Moving Out Review

In 2020, developers DevM Games and SMG Studio teamed up to create Moving Out while Team17 published it on the PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and Xbox One. Team17 is famous for publishing the wildly popular and fantastic series of Overcooked. Moving Out would take a similar concept of giving players the task of moving itemsContinue reading “Moving Out Review”

A Way Out

After the critical success that was “Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons”, game director Josef Fares followed it up in 2018 with “A Way Out” when Hazelight Studios teamed up with Electronic Arts to release the game for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. A Way Out is a 100 percent co-op game that requiresContinue reading “A Way Out”

Golden Axe

Released in 1989 for the Sega Genesis, Golden Axe is a fan-favorite sidescrolling beat ’em up. Developed and published by Sega, Golden Axe gives you or a co-op team the chance at taking down the evil Death Adder after he has kidnapped the King and Princess. It’s up to you to fight your way throughContinue reading “Golden Axe”

Strange Brigade

What do you get when you mix Indiana Jones, 1930s serials, and hordes of undead? The answer is “Strange Brigade” a third-person shooter released in 2018 by developer and publisher Rebellion Developments. With an emphasis on co-op teamwork to raid crypts and stop an evil Queen spirit, Strange Brigade was available on the Xbox OneContinue reading “Strange Brigade”

Diddy Kong Racing Review

Subscribe To My YouTube Channel! Kart Racing was becoming a popular genre in the video game world by the late 90s. Mario Kart 64 was released in February of 1997 on the Nintendo 64 to massive commercial success. That same year, in November Rare, released Diddy Kong Racing for the Nintendo 64. Would there beContinue reading “Diddy Kong Racing Review”

Borderlands The Pre-Sequel Review

Subscribe To My YouTube Channel! The Borderlands series went from a cult hit to being a fully-fledged mega-hit with Borderlands 2. In 2014, 2K Australia which hadn’t worked on the series before teamed up with Gearbox Software and 2K Games to produce Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. Would the seriesContinue reading “Borderlands The Pre-Sequel Review”

Mario Kart 64 Review

Subscribe To My YouTube Channel! Super Mario Kart ushered in a new genre of kart racing for generations of video games to come. In 1997, Nintendo and Shigeru Miyamoto were at it again with a follow-up on the Nintendo 64. How would the racer fare in 3D? Would it be able to keep up withContinue reading “Mario Kart 64 Review”

Foul Play Review

Subscribe To My YouTube Channel! Beat ’em ups have fallen out of the mainstream machine of video games for quite some time now but now and then a game pops up that manages to add new mechanics or gameplay to the well-beaten genre. Released in 2013 for the Xbox 360 and 2015 for the PlayStationContinue reading “Foul Play Review”

Fighting Force Review

Subscribe To My YouTube Channel! In 1997, Core Design and Eidos teamed up to release the 3D beat ’em up “Fighting Force” for the PlayStation. The game featured four playable characters, destructible 3D environments, and tons of items to be used as weapons. Fighting Force was popular enough to become a “Greatest Hits” for theContinue reading “Fighting Force Review”

Overcooked 2 Review

Subscribe To My YouTube Channel! The original Overcooked acted as an appetizer for the main dish that is Overcooked 2. Team17 and Ghost Town Games are back to serve seconds for the PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch and Xbox One. Released in 2018, Overcooked 2 slides more chaos on your plate to sort through. Today, I’llContinue reading “Overcooked 2 Review”