Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn Review: Relic Brawl

Real Talk By: KJ

The Shaquille O’Neal Lead series takes a big turn in direction.  Can the genre transition from 1 on 1 fighter to side-scrolling beat-em-up succeed? There’s no hiding the fact Shaq Fu (SNES/Genesis) is one of the worst games in existence.  Enter: A Legend Reborn.  What was once an Indiegogo campaign, is now a reality on PS4, XO, PC, and Nintendo Switch.  Will this crowd-funded revival “Settle The Score of 94”? Continue reading “Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn Review: Relic Brawl”

Tipsy Raccoons Is Out Now

Glichbit’s Tipsy Raccoons hits the Arcade scene.  This is a A Four-Player Experience where friends must quickly beat several mini games to win.  As you can see from the trailer, this is one you’ll definitely enjoy with a drink.  We played the first build back at GDEX 2016, and it was a major highlight of the show.  Check it out! for ordering info.

Radical Heights Reveal Trailer

Boss Key Productions announces an 80’s inspired free to play Battle Royal game, Radical Heights.

Partake in high-stakes battle royale gunplay in a sunny SoCal dome as contestants drive-by on BMX bikes or stalk other contestants from the shadows in search for weapons and prizes…but also CASH that you can bank – win or lose! Whether you spend that cash on righteous customization in your personal prize room or pull it from an ATM to purchase weapons early in the next game — building a wealth of cash is as important as taking down the competition in this irreverent 80s-themed action game show where everyone wants to be rich and famous!

The Best in Gaming 2017

2017 gave us an amazing year in gaming. From stunning graphics to groundbreaking voiceover performances, 2k17 was full of surprises. Some games went above and beyond while others kept the gaming community enraged or at the least, utterly disappointed. Below are the winners of Play Legit’s annual best of gaming series. Continue reading “The Best in Gaming 2017”

Cuphead The Review: Unlike Anything You’ve Ever Experienced

When the announcement for Cuphead first came to fruition I can’t say I wasn’t excited.  People in my age category, we’ll just call us millennials even though we’ve gotten a bad wrap, met the tail end of a certain cartoon era that we will most likely never see again.  This era hit on hard issues and it didn’t have a filter.  No one blamed them though, it was an era of pure truth, of how the world was and best of all, it was all hand drawn.  I didn’t have this type of appreciation for it at the time.  I just wanted to watch Looney Tunes, and looking back some of it was obviously oblivious to the cultural issues that we see today.  Regardless of that though, the animation stands as some of the most unique and beautiful we will ever see, and we didn’t even realize it then.  Many of my memories of these cartoons are were old even in the 90’s because they were reruns from animation that stems back to the 30’s.  Chad Moldenhauer, the director, and artist for this title captures this long forgotten art perfectly and it is a true masterpiece to behold.  Watercolor backgrounds and hand-drawn animated foregrounds are appealing in a way no other game can even come close to.  Enter Cuphead:


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Skipper The Review: A Challenging Pick Up and Play

It’s always pleasant when you come across a nice, carefree, and easy to pick up game.  Especially in today’s gaming landscape, where everything has a story, and most stories have more than one meaning.  With Skipper you can sit back and relax with something that simply tests your mind without trying to force too many heavy elements on you.  Games like Bejeweled and Mini Metro have always been my go-to, but I may have found a new one in the form of 2xMilk’s Skipper.


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