Masquerada (Review – PS4)

Mithrandiel reviews the tactical RPG, Masquerada, just now making its way to consoles!

Fallen Legion (Review)

Mithrandiel rouses his troops and goes on a thrilling campaign across the kingdom of Fenumia in YummyYummyTummy’s new title: Fallen Legion!

Valkyria Revolution (Review)

Mithrandiel shares his experience with Valkyria Revolution…and longingly awaits his turn at the guillotine.

Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition Review

Bulletstorm Full Clip Edition is a remake of a six year old game. This review determines if it stands the test of time and is worthy of a purchase.

Mass Effect: Andromeda (Review)

Mithrandiel ventures into deep space as he reviews Mass Effect: Andromeda!

Uncanny Valley – PS4 (Review)

A creepy, choose your own adventure style game, Uncanny Valley’s striking retro graphics and awesome music is overshadowed by its disjointed story.

Berserk and the Band of the Hawk (Review)

New contributor EyeSpyeAlex shares her thoughts on Koei Tecmo’s Dynasty-Warrior style rendition of Berserk and the Band of the Hawk.

Ghost Recon Wildlands Closed Beta Impressions

Here are my thoughts about the Ghost Recon Wildlands closed beta as well as what to expect from the open beta and info on the brower mini-game.

Ys: Origin (Review)

Ys Origin is making its way to PS4 over a decade after its original release – and Mithrandiel is hyped! Check out his thoughts on the prequel!

Playstation Meeting 2016 – Live Updates!

Mithrandiel covers the Playstation Meeting 2016 – what does Sony have up their sleeve this year?

Hyper Light Drifter (Review)

Mithrandiel reviews Hyper Light Drifter – a hauntingly beautiful pixelated adventure that incorporates elements of sci-fi, anime, cyberpunk and so much more.

Hue (Review)

Ever a sucker for puzzle games, Mithrandiel reviews Hue – a carnival of color that requires a fair amount of brain power.

Attack on Titan (Review)

Alan reviews the latest Attack on Titan game on PS4

No Man’s Sky (Review)

No Man’s Sky, the open-universe game that Mithrandiel has been anxiously waiting on for nearly 3 years, is finally here. How does it stack up to the hype?

I Am Setsuna (Review)

I Am Setsuna sets out to revive the JRPG of old – how does it fare? Mithrandiel takes a look at the throwback title from Tokyo RPG Factory.

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