Articles Written by A.J. Maciejewski (Page 152) RSS Feed for A.J. Maciejewski
Rolling out the old school
October 29, 2015 - Hardcore fans have wanted a game that stays true to Transformers' roots for years. In comes Transformers: Devastation with a promising visual style and the return of many iconic voice actors, but does that alone make it a good game?
Read more: Transformers: Devastation Review
A triumphant return to platforming greatness
October 21, 2015 - Yoshi sure had his fair share of ups and downs over the years. You may wonder if turning him into a crochet toy was really a good idea. Thankfully, it was; so grab your needles and let's knit one unforgettable yarn.
Read more: Yoshi's Woolly World Review
KiKi KaiKai on the go
October 19, 2015 - Many games from back in the day simply don't age well. The classic KiKi KaiKai and Pocky & Rocky titles were solid yet nothing that special. However, does this pocket-sized interpretation have what it takes to transcend the series?
Read more: Pocky & Rocky with Becky Review
Pre-alpha first impressions
October 18, 2015 - After getting my hands on Dungeon Defenders II along with the helpful Starter Pack, here I explore some aspects that I'd like to see in the full game. They may be already planning to accomplish these, but you never know what'll actually come to be.
Read more: Dungeon Defenders II Wish List
This is one roly-poly squirrel
October 16, 2015 - If you think pinball has nothing to do with adventuring then this little squirrel is about to prove you wrong. Before we continue, those allergic to cuteness should stop reading since the colourful world of Momonga will make your head spin.
Read more: Momonga Pinball Adventures Review
Jack is back with a whole new pack
October 15, 2015 - If there's one brand that you can trust when it comes to drunken party games; it's Jackbox. This second compilation of five party games may not be as impressive as the first, but is it still worth checking out?
Read more: The Jackbox Party Pack 2 Review
Punch, kick, barf...?
October 13, 2015 - When it comes to retro brawlers, very few are considered true classics. River City Ransom is one of these rare titles and for good reason. Enough with the formalities, I've got a one-way ticket to River City so let's take the full tour.
Read more: River City Ransom Review
Nintendo's latest Virtual Console is looking mighty barren without it
October 10, 2015 - It's no secret that Wii had tons of awesome TurboGrafx titles yet none are available for Wii U. Sure, you can download a few in Japan but we're not as lucky in the west. Here, I'll explore some of the best TurboGrafx games for Wii so you can see what I'm talking about.
Read more: TurboGrafx on Wii U Needs to Happen
The meat that's tough to beat
October 8, 2015 - After almost five years, everyone's favourite meaty adventure is now available on PlayStation. Considering there's really nothing new to see, the question is; will it be worth picking up for newcomers to the world of meat?
Read more: Super Meat Boy Review
An inconvenient way to play subpar games
October 7, 2015 - Nintendo has a long history of taking chances when it comes to hardware; from the embarrassment that was Virtual Boy to the astronomical success of Wii. Here, I'll explore one of their lesser known products so please, enjoy!
Read more: Dusting off the Nintendo e-Reader
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