Ryan Taylor

Grew up playing the Nintendo 64 where I fell in love with the Legend of Zelda series. As I got older though my console of choice changed, first to PS2, and then finally to the Xbox 360, which I've been playing on for over a decade now. And since my first day booting up my Xbox, I've upgraded consoles and even built a gaming PC. Because at the end of the day I just love gaming.

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Dragon’s Dogma 2 Review

If you liked the first game, or if you are looking for an action RPG with epic fights, then Dragon’s Dogma 2 is a must-have.

PlateUp! Review

Before PlateUp! released, I never would’ve thought that running a restaurant would make for a fun roguelite game, but I am glad it has proved me wrong.

Flooded Review

Flooded is a unique take on the city building genre; a game that can hold your attention for several hours with ease.

Song of Nunu: A League of Legends Story Review

The story, world building, characters, and sound design are where Song of Nunu: A League of Legends Story excels.

Saga of the Moon Priestess Review

I didn’t hate my time with Saga of the Moon Priestess, but there are a lot of rough edges that still need to be polished.

Turnip Boy Robs a Bank Review

You'll enjoy your time with Turnip Boy a lot more on the second go around in Turnip Boy Robs a Bank.

Have a Nice Death Review

There is a lot of personality in Have a Nice Death. The animation is fluid and the character and sound design are phenomenal. It is a challenging game that doesn’t forgive mistakes, so it won’t be fun for those looking for a casual game. But if you like a roguelike that will push you to the edge, Have a Nice Death is a welcome addition to your game library.

Avatar: The Last Airbender – Quest for Balance Review

Avatar: The Last Airbender - Quest for Balance tries to do way too much.

Rayland 2 Review

It’s hard to make a case for Rayland 2 being your first choice when it comes to buying a new puzzle game. However, if you want to kill an hour or two, and you need an extra 2000 Gamerscore in the bank, then it’s certainly an option.

Blasphemous 2 Review

If you enjoyed the first Blasphemous, then getting hold of Blasphemous 2 is a given. Everything that was great about the first game has been built on in the second, with nearly all issues addressed.

Rogue Spirit Review

If you are a fan of roguelites then don't rule out Rogue Spirit. It’s not a game for genre newbies, but if you need something different, Rogue Spirit may be for you.

CONVERGENCE: A League of Legends Story Review

CONVERGENCE: A League of Legends Story is definitely geared towards more casual platformer gamers and as far as metroidvanias go, there are better ones out there.

Overloop Review

If you are looking for a casual puzzle-platformer that you can beat in an afternoon, then Overloop is a neat little game to pick up.

Nocturnal Review

Nocturnal is a short, yet enjoyable experience. The platforming and visuals are the best aspects of the game.

Mangavania Review

Overall, there is just a lack of polish in Mangavania, but thankfully it is rather short and you do get an easy 1000 Gamerscore pocketed for finishing it.

Revita Review

Revita is a game that is worth the investment. Once you get into it, you’ll find yourself sinking in the hours.

The Mageseeker: A League of Legends Story Review

Overall and whilst you may find the opening of The Mageseeker: A League of Legends Story to be a bit of a slow burn, the more you play the more invested you will become.

Nuclear Blaze Review

Nuclear Blaze is a short and sweet game that can take up a chunk of your day if you feel like trying something new.

Afterimage Review

Afterimage is one of those games in which you’ll need to actively switch between different weapons based on the boss you are up against, because almost all of them feel good to use depending on the situation.

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