Category: Reviews

I still love the Sega Master System

Above is a picture of one of my first gaming memories. The Sega Master System. The one pictured is the very same I played on back in the 90’s, obviously a little banged up but still works like a dream. Above are the Master System games that are currently in my collection. Most are, once…

Marvel’s Spider-Man (PS4) (REVIEW)

Anyone who follows my blog probably knows I don’t often do reviews. The reason being, I feel like everyone does reviews and probably does a better job either because they do them professionally or because they have played every or most games in the franchise and played them to 100% completion or at least near…

Nintendo Online – Part Two

TL;DR After 12 days of using the service, I will conclude that in it’s present state.. it’s about worth the amount you pay… For me, I was most excited about the classic games, and I feel they’ve been implemented really well. For anyone who wants a refresh this link sums up what’s currently available, as well…

Nintendo Online – Part One

Ever since the Nintendo Switch came out March last year, the one thing I’ve been wanting to know more and more about is Nintendo Online. Courtesy of the WayBack machine, here is a snap of the landing page for the service as it was on January 13, 2017!.. Lets all take a moment to truly appreciate…

My Thoughts on Xbox in 2018

So I recently bought the Xbox One X. For a number of reasons. Most aren’t even related to the 6 TF of power it sports, but some definitely are.. Although I’m writing today not so much about what the pros and cons are of the One X but more about the decisions leading up to…

Is the Wii U worth buying in Mid-2018?

Specifying “mid” simply because of the amount of Wii U ports to the Switch that have happened this year… Which is why I thought discussing such a topic was worth while. When Nintendo is porting almost every first party title to the Switch, and we can probably assume ones that aren’t, will be, Is the…

Sonic Adventure (Review)

Most would argue Sonic Adventure doesn’t need a review, however in a world where every new 3D Sonic title is ragged on for being buggy and a poor representation of Sonic. Sonic Adventure reminds us that Sonic can be 3D it just hasn’t been done right in quite long time. Now I’m not going to…

Golf Story (Review)

A 16-bit top down RPG where instead of casting spells or shooting weapons, you play golf!.. Which isn’t quite what I was expecting. In fact. I’m not entirely sure what I was expecting beyond it being an RPG based around golf. However. For someone who has never been into golf or golf video games particularly. I…

Buying a 3DS in 2018

Well aside from the fact that I’ve noticed both screens on my new ‘new Nintendo 3DS XL’ are TN not IPS. Which I’ve managed to reassure myself doesn’t matter because I literally had to remember it was a thing with the 3DS’s, investigate what the difference was and then try and see it on mine.…