One of CelJaded's most anticipated video games of 2016 gets the full review treatment.
CelJaded welcomes back cyborg troubleshooter Adam Jensen in James Swallow's newest prequel novel, Deus Ex: Black Light.
As the Eldritch Moon rises, CelJaded investigates this free-to-play CCG and uncovers why it doesn't exactly hold up a year after its original release.
Steel thy shovel and strike the earth! It's time to review Shovel Knight on the Nintendo Wii U!
Another Nintendo Wii U exclusive, Hyrule Warriors gets the full review treatment as well as an extra special rant on the nature of fan service.
The Wii U play journal continues with a detailed look at Deus Ex: Human Revolution - Director's Cut and the new content it brings to the table.
Hallowed Be Thy Game.
The Wii U play journal continues with a review of Ubisoft's one-of-a-kind 2D platformer, Rayman Legends!
Unite up for this super-powered entry in CelJaded's continuing Wii U play journal.
Ubisoft's monster exclusive gets put through the wringer.
A Wii U exclusive worth buying a console for...? Cheeky.
Uncannily good valley?
Diamonds and gems, we 'ka battle to the end.
And now we know what 'C' stands for. Crap.
A place in space more awesome than anywhere on Earth.
A story worth telling? Or just random, made-up bullshit? CelJaded looks at a new BBC drama that tackles the controversy behind Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.
A musically inclined review of Reid Turner's Audiocade: A Collection of Video Game Inspired Musings.
The pieces are coming together for Ben Prunty's second August release titled Fragments; a compilation of smooth electronic synths and fun grooves.
A review of Ben Prunty's newest project; an industrial album of creepy horror-themed music and malevolent vibes.
A tactical JRPG that has been on my shortlist for 6 long years, here is a review of the more recent PC version of this console cult favourite.