Matt Cronn

Matt is a big proponent of games that tell deep stories. Mass Effect and Persona are of particular interest to him. #putyourloveglasseson

Review: Fire Emblem Warriors (Switch)

By Matt Cronn / January 23, 2018 /

Developer: Omega Force, Team Ninja Publisher: Koei Tecmo, Nintendo Genre: Action, RPG Platforms: Nintendo Switch, New Nintendo 3DS Rating: T for Teen Price: $59.99   Fire Emblem Warriors joins Hyrule Warriors in the category of Nintendo-themed Dynasty Warriors games. I personally enjoyed Hyrule Warriors quite a bit despite not actually being a huge Zelda fan. When Fire Emblem Warriors was…

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Review: Hidden Agenda (PS4)

By Matt Cronn / December 27, 2017 /

Developer: Supermassive Games Publisher: Sony Interactive Entertainment  Genre: Adventure, Narrative Platforms: PS4 Rating: M for Mature Price: $19.99       Hidden Agenda flew out under the radar after Supermassive’s well received Until Dawn. The game essentially acts as a bite-sized version of the Until Dawn experience with a story that only lasts 2 hours or so,…

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Review: Gear.Club Unlimited (Switch)

By Matt Cronn / November 27, 2017 /

Developer: Eden Games Publisher:  Microïds Genre: Racing Platforms: Nintendo Switch Rating: E for Everyone Price: $44.99     Gear.Club Unlimited is an expanded port of a mobile game that was simply titled Gear.Club. A new home on the Switch does not really manage to hide its more simple roots. While the game is fully functional…

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Review: Dishonored—Death of the Outsider (PS4)

By Matt Cronn / November 1, 2017 /

Developer: Arkane Studios Publisher: Bethesda Genre: Stealth Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, PC Rating: M for Mature Price: $29.99     Dishonored: Death of the Outsider arrives on the heels of Dishonored 2, serving as something more than just a DLC pack, but less than a full blown expansion. The title indicates that something earth-shattering for the…

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6 Reasons Why Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance is One of the Series’ Strongest Western Titles

By Matt Cronn / October 17, 2017 /

Super Smash Bros. Melee‘s introduction of Marth and Roy skyrocketed the popularity of Fire Emblem. Previously, the series was virtually unknown outside of Japan. After Smash, however, that all changed. Given the newfound interest in the series, Nintendo released the 7th Fire Emblem title, Rekka no Ken (or Blazing Sword) in the West, simply under…

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