Author: Robin Baird

Robin loves playing RPGs, MMOs, JRPGs, Action, and Adventure games... also puzzle games... and platformers... and exploration games... there are very few games she isn't interested in. For MMOs she currently plays Guild Wars 2, World of Warcraft, and Final Fantasy XIV.

Alliance Alive review

Alliance Alive Review – A Flawed Charmer on the 3DS

Alliance Alive is a fun, quirky, and interesting JRPG with some interesting systems powering the core gameplay. Although sometimes the naming of things can be quiet boring the story and characters are...

Double Kick Heroes

PAX East 2018 – Double Kick Heroes is one hell of a unique rhythm game

There are a lot of rhythm games out there, but I have never seen one where you must shoot zombies to the tune of metal music before. This is exactly what Double Kick Heroes is and I got the chance to ...

Mothergunship

PAX EAST 2018 – Mothergunship surprised us in a good way

Another Indie game which surprised me at PAX East was Mothergunship; a bullet hell FPS where the player is trying to take out an alien fleet that’s taken over the world. Before you can assault the mai...

Deathgarden

PAX East 2018 – Deathgarden is Hunger Games meets Dead By Daylight

The makers of the highly successful Dead by Daylight game have just recently announced that they are making a new asymmetric hunting game. In this one there is one hunter and five runners who are tryi...

PAX East 2018 – Omensight emerges as Best in Show

Are you a fan of Action games? Do you enjoy solving a mystery which will either doom or save the world? Do games where it is not just your choices which matter but the way you do things that matters? ...

A Way Out: A Tale of Friendship Among Thieves

A Way Out follows the story of Vincent and Leo from when they meet in prison through their ensuing escape and the consequences of the choices they jointly make. It’s an interesting and engaging journe...

Moss review

Moss Review

Moss is a charming and fun mixture of aspects of both Redwall and Neverending Story but also feels refreshingly fresh. Polyarc has managed to combine concepts from a lot of other VR games and make it ...

9.5 Amazing
Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition

Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition Review

Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition is an impressive port of a massive console game to a portable mobile game. This was done by toning down the graphics to be much less realistic and far more animated. A...

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