Flashback Review

Some games age like fine wine, and only seem to get better with time. Super Mario World. The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. Sonic the Hedgehog 2. Chrono Trigger. Super Metroid. Like any other entertainment m...

Charlie Murder Review

Charlie Murder is a game that largely survives on its quirky sense of punk rock-inspired character. The second Xbox Live Arcade game headlined in Microsoft's Summer of Arcade 2013 lineup, and the only one of...

BattleBlock Theatre Review

It’s been a long five years, but beloved indie developer, The Behemoth has finally delivered their follow-up effort to Castle Crashers, still one of the most beloved and frequently played Xbox Live Arcade g...

Guacamelee! Review

After scooping up numerous indie accolades and finally coming to the PlayStation Store, we can declare something about Guacamelee! that we do not declare lightly; It’s one of the single best games in the PlaySt...

Terraria Review

The first time you see Terraria, you'll think Super Nintendo's Mario meets Minecraft meets Zelda. That's what it feels like to first delve into the world, and while that's a bunch of a great games to take from,...