Andrew is 23 years old. The first console I owned was the NES and I have owned one gaming console each generation and each of them have been Nintendo consoles with the exception of last generation where Elder Scrolls IV wooed me over to the 360. I wrote so many long boring reports for college that I decided to now write about my favorite hobby: video games.

By Andrew On 21 Nov, 2013 At 01:17 PM | Categorized As Wii U Reviews | With 1 Comment
phoenix wright

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney -Dual Destinies review This newest installment in the Ace Attorney franchise has had much to live up to.  It is the first game in the series to be on the 3DS, and thus it is the first game to move away from the 2d sprites that made up its earlier games, […]

By Andrew On 18 Oct, 2013 At 11:51 AM | Categorized As 3DS, 3DS Reviews, Reviews | With 5 Comments
kingdom hearts dream drop distance

Kingdom Hearts is a series that, in theory, shouldn’t work.  Created by Square Enix and Disney, Kingdom Hearts uses the light, friendly Disney characters and themes and makes it all as hopelessly complicated as a typical JRPG.  Somehow, though, it comes together in a way that it retains the Disney charm we all grew up […]

By Andrew On 10 Oct, 2013 At 09:39 AM | Categorized As Reviews, Wii U, Wii U Reviews | With 2 Comments
splinter cell blacklist

Splinter Cell: Blacklist (Wii U) Review In recent years, big name stealth games have had a troubled existence.  Seeing the recent Call of Duty FPS boom big name publishers have started to put more and more action elements in their formerly very slow paced stealth games.  This was the case with the previous game in […]