• The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening (GB)

    How does this handheld entry into the Zelda franchise hold up 9 years after its initial release?

  • Déjà Vu (NES)

    "You are waking from a stupor that feels like a chronic headache after a week in Vegas. You notice your right palm is covered with dried blood, but you can neither see nor feel any wounds. You feel a

  • [NSFW] Red Faction (PS2)

    Geography Modification (Geo-Mod): The arbitrary alteration of the domain which makes up a video game's environment.  Its implications to the world of gaming were incredible—finally, rockets, bombs,

  • Tomba! (PS1)

    I'm sure that many of you would think it odd if I were to tell you that Tomba! is easily one of the most creative games that I've ever played.  In fact, when I told people that I was reviewing Tomba!

  • [NSFW] Caveman Games (NES)

    Every few years a game comes along that changes the face of console entertainment.  A game that breaks every template both graphically and creatively.  A game that sparks the mind's curiosity.  A g

  • Chrono Cross (PS1)

    Is it as good as Chrono Trigger?

  • [NSFW] Chrono Trigger (SNES)

    Chrono Trigger really has everything a gamer could want from a game.

  • Maniac Mansion (NES)

    Maniac Mansion. A smooth, creamy combo of lost girlfriends, record players, walking tentacles, writers, rocket-powered cars, broken bottles of ketchup, musicians, zombie-matics, old batteries, arcade

  • Secret of Mana (SNES)

    Aside from your mentally deficient cohorts, the game's not really half bad.

  • Brave Fencer Musashi (PS1)

    Brave Fencer Musashi is another one of Square's journeys in to the realm of gaming outside of RPGs. For the majority of Squaresoft's life in the gaming industry, it has remained in its little RPG corn