Biff Bam Pop! Kids’ Princess joins her tennis-loving Dad for a look at the recently released Mario Tennis Aces for the Nintendo Switch
I make a point of not being an overly negative reviewer here at Bif Bam Pop. I mean, I’m just some guy sitting here while others out there creating stuff. What do I know? Well, I know that Paranautical Activity is not fun on any level that I can fathom.
To tie in with the release of Incredibles 2, this month saw the release of WB Interactive Entertainment LEGO Incredibles, the first time the famous family received the LEGO video game treatment.
Ink for the Nintendo switch is not my cup of tea. I want to get that out of the way, along with the notion that my cup of tea is different from yours and yours from mine.
Detroit: Become Human is about the choices we make for our characters, and the results will play out throughout the course of the game. Choosing how you interact with whoever you encounter could result in assistance or alienation, and possibly even death for one of the three leads.
To describe what Shape of the World by Hollow Tree Games is, it‘s useful to explain first what it isn’t and the first example that springs to mind is Sonic the Hedgehog. Where Sonic is speed, danger, points, enemies and bosses, Shape of the World is the exact opposite.
There’s been some catch-up going on in our house with our Nintendo Switch reviews. I’ve got two games to talk about in this instalment, and they really couldn’t be more different from one another.
Playing the new God of War is very close to a new experience for me, and I’m walking in minus any potential baggage that may come from being a fan of the originals. For that, I’m extremely grateful.
Because God of War is epic.
BBP! guest writer Gabriel Marcoccia takes on Tesla vs. Lovecraft, which pits two unlikely rivals in an intense, thematically accurate, top down dual stick shooter.
What happens when you find a video game unplayable? Find out, plus we review the joyfully fun Scribblenauts Showdown!
Growing up in the 1980s and ’90s, I always found myself grabbing for a Choose Your Own Adventure or Twistaplot book.
Bleed 2 is a fast-paced, fluid, pixel-drawn run-and-gun style game that performs well, somewhere between a platformer and a twin-stick shooter. It’s a fun but difficult adventure that has some great pros, but also some cons.