Dust: An Elysian Tail Review

Dust: An Elysian Tail Review

Many digital games are simply allusions of moral and social themes humanity faces daily. But few games blend those themes together as well as Dust: An Elysian Tail. It utilizes its storybook art style, action and character progression to create an emotional and...
Democracy 3 Review: All About Balance

Democracy 3 Review: All About Balance

Few topics are more polarizing than politics. And having somewhat of a background in Political Science, it is with great excitement that I discuss Democracy 3 and its take on this subject matter! [pullquote align=”left” cite=””...
Kirby’s Epic Yarn Review: Arts & Crafts

Kirby’s Epic Yarn Review: Arts & Crafts

What comes to mind when thinking of buttons, needles, patches and thread? I immediately envision an elaborate scrapbook, carefully presenting a heartfelt endeavor of patience and skill. This is what Kirby’s Epic Yarn represents. It’s a work of...
Mario Kart 8 Review: Eight is Great

Mario Kart 8 Review: Eight is Great

Mario Kart 8 is like a Banana Split—the combination of it all just good. It all merges as a classic, instead of what could have been. There are a slurry of events happening in each race, but it all comes together to create an sensational gaming experience....
VVVVVV Review: It’s gOOOOOOd

VVVVVV Review: It’s gOOOOOOd

ome games have stellar mechanics, but are slack on ambiance. Others master ambiance, but produce lackluster mechanics. And then there’s VVVVVV! Created by Terry Cavanagh, VVVVVV shines brilliantly in both areas. Its slightly awkward (but manageable) controls,...
Monument Valley Review: Silent Elegance

Monument Valley Review: Silent Elegance

Like echochrome before it, Monument Valley is a well-crafted take on manipulating angles to solve puzzles. Wielding the functionality of touch controls, players take on a journey that traces all types of colorful and stunning sceneries to test players’...