Top 5 Metal Releases of January 2018

In my more recent experience as a young adult, a new year in metal has meant a little to look forward to and a hell of a lot to explore. I was able to check out ample amounts of new releases this past month in my spare time, and yet there were several other great releases, many of which I haven’t gotten around to checking out as of this publication. Thanks, new college semester. In any case and without further ado, here are five of my favourite metal releases from January in no particular order:
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Review: Woodle Tree Adventures Deluxe

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GAME: Woodle Tree Adventures Deluxe
PLATFORM: Nintendo Switch
DEVELOPER: Chubby Pixel
RELEASE DATE: December 21, 2017

I am and always have been very easy to satisfy when it comes to games, which is precisely why I decided to purchase Woodle Tree Adventures Deluxe after discovering it in the eShop. For a mere $4.99 I figured I couldn’t go wrong, and for the most part my expectations were met. Continue reading “Review: Woodle Tree Adventures Deluxe”

Retrospective: Chrono Trigger (1995)

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GAME: Chrono Trigger
PLATFORM: SNES
DEVELOPER: Square
RELEASE DATE: 1995

Let’s make one thing perfectly clear—I love JRPGs. They have become a major part of my life since I began to explore the genre in high school. Whenever a new year is on the horizon, I always find myself reinvigorated in terms of new games to explore. And so as we transitioned from 2017 to 2018, I decided I wanted to take my first look at a game that happens to be as old as I am: Chrono Trigger. Continue reading “Retrospective: Chrono Trigger (1995)”

First Impressions: The Evil Within 2

First let me stress: I love, love horror, and when I got my hands on The Evil Within in late 2014 I was practically glued to the game during my time off school for Christmas. To this day I still think it’s a pretty underrated game, so naturally when a sequel was announced earlier this year at E3 I was on board immediately. The first game featured a very immersive story sprawling with interesting characters, a solid crafting/upgrading system, and one of the best blends of traditional and psychological horror I’ve ever seen. From the little time I’ve spent with its sequel, all of these features appear to very much still be intact, on top of being gracefully improved. Continue reading “First Impressions: The Evil Within 2”

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