It Came From Japan: Ultra Q

When I was about eleven years old, my family moved to Okinawa, Japan. We only stayed for about three years but that was plenty of time for me to become enamored by the culture. At...

Review: Dragon Quest

When it comes to RPG games, there’s typically two different categories that tend to come to mind. Western-style RPGs and Japanese-style RPGs. Generally speaking, western RPGs are typically stat-heavy games that draw their inspiration from...

Nerd Fuel: Bones Coffee – Highland Grog

In the last few weeks it seems that Facebook has finally figured out what makes me tick when it comes to targeted ads. For the longest time it seemed like everything they were serving up...

Reviw: SiN

This is a review I’ve been wanting to write for quite some time. Years ago, when I played through my initial round of late-90’s PC games, I reviewed a number of classic FPS titles. One...

Review: Wario Land 4

So far in this generational backlog I’ve reviewed titles from the GameCube, Xbox, and Playstation 2. All of these are great home gaming systems. But I would be amiss if I neglected to give some...

Requested Review: Waifu Uncovered

This is something I don’t do often. But today I’m going to provide a review at the request of a developer. Recently, I was contacted by One Hand Free Studios to post an honest review...

Remembering the Game Boy Advance

Lately on this site I’ve focused heavily on games for the Xbox, GameCube, and Playstation 2. But the turn of the century didn’t just usher in the release of new home consoles, it also provided...