Kyle Bradford


Strafe Review

At first glance, Strafe looks like a radical revival of 90's first-person shooters. Yet, it doesn't take long for that impression to fade away, revealing a devilishly difficult game.

Akiba’s Beat Review

A JRPG taking place in Tokyo’s wildly popular Akihabara district, it seems like a dream come true for any fan of Japanese Otaku culture. Unfortunately, Akiba’s Beat is unable to satisfy on much of its lofty ambitions.

Rain World Review

In this broken, industrial wasteland, the rain is your enemy. Torrential downpours that are so violent it's impossible to survive them. They force you to con...

Touhou Genso Wanderer Review

To an outsider, the name Touhou may not mean much to you. For those entrenched within the niche Japanese doujin communities that Genso Wanderer exists within however, it can mean the world.

Flywrench Review

Flywrench can at times feel like an exercise in constant restraint, as if it were a meditation tool for some sort of futuristic monk.

RollerCoaster Tycoon World Review

The Roller Coaster Tycoon series is one that brought joy to many during the early millennium. The endlessly looped merry-go-round tune is simultaneously agonisi...

The Silver Case Review

For many fans of Suda51, Killer 7 and No More Heroes were their first introduction to his work. With an extensive catalogue of stylistically unique games, the J...

Mount & Blade: Warband Review

Like many other great Western RPGs, Mount & Blade is a franchise that captures the same feeling of limitless possibility that is found in traditional tablet...