REVIEW: Electro Ride The Neon Racing
Electro Ride: The Neon Racing is a wonderfully vibrant and unique racing game from the one-man developer, Sylwester Osik. The player will travel to different locations around the world in order to become the fastest driver in this neon-coloured world.
REVIEW: Bus Driver Simulator
Simulators seem like a strange idea. To play a simulation of a job, we pay a premium. They are trying to replicate the experience. However, I have spent a lot of time on simulators such as Euro Truck Simulator 2, American Truck Simulator (TSS), Train Simulator World, and Train Simulator World. At this point, I feel more than qualified to review simulators. KishMish Games has developed Bus Driver Simulator on Nintendo Switch.
Haven, a romantic RPG, follows Kay and Yu as they try to make a new life apart from the rest of society so that they can love and live happily together. Haven is more than this. Haven has many memorable moments between Yu, Kay, that are both touching and genuine. You quickly form a connection with them. It's a good thing, as you have already seen most of the game's offerings in just a few hours.
Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 Review
Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 will be the official tie-in for the Olympic Games delayed that will begin next month. Since the last iterations, the series has tried to replicate the actual experience by creating simulation-like gameplay that feels and looks like the real thing. Sega has made a significant change with Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, which takes a more arcadey approach in terms of gameplay as well as visual style. This decision works well for the game and creates a pick up-and-play environment that's ideal for local multiplayer.
Scarlett Nexus Review
Bandai Namco's anime-infused action-RPG Scarlet Nexus is a master at subtext games and believes they are all cowards. This title is big and bold. Even when it fails, it doesn't let that stop it from taking huge swings and pursuing its most ambitious goals.
Old World Review
In recent and upcoming 4X strategy games, developers are putting extra effort into innovating and pushing the sub-genre of strategy games forward. Combining these games with other genres is one of the best ways to expand, as we have seen in XCOM and the upcoming Lemnis Gate. Is Mohawk Games' Old World going to be preserved or will it soon become a dusty artifact?
Why The Next Console Generation Will Be The Greatest
Let's face it: the next video game console generation is going to be absolutely amazing. We're still a couple years away from its starting point, but every new bit of info that we receive on the upcoming wave of consoles gets us more and more excited for what's in store.
Ninja Gaiden: Master Collection Review
The "Master Collection" (a.k.a "Legendary Collection") is a compilation of the first three games in the Ninja Gaiden series, and many say that it's one of the best action titles available for PS2. I'm here to give my opinion about what could have been if Team Ninja had continued developing this game instead of leaving it behind in 2005 with an unsatisfied taste in many gamers' mouths like a dormant volcano waiting for its next eruption. Many people think that Tecmo's motive for stopping development was due to lack of profit, but that isn't necessarily true because they actually made a little bit more on each individual package than if they had sold the games separately in their original state. Now then, let's get started: