Today marks Too Human’s 10th anniversary. It debuted on August 19, 2008 exclusively for the Xbox 360. To call it ambitious, or to mark its history as troubled would be an understatement. Let’s start at the very beginning. Enjoy!
Titan Quest originally debuted in 2006 on PC. It wouldn’t be touched again until 2016 for mobile devices and earlier this year for PS4 and Xbox One. Now it’s the Switch’s turn. Is it worth diving back in after more than a decade? Find out in my review. Enjoy!
Special Notes: I received a Nintendo Switch review code for Titan Quest.
Red Faction Guerrilla was one of those games I missed when it originally debuted in 2009. It wasn’t from a lack of interest either. For whatever reason it just escaped me. Now, nearly a decade later, I can finally rectify my wrongs with this remastered, or excuse me, Re-Mars-tered edition. Was the wait worth it? Find out in my review. Enjoy!
Special Notes: I received a PS4 review code for Red Faction Guerrilla Re-Mars-tered.
Omega Strike is a Metroidvania about an experiment gone wrong. A mad man has created an army of mutants to take over the world and all that’s left to defend it are three soldiers. That’s the basic gist, but how is it? Find out in my review. Enjoy!
Special Notes: I received a PS4 review code for Omega Strike.
BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle puts characters from BlazBlue, Under Night In-Birth, Persona, and RWBY together into one giant fighting game akin to Marvel vs Capcom. I fell off the fighting game train years ago, but I did find myself enjoying it. How much? Find out in my review. Enjoy!
Special Notes: I received a Nintendo Switch review code for BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle.