May 22, 2009
The latest Art Style game plays with pixels, shapes and music.
May 12, 2009
Atlus goes old-school in a game that’s niche, even for them.
Apr 27, 2009
Quirky, charming, and loaded with fun.
Apr 23, 2009
Puzzles, adventures, old British guys and a giant robot.
Apr 21, 2009
Swords, sorcery, and sacrificing your friends.
What does Nintendo’s latest handheld offer? Find out inside!
Apr 14, 2009
The review for both the DS and Wii versions inside!
Apr 9, 2009
The third Pokemon release for the system, as always, is the definitive one.
Mar 24, 2009
Rockstar Leeds creates one of the greatest games in the vast DS library.
Mar 20, 2009
Like puzzles? How about obscure Japanese mascots? If quirk is your thing, Boing! has got you covered.
Mar 15, 2009
The addicting PC puzzler can now come with you on the road.
Mar 12, 2009
The new DS RTS/RPG falls halfway between OMG and WTF.
Mar 9, 2009
The second entry in the Zenithia trilogy comes stateside for the first time; how does it hold up 17 years after its original release?
Mar 2, 2009
A sequel to the 2007 award winning, genre-defying puzzle game, Galactrix expands on the solid foundation, but how does it fare in the depths of space?
Feb 25, 2009
Nintendo finally localizes and remakes one of their early RPG gems, but how does it hold up nearly 20 years later?
Feb 2, 2009
I never knew that the Big Bang was so stylish. I also never knew that there were monkeys riding Chinese dragons there either, but you learn something new everyday.
Jan 27, 2009
Insert awful and unnecessary mystery related pun here
Jan 22, 2009
How does Renegade Kid’s graphically polished sophomore effort on the Nintendo DS hold up overall? Quite well, thank you.
Jan 17, 2009
The Need for Speed series has gone through many changes, most of which alienate one portion of the fan base or another. What did EA’s Blackbox give fans this time around?
Jan 2, 2009
The time between the end-of-year holiday rush and the new slew of first quarter releases is normally a dark one, where gamers wait for their wallets to fatten once again in order to greedily attack the next wave of fun. That’s not the case this year though, as SouthPeak games released “Mushroom Men: The Spore Wars” in December, priming it for status as a sleeper hit.