Black Future ’88 (Steam) Review

Black Future ’88 (Steam) Review

Side scrollers have been considered one of the lamentable carry-overs from the early days of gaming. Not only have we’ve seen this style of gameplay during the 8-bit days, but we continue to see them with mediocre regularity. The reason? By and large, it’s...
The Takeover (Steam) Review

The Takeover (Steam) Review

When will these street thugs ever learn? They’re always trying to take over not just the neighborhood, but the whole damn city too! But that’s okay because we got a core of hot-tempered vigilante badasses ready, willing, and capable of taking them down....
Postal 4: No Regerts Early Impressions

Postal 4: No Regerts Early Impressions

When hoodlums make off with Postal Dude’s car, trailer home, and some of his other prized possessions, you would normally chalk this as another setback for the psychopathic stranger. But when his beloved pair of nipples rings, trench coat, and his favorite...
The Fisherman: Fishing Planet (Steam) Review

The Fisherman: Fishing Planet (Steam) Review

Fishing games are a niche genre if there ever was one. My first real encounter with a fishing game started when I first laid my grubby little hands on Super Black Bass for the SNES. After that, I was literally hooked. But over the years, there have been a handful of...
NBA 2K20 (Steam) Review

NBA 2K20 (Steam) Review

Even 2K admits that as far as technically innovative basketball games go, it’s way behind what sports gamers have been clamoring for. But when it comes to gameplay, NBA 2K20 is the most consuming basketball game on the market. The vast array of options and...