Kunai Review – Swinging Low

Metroid has inspired countless games, and they all balance aspects of the classic formula differently. Some are focused on the thrill of exploring sprawling maps, while others emphasize an arsenal of creative weapons. Kunai includes…

Japan: Famitsu awards Persona 5 Scramble 36/40

The latest edition of Famitsu magazine has arrived with subscribers and there’s a wealth of reviews in this week’s edition of the magazine. The title everyone in Japan has been waiting for Persona 5 Scramble:…

AO Tennis 2 Review – Too Many Unforced…

Flow is important in tennis, but it’s hard to get in the groove in AO Tennis 2. Rough spots in the gameplay, including wonky animations and that dreaded feeling that some outcomes are pre-determined, undermine…

Legends of Runeterra Review – Colorful Card Combat

The free-to-play digital card game space is a constant battle for discovery and long-term viability. With Legends of Runeterra, Riot is entering a battlefield filled with numerous competitors. An amalgamation of parts constructed from bits…