Monthly Archives: August 2014
So this blog has been going 2 years and while reviewing by text has long gone.. you can still see them here but I’ve not made a new one or an update post like this in well over a year.
Anyway over time despite only really updating with new video reviews my follower base on this site has slowly grown much quicker then when I just made text reviews. There’s now 50 of you, so hi! I’d love to know who you all our and invite you to say hi in a comment.
Let me know if you follow my growing youtube channel (Ryatta-YT.com) and what you’d like to see me review, talk about or discuss in a future topic or what you think in general as you must be following me for a reason 😀
I look forward to some day having 100 followers.. and also making it to 1000 on youtube, I’m nearing 900 there 🙂
Take care and remember to poke bunnies! 🙂
This months episode of Why You Should Play looks at the most recent Sega kart racing game and how it stands up in relation to a certain Red Plumbers most recent outing in the kart racing circuit.
The Splatters gets updated from XBLA to Steam to become Super Splatters, and today it gets reviews. Also leave a comment on the video for a chance to WIN a copy of the game
In the wake of the PT/Silent Hills demo let’s have a discussion on horror in gaming why PT is so effective as a horror experience.
Taking a look into the sequel to Golden Sun after being released onto the Wii U virtual console a few weeks ago… this is easily a 2 part story so you should play both!
The Rider film to end all Rider films.. legends return… and their original actors with them in a rather awesome film!
Anime comes to RyattaReviews starting with a review of s classic anime series that could be summer up as a fascinating mix of Digimon and How to Train Your Dragon.
Don’t let my comments fool you; I LOVED this film, but its not perfect so lets go into a few areas people seem to be not talking about for this review
This free indie game brings you a slice of text adventure RPGs past mixed with clever humor and an ascii art style that makes it more of a modern re invention of the text based game as opposed to a 1980s varient you may or may not be old enough to remember.
Finishing the week of coverage with a review of the Smash Brothers Demo, playable on the show floor on both 3DS and Wii U… with liberal application of Gamecube controllers!