Geek to Geek Reviews
We try to dive into all aspects of the games in an easy-to-digest format, while providing well-rounded and detailed discussion. Not all reviews can be broken down rigidly, but regardless of format, the grading scale and criteria remain the same.
In week 2 of Shmuptember 2022, I played the cyberpunk run & gun, Huntdown, and the low-poly aerial battler, Skycadia!
Blossom Tales II: The Minotaur Prince starts off with an excellent water temple in a bid for favorable comparisons to the Legend of Zelda franchise.
GigaBash channels the chaotic energy of competitive multiplayer “arena” games such as Power Stone and War of the Monsters while paying homage to kaiju cinema.
Shmuptember is back for 2022! For week 1 of this event, I checked out two indie shmups: Drainus and Touhou The Disappearing of Gensokyo.
Catmaze is a Metroidvania that’s made its way to consoles after a few years of positive steam reviews. It’s got a low-budget look, but feels wonderful to play!
Turrican Anthology Vol. I and Turrican Anthology Vol. II showcase the classic Turrican series, from its PC roots to its SNES and Sega heyday.
Mega Man Battle & Fighters distills down what so many of us adore about the original games – but maintains certain frustrations better left behind.
A mobile take on the Dark Souls formula becomes a surprisingly fun Soulborne alternative in Pascal’s Wager: Definitive Edition on the Nintendo Switch.
Avenging Spirit is a retro Japanese arcade game that plays like a traditional action-platformer with a unique twist, allowing you to possess enemies.
The indie monster-catching RPG Coromon has finally landed on the Switch, and this game couldn’t be more Pokémon if it tried.
Do you want to play as a tiny, cute bear with an ax? Then our LumbearJack review for Nintendo Switch is definitely something you’ll want to check out.
Between amazing key art and the coolest name in video games, Wildcat Gun Machine sets a bar that the gameplay doesn’t quite live up to.