Stardust Vanguards is a multiplayer space-themed action game downloadable on Steam for PC. One cool thing about this game is that it was made by local folks (well, local for me and my friend anyway). Speaking of which, I had my friend, Robbie Allen, review this game for me, so please check it out by clicking here!
Falcom is awesome! They’re the ones responsible for games like Ys Seven, Gurumin, and Legacy of the Wizard on the NES (those are my favorites anyway). It’s too bad that Falcom isn’t as well-known in the US, though. But luckily, one of their classics is being remade for download on PSP thanks to XSEED. Since my friend Leroy is a big fan of Falcom, too, I had him review Brandish: The Dark Revenant, so check it out!
A few years ago, I reviewed Hyperdimension Neptunia on PS3. It’s an anime-inspired RPG, and now you can play it on your PC via Steam with a few added features. My friend Robbie reviewed this new installment for me, so check out his review here.
Pix the Cat is a new classic styled arcade-like game with modern visuals and aesthetics. You can download it on PC and PSN, but my good friend Robbie Allen reviewed it on Steam here. He seems to have really liked this game, so do be sure to check out his review!
Senran Kagura is a beat ‘em up game series starring a group of busty female ninjas. I think it may be an anime series, too, but I’m not sure. And now the crazy characters are starring in their very own…cooking rhythm game?!? Well, since I’m not an expert on this stuff, plus I don’t have a PS Vita, I had my friend Leroy review this.
My good friend Leroy loves the Geometry Wars games. In fact, I think he told me one time that Geometry Wars was one of the main reasons why he bought an Xbox 360! And he’s really good at it, too! I bet he could beat anyone one of you reading this at that game. Or at least hold his own for a long time. Anyway, because he likes the games so much, I thought he’d be perfect to review the new Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions game. It’s available for 360, Xbox One, PC, PS3, and PS4, but reviewed on 360 here.
The Last Tinker: City of Colors is a vibrant 3-D platformer in a world where you just don’t see too many of those anymore. Since it was on PC, I had my brother Nathan review it. So click to check out his take on this cool little game.