Playforms: PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Wii U, PlayStation 3, PC
We Used: PC
I have my suspicions that most people would stay six-hundred and sixty-six (666) feet away from a game with such a foreboding title. Fortunately, I don’t scare all that easily. So I had no issues giving indie title Extreme Exorcism a whirl. I came away pleasantly surprised with its frenetic, “kill or be killed” pace and its retro-cool pixel art style that sets the spooky tone rather well. Read More
Role-playing games have a real fondness for the moral dilemma. It dominates all the big choices in heavy hitters like Mass Effect or Fallout, allowing you to decide whether you’ll perpetrate genocide or rescue a busload of orphans without much room in between. Read More
Platform: Nintendo 3DS
Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon is the latest entry in the Pokémon Mystery Dungeon series. This series puts you in the shoes of your favorite Pokémon on an epic quest to save the world. It takes a long time to actually get to that quest, but the game is a fun diversion for almost any Pokémon fan.
A worthy contender has finally entered Pokémon’s monster-collecting genre. Yo-Kai Watch has exploded in Japan in the last few years, and American audiences finally get a taste of the action with the first game for Nintendo 3DS.
A likable, relatable story and modern setting combine well with the ghost-hunting and monster-battling formula to create not only one of the most impressive 3DS games I’ve played, but also one of my favorite games of the year. Read More