Reviews

Order Up!: Table Manners (Review)

Rae takes a look at Table Manners – a comedy physics dating sim with somewhat frustrating gameplay and extra-needy dates.

LUNA The Shadow Dust (Review)

Rae adventures into the magical world of LUNA The Shadow Dust – a stunningly beautiful adventure full of wonderful details and a soundtrack to die for.

The Coma 2: Vicious Sisters (Review)

Rae checks out The Coma 2: Vicious Sisters – a spooky new horror game featuring gorgeous artwork and sound design that will haunt your every move.

My Hero Academia – Volume 22 (Review)

Things between Class A and Class B are really heating up in My Hero Academia Volume 22! Check out EyeSpyeAlex’s review to see which class comes out on top!

Kaguya-sama: Love is War – Volume 10 (Review)

Kagua-sama Love is War Volume 10 is out now! Check out EyeSpyeAlex’s review to find out if this volume is totally hot or totally not!

My Hero Academia – Volume 21 (Review)

It’s Endeavor versus Nomu in My Hero Academia Volume 21! Who will emerge victorious? Check out EyeSpyeAlex’s review to find out!

Order Up!: Get your adventuring on with Sparklite

Looking for a nostalgic new adventure? Rae takes a look at Sparklite – a visually lovely top-down adventure game with a big focus on grinding.

My Hero Academia: Volume 20 (Review)

My Hero Academia volume 20 has it all folks! Action, adventure, a catchy musical number…and romance? Check out our review to find out!

Fit for a King (Review)

Rae tries out Kitfox’s new release, Fit for a King – rule your people, reform the church, and write your legacy in this retro royalty sandbox game!

PAX West Spotlight: Immortal Realms- Vampire Wars

Scarlette indulges her goth/emo side by controlling vampires in the medieval RTS title – Immortal Realms!

My Hero Academia – Volume 19 (Review)

It’s school festival time at U.A. in My Hero Academia Volume 19! Will Midoriya’s class routine draw in the crowds? And who is this mysterious new villain?

Kaguya-sama: Love is War – Volume 9 (Review)

Kaguya-sam: Love is War Volume 9 is out, now with added sports festival! Check out EyeSpyeAlex’s review to see which class comes out on top!

We. The Revolution (Review)

Rae plays We. The Revolution – a political strategy game that leaves the player presiding over a Revolutionary Tribunal during the French Revolution.

The World Next Door (Review)

Rae reviews Rose City Games’ debut title. Welcome to The World Next Door, an aesthetically stunning adventure with much more room for story to be told.

Shadowbringers (A spoiler-free review)

Interested in Final Fantasy XIV?

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