Marcus Nebro

I got my start with gaming a little bit on the late side, starting early Xbox 360, and since then I haven't looked back. I play a little bit of everything, but my favorite genres are RPG's and FPS's. I just discovered my passion for writing about games and I cant wait to do more of that!

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Tesla Force Review

10tons have managed to recreate that feeling of running out of time, surrounded on all sides, and even sometimes fares better than many games in recent memory. While Tesla Force on Xbox is lacking in variety, especially upon repeat playthroughs, what it does have to offer has continuously dragged me back in for more.

Lord of the Click Review – The Clicks Aren’t Worth the Risk

Lord of the Click on Xbox One doesn’t do anything to keep you playing. The act of clicking is uncomfortable, not to mention worrying, and the upgrades are about as boring as you can get. At the end of the day, the only real selling point is the cheap price and easy Gamerscore. Unless you're desperate, I wouldn’t recommend picking this one up.

Clan N Review

Creamative has put a lot of work into Clan N on Xbox One, and it shows. Not only does the game both look and play great, there is a solid amount of content available. Not everything is a home run though. The obscure nature of what some stats do, and when you level up, can make things tedious at times. But between the seven levels, two campaigns, and mini-games that are found throughout, there is enough here to warrant the asking price.

A Summer with the Shiba Inu Review – A Round of Apaws

Syd’s journey to find her brother honestly feels more like a journey to find herself. And with the help of her two friends Max and Quei-Li, A Summer with the Shiba Inu was a journey I found myself wanting to go through multiple times.

Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom Review

My feelings with this game are very conflicted. On one hand you can easily see the care and dedication the team have put into it, pouring their heart and soul into Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom. As a result we get a beautiful game, with a fantastic art style, moving music and and interesting gameplay mechanics. Unfortunately though, the experience is marred by laborious level design and a lack of information.

Storm Boy Review

Blowfish Studios' newest venture is an attempt to translate a beloved children's story into a game. It's an interesting proposition as nowadays we rarely see story adaptations in the games industry, let alone a book to game adaptation. It poses many challenges unique to this situation, some of which Blowfish Studios handle with great ease. But the whole experience gets marred down by a few glaring issues.

Shadow of Loot Box Review

Shadow of Loot Box doesn't hesitate to poke fun at the games industry at every turn it can. Taking aim at the tendency to release buggy unfinished products, to the true emptiness found in most open world games, Ratalaika Games take no prisoners in their attempt to point out the idiocy of some of our practices. While this provides a ton of room for creativity and diversity, the game fails to execute on many levels.

Nickelodeon: Kart Racers Review

Licensed games are not nearly as prevalent as they used to be. It might be easy to forget just how shameless some of these were in trying to making a quick buck at the expense of young fans of the respective properties. Still, nowadays we see some of them come around every now and then, allowing us to often turn a blind eye. On the off-chance you might pick them up, they tend to be rather poor in quality. I think it was this ingrained low expectation that made my time with Nickelodeon: Kart Racers as enjoyable as it was.

Chronus Arc Review

It's been years since the JRPG had the same clout it used to. Unfortunately, the near 10 hour journey through the world of Chronus Arc does little to aid this.

Pizza Titan Ultra Review

Pizza Titan Ultra delivers on the absurdity that is its promise. You play as a 10-story tall mech running through 8 distinct maps and 32 missions, punching holes through the sides of buildings to deliver pizza. Each delivery gives you more time on the always running out clock, and more money to your total. The maps are littered with items to collect, including floating future money, time pickups to help keep the clock at bay, walk-in clients and hidden special ingredients.

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