend. However, in the early 2000s, arcades started to die out as online play with home video game … Read more

Pro’s & Con’s: Indiana Comic Con 2018 Review

  Well, it’s another year once again and convention season is in full swing in Indiana starting off 2018 with another Indiana Comic Con and looking back at my last review I would have to say that I have a lot of things that I was not too happy with this time around and some things that didn’t change and some things that did and not for the better. This is the 4th year of … Read more

Hybrid Game Review: a New Third-person Shooter Experience Awaits

Aliens and humans gunning each other down is a concept that third-person fans are familiar with, but 5th Cell’s take is truly innovative in Hybrid. The company famous for the Scribblenauts doesn’t reinvent the wheel in their latest release but has it spin in a way that will charm and puzzle many newcomers. In the absence of a single player campaign and with graphics that are decent without impressing, Hybrid had to extract the most … Read more

Rediscover the Delight of Exploration with Dust: An Elysian Tail

Platformers are a dying breed and except for a couple of hardcore fans who anxiously wait for the few releases of this genre, most players regard them as a summer distraction. What Dean Dodrill achieved with Dust: An Elysian Tail is to reignite the faith in the hearts of those who think that 2D games still have a future. Unlike most of its counterparts, Humble Hearts’ title combines the traditional elements of the genre with … Read more

Unveil the Brilliant Storytelling and Intense Action in Persona 4 Arena

Even if we were to describe Persona 4 Arena as an amazing fighting game, we would do it a grave and gratuitous injustice, because this title is much more than that. While being an honored member of the aforementioned genre, it includes enough RPG elements and a cohesive story that makes it transcend the barriers. Simply put, this is a proud successor of Persona 4 with a spectacular twist that those who love fighting games … Read more

Rediscover the Thrills of Combat in Virtua Fighter 5: Final Showdown

It’s been awhile since we let ourselves go and went fist to fist against our friends and strangers alike in Virtua Fighter 5. 2006 was a great year for arcade enthusiasts and this fighting game was definitely the most cherished one released by SEGA. What we are presented with now is not a new installment, but rather a revamped version of the game we used to love. It features better graphics, a greatly improved combat … Read more