Articles written by A.J. Maciejewski (Page 37) RSS Feed for A.J. Maciejewski
Time is not always money
June 20, 2018 - Documenting indie video game developers has been an interesting experiment ever since 2012's hit Indie Game: The Movie. We Are Alright is a new documentary that follows the development of Lichthund's Lichtspeer so let's see if it's worth checking out.
Read more: We Are Alright: A Gamedev Movie
Five more fun-filled discs
June 19, 2018 - I don't know about you but I love revisiting classic games that go under most retro gamers' radar so here are 5 super-fun PS1 treasures.
Read more: Original PlayStation Hidden Gems (Part 2)
Ironically far from hollow
June 15, 2018 - Everyone and their neighbour has been raving about this Metroidvania masterpiece since it released last year for PC and it has finally made its console debut. So, sharpen a nail and prepare to explore a haunting bug-filled world.
Read more: Hollow Knight Review
June 14, 2018 - It's been over a year since the latest Bomberman game debuted and there have been a ton of updates. Also, Super Bomberman R is no longer a Switch exclusive so let's check out this swanky new edition.
Read more: Super Bomberman R Shiny Edition Review
Samurais and Smash Bros.
June 13, 2018 - The yearly Electronic Entertainment Expo always brings about awesome game announcements and upcoming technology. This year, the focus was definitely on the games side of things so here are some highlights from the expo.
Read more: E3 2018 Highlights: The Aftermath
Spin a yarn with a friend
June 12, 2018 - Yarny is back and this time, the little fellow brought along a pal. Coldwood Interactive's first installment in this franchise was a masterpiece so could the sequel improve upon such a memorable and fantastic adventure?
Read more: Unravel Two Review
5 more games worth checking out
June 12, 2018 - It's been over a month since my first roundup of our indie Nintendo game videos so here are 5 more episodes to sink your teeth into.
Read more: The Nindie Nook: Episodes 6 to 10
Like Sudoku but better
June 12, 2018 - I love number-based puzzlers for the most part. However, it's rare to come across one that's actually clever so does Hexologic offer innovative and addictive numeric puzzle gameplay?
Read more: Hexologic Review
I just don't get it
June 11, 2018 - Once in a while, a game releases that seems awesome but it just doesn't click for whatever reason. This describes my experience with Vampyr so allow me to explain why I can't justify writing a review for it.
Read more: In All Fairness, I Can't Review Vampyr
A battle puzzler in the raw
June 8, 2018 - You have to hand it to Nintendo whenever they try something new. Fighting opponents by eating sushi then throwing the empty plates at them is a ridiculous premise for a game but is it worth checking out?
Read more: Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido Review
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