Pool of Radiance Review: Saving the world one Transgendered Sean Connery at a time!

I reviewed Pool of Radiance for Ms-Dos, the only game ever made where you can save the world with a party entirely comprised of transgendered Sean Conneries.

Super Castlevania IV Review

This week I'm taking a lot at Super Castlevania IV for the Super Nintendo. Launched early into the console's life cycle, this is still considered as one of the best entries into the Castlevania series as well as one of the best 16-bit games ever made.

Now, almost 30 years later, I take a look at the game and see if Super Castlevania 4 is still a good game.


Megaman Legends 2 (PS1) Review

Well, it's been a while, but I finally reviewed Megaman Legends 2 for the PS1. As of this writing, this is the third and final game in the series, the first two being Megaman Legends and The Misadventures of Tron Bonne.

Megaman Legends 2 seems to take after the Legend of Zelda series, placing a greater emphasis on puzzle solving and platforming than its predecessor.


Senran Kagura: Peach Beach Blast PS4 Review

There are no words to describe this game. Seriously, if you own a PS4, go get this game. I have no idea how this game hasn't been banned yet, but good God do I love it!

Golvellius Valley of Doom - Sega Master System Review

Golvellius Valley of Doom is an action RPG / action adventure game launched for the Sega Master System in 1988. The game was developed by Compile, the same studio behind titles like Guardian Legend, MUSHA and Power Strike 2.

Golvellius Valley of Doom takes a lot of inspiration from the Legend of Zelda series though it places a bigger focus on action.

So, 30 years later, is this game still worth playing? Let's find out!


Star Trek Deep Space Nine Crossroads of Time Sega Genesis / Mega Drive Review

Star Trek Deep Space Nine Crossroads of Time is a cinematic platformer for the Sega Genesis / Mega Drive. Being a late Sega Genesis / Mega Drive release, it seems to have slipped under the radar for most people back then and fell into obscurity.


Doki Doki Literature Club! Review (Steam)

This week I reviewed Doki Doki Literature Club on Steam. I went into this game completely blind and I can safely say, this is one of the most original videogames I've seen in years. Even if you don't like the genre, this one is worth checking out. You won't regret it.


Not this time.