Category: Reviews

  • Why Did Palworld Become a Hit?

    A game with a lot of stitched-together content is likely garbage, but when it’s done well, it becomes a delicate balance. The unexpected success of “Palworld” can be traced back to a unique stitching style, reminiscent of the developers’ previous game that stitched elements from “The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.” However, it…

  • Palworld: The Pokémon-Inspired Sensation of 2024?

    If you happened to overlook it, the most talked-about game of 2024 was released over the weekend, and it’s only January. If you’re already immersed in Palpagos Island or contemplating the purchase, here’s the lowdown on the contentious Pokémon doppelgänger. Palworld As the last two words suggest, Palworld gained unexpected fame as the “Pokémon with…

  • Hogwarts Legacy Review – A Journey Beyond the House Cup?

    My journey with Harry Potter began as a child with the release of the first book in 1991. Although I was too young to fully grasp the magical world, my fascination with it persisted. Over the years, I immersed myself in both the books and movies, creating a profound connection with the franchise. As a…

  • The Grand Finale of Mario Kart 8 Deluxe DLC: A Closer Look at Wave 6

    Over the past 18 months, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe has been the gift that keeps on giving for players. The excitement of the Enhanced Track Pass was palpable upon its initial announcement, and now, at the end of this journey, we find ourselves playing the sixth and final wave of delightful DLC content. Just like…

  • My Time at Sandrock Review

    After playing My Time at Portia, I was interested to see what the sequel My Time at Sandrock would be. If you played the original release you will find it very similar, but you play in a desert Oasis town. Your rival builder (sort of), Mi-an and you arrive to Sandrock to be the new…

  • Candle Knight: A Dazzling Adventure in the Realm of Wax

    First and foremost, let’s talk about Candle Knight—it’s a splendid game. Featuring a literal candle as the protagonist, the game places a significant emphasis on gameplay and aesthetics, excelling in both aspects. Call me shallow, but it was the graphics of the game that initially captivated me. Having spent a considerable time playing the preview…

  • Exploring the Magical Realms: Hogwarts Legacy Review

    I must confess, I’m not a die-hard fan of the Harry Potter series. I used to be, but my enthusiasm dwindled after the second movie, despite being a fan in my younger years. However, the allure of this wizarding world has always left me somewhat curious. A curiosity that yearned for a decent video game,…

  • Tears of the Kingdom: A Complex Love Letter to Zelda

    The Legend of Zelda has always been one of my favourite video game series. As a Zelda fan, I am sure that I have blind spots for certain aspects. However, I also try to be objective with each new game. I found it difficult to express my feelings about Breath of the wild (BOTW), and…

  • Ragnarok’s Echo: Does God of War’s Latest Chapter Live Up to the Legend?

    It’s never easy to follow up on something great. Santa Monica brought back God of War, and the surprise element was there. When the world saw Kratos’ epic return, it sold millions of copies and won awards, including Hacksilver, and became one of the best-loved Playstation games ever. God of War Ragnarock, however, lacks the…

  • Resident Evil Village: The Shadows of Rose – A Deep Dive into the DLC

    Resident Evil: Village introduces a single-player expansion pack titled “Rose’s Shadow,” delving into the narrative 16 years after the main game events. Rose, Ethan’s daughter, finds herself entangled in the consciousness of the Megamycete, desperately seeking a way to escape the overwhelming powers that have affected her formative years. A Dive into the Unknown This…