Tag: arcade

WWE 2K Battlegrounds

WWE 2K Battlegrounds Announced For Fall 2020

2K announced the future of 2K’s WWE games today, WWE 2K Battlegrounds coming Fall 2020. Battlegrounds is a “completely new WWE gaming experience that will feature arcade-style action and over-the-top Superstar designs, environments and moves. We’re focusing on social pick-up-and-play fun, but with plenty of depth for those […]

Blue Estate The Game

Blue Estate Review

If you don’t know what Blue Estate is (and I didn’t), it’s a comic book by Viktor Kalvachev. This is a digital only game, based on the comic, by developers HeSaw (from what I can gather, the first game from the Paris based developing studio). It’s unlike anything […]

Sparkle 2

Sparkle 2 Review

Match three games have been popular for over a decade now thanks to their addictive simplicity and ultimately their challenge. These types of games come in a few different flavors; some require you to switch adjacent pieces to match three of a color or type (like the Saga […]


Resogun Review

I honestly didn’t know what to expect going into Resogun. I knew going in that it would be a free to play launch title available to Playstation Plus members, so I really didn’t do much in terms of pre-launch research. My way of thinking is almost any free […]

Syder Arcade

Syder Arcade Review

As someone who has been videogaming for thirty years or so I cut my teeth on all kinds of games including a healthy batch of what we affectionately refer to as “schmups” which is short hand for “shoot ’em ups.” A shoot ’em up is typically you in […]

Call of Juarez Gunslinger

Call of Juarez Gunslinger Review

It’s a funny thing when a franchise can have three retail games available, the last of which is widely considered to be quite bad, and then have a fourth game be reduced down to a cheap digital only title. Now you may be asking “well what’s funny about […]

Crazy Taxi

Crazy Taxi Review

Crazy Taxi ate a lot of my quarters back in the late 90s and early 00s. I finally got around to picking up the PSN version in December, and now it’s time for the review in the 40th QDR. Is the PSN version worth owning?