Josh Brant

I love God, my family, friends, and my favorite hobby of all: video games! You can find me podcasting, writing, and trying to enjoy life to its fullest.

Review: Apex Construct (PS VR)

By Josh Brant / September 17, 2018 /

Developer: Fast Travel Games Publisher: Fast Travel Games Genre: Action, Shooter Platforms: PS VR, PC Rating: E for Everyone Price: $29.99 Apex Construct is a first-person action title and the debut project from developer Fast Travel Games. It is a sci-fi archery shooter set in a uniquely realized futuristic universe. Most importantly, Apex Construct was…

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Review: Mugsters (PS4)

By Josh Brant / August 7, 2018 /

Developer: Reinkout Games Publisher: Team 17 Genre: Action, Adventure Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PC Rating: T for Teen Price: $14.99 Some games catch your eye when looking through the endless barrage of new indie releases and Mugsters from Reinkout Games and Team 17 stood out. With a unique art style and gameplay that…

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Review: The Lost Child (PS4)

By Josh Brant / July 9, 2018 /

Developer: Kadokawa Games Publisher: NIS America Genre: Dungeon-RPG, Adventure Platforms: PS4, Nintendo Switch, PS Vita Rating: T for Teen Price: $49.99   In 2018 most games are incredibly fluid, from arcade action to walking simulators, and everything in between. On one end of the spectrum you have non-stop action, and the other you have investigative…

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Review: Yoku’s Island Express (Xbox One)

By Josh Brant / June 8, 2018 /

Developer: Villa Gorilla Publisher: Team17 Genre: Action, Pinball Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC Rating: E for Everyone Price: $20.00 Standing out from the crowd of platforming and Metroidvania types of titles is a necessity nowadays for developers to be successful. Developer Villa Gorilla is trying to do just that with their experimental pinball title,…

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Review: Subaeria (Xbox One)

By Josh Brant / May 21, 2018 /

Developer: Studios Illogika Publisher: Studios Illogika Genre: Action, Roguelite Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, PC Rating: T-for-Teen Price: $14.99 The roguelite genre has become formulaic and predictable by now with procedurally generated levels and rooms consisting of different enemies to destroy in order to move on. I love a good roguelite, but with the abundance of…

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