Katamari Damacy Reroll [Switch] Review: The King is Back

Real Talk By: Zombie Zac

The original Katamari Damacy was a bizarre, challenging, hilariously original PS2 game that defied conventions and was a critical and commercial success. While Namco released a few sequels, the once vibrant series faded from public view and hasn’t seen a proper entry since the previous generation of consoles. Continue reading “Katamari Damacy Reroll [Switch] Review: The King is Back”

Capcom Beat ‘Em Up Bundle Review

Real Talk By: KJ

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Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Review: Into the Black

Real Talk By: Zombie Zac

In a tense moment, I found myself with no other option than to dive in the water and swim alongside the edge of the dam. I heard gunfire from somewhere in front of me, but the circle was closing in and I had to move. I found some stairs that led me up to a road along the top of the dam, and without hesitating I ran to the closet door. Inside there was a medical syringe, which I jammed into my arm, and a few bullets for guns I didn’t have. Continue reading “Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Review: Into the Black”

Okami HD [Switch] Review: A Celestial Touch

Real Talk By: Zombie Zac

It’s remarkable how well Clover Studio’s Okami still looks and feels for a game that came out originally on the PS2 way back in 2006. At the time, Capcom was publishing some industry defining games, coming off the heels of Resident Evil 4 on Gamecube. Clover Studio, the team that developed titles exclusively for Capcom (which has since sort of morphed into Platinum Games) was following up their incredible work on Viewtiful Joe 1 & 2. In a bit of an underdog story, many publications held Okami in even higher regard than that year’s hugely anticipated Zelda entry, Twilight Princess. Continue reading “Okami HD [Switch] Review: A Celestial Touch”

Octopath Traveler Review: Full Party

Real Talk By: Brian DK

Octopath Traveler is a delightful game that brings together classic JRPG gameplay with stunning storybook visuals. Unfortunately, Octopath falls into the many pitfalls that plague the JRPG genre, but still manages to tell eight stories in a beautiful world. Continue reading “Octopath Traveler Review: Full Party”