With the holidays fast approaching, it seems only logical to research which products you'd like to add to your wishlist. Luckily for you, I've gone and researched this one already! SquidGrip is a... by BlackTideTV3 days ago
I'm not entirely sure how I've made it this far, but we are now at week 15 of the Legend of Zelda Rewind Review! Today we finally leave the Nintendo DS and move back to the Nintendo Wii for some... by David Fisher3 days ago
Grow Home is a 3D platformer that embraces the genre's intrinsic imprecision and creates a simple, yet often awe-inspiring adventure of an E.T.-like critter trying to find his way home. Navigating... by Joe DeClara5 days ago
We've been waiting since 2005 for a new Battlefront game. We've heard rumors and seen leaked footage of Free Radical's attempt at Battlefront 3. Now, DICE has taken it upon themselves to reboot... by Elijah Beahm6 days ago
After Japan has had access to the game for months, North American players finally get the latest iteration of the Sword Art Online saga. With the anime series recently invading Hulu, it's likely... by Ty Arthur1 week ago
Star Wars Battlefront delivers a great experience for Star Wars fans. It isn't perfect and there are things I would love to change, but it delivers well on what it set out to do.
Before I start,... by Synzer1 week ago
We're finally here: almost a year after the journey started with opening episode Iron From Ice, the saga of the Forresters comes to a close with episode six, The Ice Dragon. All the branching... by Ty Arthur1 week ago
Week 14 of the Legend of Zelda Rewind Review is here, and after briefly losing my sanity to The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass, I can safely say that Spirit Tracks has revitalized my...... by David Fisher1 week ago
Deus Ex: Revision is more than a chance for an old game to have a graphics upgrade, but a true restoration that will introduce one of the most iconic titles to a new audience.
The original Deus... by Stan Rezaee1 week ago
Fallout 4 is finally here, and for some fans of the game, a Pip-Boy has come as well. I was lucky enough to get one, and thought I would give you a little review of it and tell you if I think it... by Dennis Adame2 weeks ago
By chance, Rise of the Tomb Raider released alongside a public scuffle over Starbucks' holiday coffee cups - Starbucks' 2015 edition is solid red. No snowflakes, no snowman, no green. Just red.... by Matt_Paprocki2 weeks ago
When I first heard about Yo-Kai Watch, I'll admit that I was skeptical. A game with funky monsters that you have to befriend and use to fight other monsters? Sounds like a Pokemon rip-off. But I... by Kimberly Cooper3 weeks ago
With a setting in modern era where minds can be linked with each other and to machines, Treyarch tried to take the Black Ops series in a new direction, which they somewhat achieved. The story... by astik_anand2 weeks ago
Here at Rewind Reviews I - your beloved RR-sama - try my best to keep a level head when reviewing nostalgic titles that my readers love. At the cost of my own sanity, I have done my best to... by David Fisher2 weeks ago
As Call of Duty: Black Ops III falls into a bizarre, experimental sequence of mental instability – whereby a soldier is overcome by the faulty AI programming of his bio augmentation - it's... by Matt_Paprocki2 weeks ago
Note: This review is as spoiler free as possible. I’m going to assume you know the basic premise of the game, but I won’t spoil major plot points.
When Fallout transitioned to Bethesda, gamers... by Stephen Johnston2 weeks ago
Last year marked 2K and Yuke's first foray into the current generation of consoles with a WWE game. With WWE 2K15 2K aimed to make some big changes to the series in an attempt to make it more like... by Curtis Dillon3 weeks ago
Miles Upshur, a member of the press, receives an e-mail from an employee at Mount Massive Asylum. The e-mail speaks of horrible and illegal activity taking place from within the facility. Upshur... by Damien Smith4 weeks ago
When I was a kid, I had a recurring nightmare that I would wake from my bed, walk down the hall, and get killed by Jason Voorhees from Friday the 13th. After he stabbed or chainsawed me, I would... by Clint Pereira4 weeks ago
Halo, created to legitimize an oblong black box from Microsoft, overcame the corny essence of its initial space clichés. Space warriors, space aliens, space ships, space rings; Halo's surface... by Matt_Paprocki4 weeks ago