GripShift Review

Do you like puzzles? Do you like platforming? Do you like driving? Do you like action? Then I have the perfect game for you that combines all four of those genres and even advertises that it does! Released in 2005 for the PlayStation Portable, GripShift was developed by Sidhe and published by Red Mile EntertainmentContinue reading “GripShift Review”


“From Russia With Fun!” Nintendo launched the original Game Boy in 1989 and it launched with five games in North America. One of those games was “Tetris” a puzzle game created by Alexey Pajitnov that took the world by storm with over 35 million copies sold on the Game Boy alone. It was the “must-have”Continue reading “Tetris”


In 1989, Nintendo blew away the world by launching the Game Boy making car rides hundred of times better for all travelers. The Game Boy launched with five games available for North Americans. One of those games was “Alleyway” a brick-breaking game where the player must paddle a ball across the screen to clear theContinue reading “Alleyway”

BoxBoy! Review

Subscribe To My YouTube Channel! In 2015, HAL Laboratory and Nintendo released BoxBoy! for the Nintendo 3DS. The puzzle-platformer was based on a simple premise of a box being able to duplicate other boxes to navigate through dangerous levels filled with lasers, cliffs, and saws. This brain buster received positive reviews from most critics butContinue reading “BoxBoy! Review”

Pikmin Review

Subscribe To My YouTube Channel! Shigeru Miyamoto was already well-established as a creative genius in the video game industry before he created Pikmin for the Nintendo Gamecube in 2001. With Mario and Link already under his belt, Mr. Nintendo produced a game around the idea he conceived while gardening. Pikmin is a real-time strategy gameContinue reading “Pikmin Review”