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Brandon Langrock

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Brandon has been gaming since a Super Nintendo controller was placed in his tiny Canadian hands. Since then, his gaming habits have persisted all the way into adulthood. When he isn't sampling the latest JRPG from some developer that you haven't heard of, Brandon enjoys games of all genres, especially Smash Bros. and Mario Kart with his friends. Just don't throw his controllers when you lose!

Human Resource Machine Review

I was nearing around the fifteenth stage in Human Resource Machine, the latest game from Little Inferno developer Tomorrow Corporation, when I realised that...

Week 1 With Nintendo Switch: The Good, The Bad, and The Legend of Zelda

Time to - ahem - Switch things up. When it comes to gaming, I’m hardly a loyalist. I grew up flip-flopping between companies, dabbling mostly...

iO Review

Though far from revolutionary, iO is a simple, yet intuitive puzzler that is sure to dig its hooks into fans of the genre looking for a unique challenge.

Asdivine Hearts Review

If you’re looking for the next great console RPG, I'm sorry to report that you won’t find it here.

Shantae: Half-Genie Hero Review

Remember back in 2013, when Kickstarter was all the rage? I recently looked back at many of the video game projects that I feverishly supported,...

Feist Review

Coming from developer Bits & Beasts, a small team in Switzerland, is Feist. Originally released in 2015 on Steam, this stylistic sidescroller now sees...

Pokémon Sun and Moon Review

During my off-time between titles, I often wonder if my passion for Pokémon is waning. Having followed the franchise since its first releases as Pokémon...

On the Road to Alola: Ranking Pokémon’s First Six Generations

In the wake of Pokémon Sun & Moon releasing this week, I thought that this would be a great time to reflect on all that the Pokémon series...

Sword Art Online: Hollow Realization Review

It’s certainly justifiable arguing that Bandai Namco has saturated the market with Sword Art Online games as of late. Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment was...

Pankapu Episode 1 Review

It genuinely warms my heart to think of just how successfully persistent the platforming genre is, even now. I grew up with a wide array...

Krinkle Krusher Review

The tower defence genre is primarily known for its entries on mobile platforms, though a few trickle into the console market every now and...

100ft Robot Golf Review

In all of my years spent playing the countless rounds of Mario Golf and the odd Tiger Woods game, never did I think, this...
Dragon Quest Builders

Dragon Quest Builders Review

It’s really quite impressive how flexible Square Enix is willing to be with the Dragon Quest franchise. While recent games like the Dynasty Warriors-esque Dragon...

Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters: Daybreak Special Gigs Review

Combining elements of visual novels with pieces of other genres is becoming progressively more common these days. Developer Arc System Works is no stranger to...

Games That Changed Our Lives #33: Final Fantasy IX

I recall that, for one of my early birthdays, I told my mother that I wanted to rent the original PlayStation console from the...
Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel II

The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel II Review

Having recently completed the original Trails of Cold Steel game, I was thrilled to get my hands on The Legend of Heroes: Trails of...

Touhou Genso Rondo: Bullet Ballet Review

I’ll be honest: when I first chose to review Touhou Genso Rondo: Bullet Ballet, I was excited but had absolutely no idea what I...

MeiQ: Labyrinth of Death Review

Japanese developer Compile Heart and its parent company Idea Factory are gaining a lot of ground with Western audiences as of late. In addition to...

Bound Review

Exploration games tend to walk a fine line between being labelled as games or as experiences. These kinds of games often feature simple gameplay mechanics...

Tricky Towers Review

The Tetris formula is one beloved by many arcade puzzle fans around the world – myself included. Many games have expanded on the traditional formula,...
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