Darkest Dungeon Review

An estate in ruins, eldritch horrors, and eagerly suicidal heroes. Darkest Dungeon know its audience, and they’re the best kind of masochists. “Ruin has come to our family.” With an opening like this, you just know you’re in for a good

Blood and Truth review

Lock, Stock, and One Broken Move Controller I’ve been told by a lot of people that London Heist was a highlight of the Winter 1998 Demo- I mean PlayStation VR Worlds. Now, I haven’t played that, and I have no intention of going back and

Oppo AX5s review

When the Oppo AX5s appeared on my desk, I was skeptical. I’m pretty sure there’s some kind of list somewhere showing me as the biggest fan of the AX5 that ever lived (because seriously that thing is S-tier), but I’m rarely as much of a fan

NostalgiaJam – Pokemon Blue

If there’s ever been a game that pretty much everyone has played, it’s either going to be Tetris, Minesweeper or Pokemon. Since those who care about Minesweeper are more or less non-existent, and by now Tetris has had more clones than Boba

OPPO AX7 Review

Oppo AX7 An AXcellent device, but almost AXactly the same Look, there are only so many puns I can make with this name, and I’m sticking to it. The Oppo AX5 that I reviewed last year was a truly remarkable device, costing a mere $400 and

Spyro Reignited Trilogy Review

Spyro the Dragon was the first game I played on my own PlayStation in December of 1998, and cemented in me a deep and abiding love for Sony. I'm a fanboy; sue me. When the Crash Bandicoot NSane Trilogy dropped last year, we all knew a