Articles written by A.J. Maciejewski (Page 38)
May the SNES be with you
November 27, 2015 - Everything's coming up Star Wars lately. So, why not reintroduce the public to a long-lost 16-bit Star Wars adventure? Get your blaster ready because Luke has quite the itchy trigger finger in this retro interpretation of A New Hope.
Read more: Super Star Wars Review
The nightmare continues
November 26, 2015 - After being on the market for only eight months, Bloodborne has a massive brand new expansion. The question is: will fans' insatiable thirst for blood be satisfied or are they better off giving up the hunt?
Read more: Bloodborne: The Old Hunters Review
Fill your hard drive with awesome
November 22, 2015 - Two years ago today, Microsoft unleashed its most powerful Xbox yet. Now that we're getting comfortable with it in our living rooms, let's take a fond look back at the best downloadable games from its second year on the market.
Read more: Top 10 Download Only Xbox One Games (Year Two)
What do you get when you cross a goat, a parrot, and a raccoon?
November 20, 2015 - It seems like every day there's a new puzzle platformer. However, it's rare to come across something as unique as Dreamals. Having limited mobility while planning every step carefully is an intriguing concept indeed, but is it any good?
Read more: Dreamals Review
Get your GamePad charged and ready
November 18, 2015 - Nintendo's latest console debuted three years ago today and it's seen some great downloadable titles so far. Here, I list the ten best eShop exclusives that came out since Wii U's launch, so clear some internal memory and let the downloading begin!
Read more: Top 10 Wii U eShop Exclusives (First Three Years)
River City's favourite sport returns
November 17, 2015 - There's nothing like a good old fashioned game of dodgeball after a hearty brawl. This classic arcade sports game is now available for PlayStation 4, but is it as good as our memory tells us or were we hit in the head a few too many times?
Read more: Arcade Archives: Super Dodge Ball Review
Leave the party planning to Mario
November 15, 2015 - When you think of an interactive board game set in the Animal Crossing universe then it's easy to get excited. However, is amiibo Festival too simple to roll the dice on? Let's take the train to party town and see for ourselves.
Read more: Animal Crossing: amiibo Festival Review
Two years of two dimensions
November 15, 2015 - Today is PlayStation 4's second anniversary. Looking back over the past couple of years, one genre stands out to me as having many incredible titles released for the system. That being said, please enjoy my top 10 2D platformers on PlayStation 4 so far.
Read more: Top 10 2D Platformers on PlayStation 4 (First Two Years)
Free-to-play done right
November 13, 2015 - Spelunker is back and this PlayStation 4 version is better than ever. If you're new to the series and you love super-challenging retro 2D platformers then keep reading to see why you should give it a download. Oh, did I mention it's free?
Read more: Spelunker World: I'm Addicted and Here's Why
Six degrees of awesome
November 12, 2015 - Once in a while a game comes out of nowhere that exceeds all expectations. Kromaia Omega is a 3D space shooter that takes a while to grow on you, but once it does; be prepared to not leave your couch for a while.
Read more: Kromaia Omega Review