REVIEW: ATTACK ON TITAN (PS4)

Even for those not intimately familiar with the Attack on Titan property, you can see at a glance how much fun a video game would be set in that universe. Featuring a cast of characters strapped to a piece of equipment that basically emulates the web-slinging powers of Spider-Man pitted against giant, genderless beasts who exist who exist only…

REVIEW: SWORD OF THE BERSERK: GUTS RAGE (SEGA DREAMCAST)

If there’s one thing you can’t criticize the Sega Dreamcast for, it’s how before its time it was: It was the first console of its generation, beating the PlayStation 2 by a year and the Xbox as well as the GameCube to market by two years; It offered online play for the first time on any…