Game Review: Fernz Gate [KEMCO]

Fantasy Violence, Language In-Game Purchases Platform Nintendo Switch Release Date Aug 23, 2018 No. of Players 1 player Category Role-Playing, Adventure, Simulation, Strategy Publisher KEMCO Developer Exe Create Inc. How would one react if they were suddenly in a completely different world than the one they have known all their life? Would they start freaking out, or would they stay calm and…

Game Review: Yakuza Kiwami 2 [Sega; PlayStation 4]

  Blood Intense Violence Sexual Themes Strong Language Use of Alcohol Release Date: August 28th, 2018 Genre: Action / Role Playing Game (RPG) Publisher: SEGA Developer: SEGA The term “kiwami” is Japanese for “ultimate” and/or “extreme” and has been used twice now by Sega with their remakes of Yakuza and Yakuza 2 to bring gamers Yakuza Kiwami and Yakuza Kiwami 2. For those unfamiliar, the storytelling of the series…

Game Review: Graveyard Keeper [tinyBuild; PC]

Platform: Steam, Xbox One Release Date: Aug 15, 2018 No. of Players: No online multiplayer Category: Action Adventure, Open-World Publisher: tinyBuild Developer: Lazy Bear Games Have you ever wondered about the many possibilities that can happen in the afterlife? There are those who believe that there is a Heaven and/or Hell awaiting us after a “final judgement.” Alternatively, there is…

Game Review: Salt and Sanctuary [Ska Studios; Nintendo Switch]

Blood and Gore, Partial Nudity, Violence Platform: Nintendo Switch Release Date: Aug 02, 2018 No. of Players: 2 players simultaneous Category: Action, Role-Playing Publisher: Ska Studios Developer: Ska Studios   Imitation is supposed to be the sincerest form of flattery. Yet, more times than not it comes off as a poor copycat or, in the case of a rivalry, particularly petty and vengeful.…

Game Review: F1 2018 [Codemasters; Xbox One]

As the Talladega Nights adage goes, “If you ain’t first, you’re last!” …Which, of course, makes no sense whatsoever in the sense of racing. After all, as Reese Bobby once said, “You can be second, you can be third, fourth… Hell, you can be fifth!” My infatuation with this Talladega Nights interlocution aside, the mindset remains the same- and, strangely…