Archive for posts tagged: Dungeon Crawler

Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity Review


Every now and then in the emerald towers of Dusty Cartridge, a game can become lost. Trapped in the void between couch cushions, dusted with a layer of Cheezel powder and underneath a pile of important documents of intricately illustrated cock and balls. With games like the The Last of Us upon us and the DC gang preparing to head to Los Angeles for E3, a little old 3DS game can become forgotten. Read More »

Video Game Face Off: The Elder Scrolls vs. Souls Series


With 25 million physical copies sold The Elder Scrolls has become one of the most successful video game franchises of all time, dwarfing Demon’s and Dark Souls humble 4 million by six-fold. But sales play no role in determining which RPG classic will advance to the 2nd round of this elimination tournament, this is all about the games themselves. Read More »

Torchlight II Review


Torchlight II is not a rhythm game, yet it is a game devoted to rhythm. There is a distinct routine, a simple cycle, which continues from its start to finish: explore an area, defeat enemies, pick up loot, become stronger, defeat area boss and move to the next area. This entire routine is played to the rhythm of a mouse click. Torchlight II is a dungeon-crawler and a role-playing game that makes no excuses for what it is. Read More »

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