The Witness - Xbox One Review | Chalgyr's Game Room
Chalgyr's Game Room writes:
What The Witness does best is create a structured world full of freedom, which seems like a conflicting way to describe a video game. Truth of the matter is, The Witness is a difficult game to simply describe, but it is undoubtedly a powerful one that fans of puzzle games will undoubtedly love.
Pharaonic Review - CramGaming
Cram Gaming Writes: "My reviews usually begin one of two ways: I either have a very specific joke or remark in mind to begin, or I stare at the screen until I think of oneor give up and just go with something basic. In the case of Pharaonic, I stared at the screen and gave up, but not because I couldnt think of something cleveralthough for the record, I couldnt. Actually, Ive been contemplating why I spent most of my time playing the game more frustrated than having fun, and how that should alter my score, if it should at all. Pharaonic bills itself as an unforgiving action RPG inspired by Dark Souls, and after dying more often than Super Mario under the control of your grandmother playing Nintendo for the first time, I absolutely believe the developer when they claim that.
SuperPhillip Central's Favorite VGMs - Falling into Fall Edition
Phil writes, "It's now fall/autumn here in Central City, and next week the temperatures are supposed to drop into more milder numbers. While it will be a month or so until the leaves start changing color and falling from the trees, we can still celebrate the arrival of autumn with a special edition of SuperPhillip Central's Favorite VGMs!
Space Channel 5: Part 2 leads this edition off with a super cheery ending theme. Then, we continue the rhythm game genre fun with PaRappa the Rapper. Super Mario 3D World and Fantasy Life follow, and then we conclude this edition with a theme from Ys Seven. It's a wild range of music for this first edition of the Favorite VGMs for fall 2016.
Just remember to click on the VGM volume name to be taken to the YouTube video featuring that song! And if you want even more VGM goodness, check out the VGM Database. Now, let's get on to the music!"
SuperPhillip Central | Riptide GP: Renegade (iOS, Android) Review
Phil writes, "From the developer of Hydro Thunder, Vector Unit, comes a new aquatic racer with some extreme attitude and the ability to pull off some gnarly stunts. Oh, excuse me-- I'm falling back into the '90s here. Regardless, Riptide GP: Renegade is far from a relic of that era. It's modern, it's well designed, and most importantly, it's fun. Although the game is also on home consoles and PC, this version for smart devices ends up being a winner regardless, and a better deal!"