A Matter of Trust

Real Talk By: Haggy

There has been issues with trusting Game Developers and Publishers ever since gaming became bigger.  Earlier examples of this could be Atari having little care to the quality control of their early titles.  A more recent example being Ubisoft consistently rushing their products to the market. Continue reading “A Matter of Trust”

Star Fox Zero Review: Adapt

Real Talk By: KJ

Team Star Fox is back with a familar adventure.  Zero borrows the plot piece-by-piece from 64.  The team must take out the evil Andross and cleanse the galaxy.  Good thing this story reload is coming from a classic source.  Naturally this Fox Zero brings back fond memories.  Reworked quotes, and locations galore.  Some of the more famous sayings remain in-tact.  The mission start “Good Luck” audio bite, and what would this series be without peppy telling you to “Do a Barrel Roll!” Continue reading “Star Fox Zero Review: Adapt”

The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD Review

Real Talk By: Ms. Throwback

Nintendo is at it again with its Zelda franchise.  They have a habit of teasing us with updated versions of past titles, while working on the most current installment.  We expect perfection, and they generally come close.  While I’m sad that I’m not reviewing a completely new game, I was extremely happy to play Twilight Princess again.  As with other titles in the series, there are no shortages made to the in-depth characters, vast environments, and funky story line which has made Zelda one of the most well thought about series of all time. Continue reading “The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD Review”

Yoshi’s Woolly World Review: Laced Up

Real Talk By: Ms. Throwback

At this point in time, Yoshi has had several large-scale games of his own.  While our friend has traditionally been Mario’s right-hand-man, he over the years, has obtained a large fan base of his own.  Namely the Yoshi’s Island series has had large-scale success and Yoshi’s Woolly World (Wii U) aims to do the same.   Continue reading “Yoshi’s Woolly World Review: Laced Up”