Knight Squad review (Xbox One)

Knight Squad comes to Xbox One and is meant to be played as a multiplayer game. Sure, there are a few single player options in there as well, but the real fun is in the multiplayer modes. If you have the option, go for local multiplayer as well – even though online plays smoothly as well. Continue reading “Knight Squad review (Xbox One)”

Code: Realize – Guardians of Rebirth review (Vita)

When we reviewed Steins;Gate earlier this year, it was our maiden voyage through a visual novel. Code: Realize – Guardians of Rebirth doesn’t just continue the trend of creative use of interpunction, it also shows that Steins;Gate isn’t the only quality title in the genre to grace the Vita this year. Continue reading “Code: Realize – Guardians of Rebirth review (Vita)”

The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing – Final Cut review (PC)

The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing trilogy has just been re-packaged and released as the Final Cut edition of the game, making this the definitive version of the game. We checked out Van Helsing’s lengthy campaign on PC, not having played the previous releases. Continue reading “The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing – Final Cut review (PC)”

Bombing Busters review (Vita)

Bombing Busters was released for PS4 a while ago, and now comes to Vita owners. Nevertheless – if you never played the PS4 version then the game will still be a very familiar sight to old school gamers. Remember Bomberman (or Dynablaster)? Bombing Busters is exactly that type of game, though with a few twists and changes here and there. Continue reading “Bombing Busters review (Vita)”