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.
After finally giving in and watching Wreck-It Ralph on home video, do I think it's fit to stand alongside Pixar's best?
Can the new expansion to 2014's most disappointing download title salvage any shred of respect? Don't hold your breath, would be my advice...
The Pokémon remakes are lower on my list of series favourites, but can these new GBA throwbacks recapture some of the old magic? (Featuring guest writer Tim Joyce).
Directly inspired by (and billed as a spiritual successor to) the lauded title Sid Meier's: Alpha Centauri, it's obvious that this newest spinoff in the classic Civilization series has some pretty big shoes to fill.
Ben Prunty shot to recognition after producing audio for the hit PC game FTL and since I own his entire album collection up to this point (spoiler: they’re rather good!) I’d like to share my thoughts on each one and talk a little bit about why I like them and why you might too.
Let's find out if Magic 2015 can take on Hearthstone for the emergent title of best digital card game in CelJaded's first ever review!