Darkain Arts Gamers

Fantastic Lego And When To Build Them

REVIEW: Injustice 2

The original Injustice was a fresh idea based around the expanded mechanics of the Mortal Kombat franchise. Adding things such as environmental objects in the […]

Read More

REVIEW: Touhou Genso Wanderer and Double Focus

I have to admit something. When I first got into this game, and the accompanying Touhou Double Focus, I had no clue what the series […]

Read More

REVIEW: Shantae: Half-Genie Hero

When you support a Kickstarter the usual rule of thumb is that you shouldn’t get your hopes up. Often times Kickstarter projects, even ones that […]

Read More

REVIEW: Exile’s End

The Metroidvania style of game is one that many people have fond memories of, especially if you grew up in the days of the original […]

Read More

REVIEW: Rise Of Iron

Considering it sounds like Bungie was hoping to have Destiny 2 out by now and Rise of Iron wasn’t originally in the cards, you’d be […]

Read More

REVIEW: LEGO Star Wars The Force Awakens

LEGO games have gone through many adventures. It’s a hit phenomenon that has even spun off a “toys to life” NFC game with LEGO Dimensions. […]

Read More

REVIEW: Chronicles of Teddy: Harmony of Exodus

I really didn’t know what to expect when I downloaded Chronicles of Teddy: Harmony of Exodus on my Wii U. I had a basic understanding […]

Read More

REVIEW: Blood Bowl 2

Blood Bowl 2 is a fantastic game for RPG combat fans who want something different to do in the battlefield. It feels like a tabletop […]

Read More

REVIEW: Adventure Time Finn & Jake Investigations

Adventure Time: Finn & Jake Investigations isn’t a hard game by any means. In fact it’s a little bit too easy. The battles aren’t necessarily […]

Read More

REVIEW: LEGO Dimensions

If you’ve been into any NFC figure game, which LEGO Dimensions is, you know how daunting those shelves filled with figures can be. Fortunately Dimensions […]

Read More