Category: Reviews

  • Hall of Fame: Revisited – Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

    Hall of Fame: Revisited – Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

    After six years — Terry Randolph finally played Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. See what his thoughts are, as well as if he feels it’s still a Hall of Fame game.

    After six years — Terry Randolph finally played Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. See what his thoughts are, as well as if he feels it’s still a Hall of Fame game.

  • LTG Book Review – Versus

    LTG Book Review – Versus

    As evidenced in recent years by the likes of outstanding authors like Brett Weiss and Patrick Hickey Jr., the time for writing video game history at a high level has truly arrived. Yet as more books come out, it’s becoming a bit too obvious to merely say that. While gaming may now be more profitable…

    As evidenced in recent years by the likes of outstanding authors like Brett Weiss and Patrick Hickey Jr., the time for writing video game history at a high level has truly arrived. Yet as more books come out, it’s becoming a bit too obvious to merely say that. While gaming may now be more profitable…

  • LTG Hall of Fame Review: Cuphead (2017)

    LTG Hall of Fame Review: Cuphead (2017)

    By Marshall Garvey A Devil of a Gamble, and One Hell of a Triumph Year in and year out, developers and players across the world hunger for the next big thing. When E3 convenes every June (well…almost every June), the hype machine kicks into overdrive for the next title that promises bigger worlds, crisper graphics,…

    By Marshall Garvey A Devil of a Gamble, and One Hell of a Triumph Year in and year out, developers and players across the world hunger for the next big thing. When E3 convenes every June (well…almost every June), the hype machine kicks into overdrive for the next title that promises bigger worlds, crisper graphics,…

  • LTG Book Review: The SNES Omnibus, Vols. 1 & 2

    LTG Book Review: The SNES Omnibus, Vols. 1 & 2

    By Marshall Garvey As video games continue to soar as a cultural juggernaut, now making more money as an industry than both the film and music ones combined, the need for books that aptly compile their history grows accordingly. Not just any kind of book, but more specifically big books, the kind of exhaustive tomes…

    By Marshall Garvey As video games continue to soar as a cultural juggernaut, now making more money as an industry than both the film and music ones combined, the need for books that aptly compile their history grows accordingly. Not just any kind of book, but more specifically big books, the kind of exhaustive tomes…

  • The Rise of Skywalker: What I Would’ve Done Differently

    The Rise of Skywalker: What I Would’ve Done Differently

    By Michael Ros   SPOILER ALERT FOR THE RISE OF SKYWALKER. READ AT YOUR OWN DISCRETION. First off, let me preface this by saying that I know this film had so much stacked against it. Carrie Fisher’s tragic passing created an impossible hurdle that, if handled wrong, would really cripple the film. Fan expectations were…

    By Michael Ros   SPOILER ALERT FOR THE RISE OF SKYWALKER. READ AT YOUR OWN DISCRETION. First off, let me preface this by saying that I know this film had so much stacked against it. Carrie Fisher’s tragic passing created an impossible hurdle that, if handled wrong, would really cripple the film. Fan expectations were…

  • LTG Halloween Review: “Man of Medan” (2019)

    LTG Halloween Review: “Man of Medan” (2019)

    By Marshall Garvey In 2015, UK developer Supermassive Games added a pinnacle chapter to the survival horror genre with their first foray into it, Until Dawn. The game’s story of a group of attractive teenagers isolating themselves in a remote lodge to mark the anniversary of a friend’s death seemed like one unbecoming of a…

    By Marshall Garvey In 2015, UK developer Supermassive Games added a pinnacle chapter to the survival horror genre with their first foray into it, Until Dawn. The game’s story of a group of attractive teenagers isolating themselves in a remote lodge to mark the anniversary of a friend’s death seemed like one unbecoming of a…

  • The Marvel Cinematic Universe, Ranked Worst to Best

    The Marvel Cinematic Universe, Ranked Worst to Best

    By Marshall Garvey   In 2018, Last Token Gaming marked the release of Steven Spielberg’s Ready Player One with LTG’s first month-long project, Spielberg Month. In addition to a review of the film and other pieces on Spielberg-related video games, I concluded it with a thorough ranking of all 32 of the director’s movies. The…

    By Marshall Garvey   In 2018, Last Token Gaming marked the release of Steven Spielberg’s Ready Player One with LTG’s first month-long project, Spielberg Month. In addition to a review of the film and other pieces on Spielberg-related video games, I concluded it with a thorough ranking of all 32 of the director’s movies. The…

  • Kingdom Hearts 3 Review #2 – Worth the Wait

    Kingdom Hearts 3 Review #2 – Worth the Wait

      No introduction is needed for this game. Let’s face it: Kingdom Hearts 3 has been talked about for a long, long time. If you have heard about the game, you know how long we had to wait to see the third major entry in the series after seeing 2 major Kingdom Hearts titles and…

      No introduction is needed for this game. Let’s face it: Kingdom Hearts 3 has been talked about for a long, long time. If you have heard about the game, you know how long we had to wait to see the third major entry in the series after seeing 2 major Kingdom Hearts titles and…

  • Kingdom Hearts III Review #1 – Long, Grandiose…But Just a Bit Short

    Kingdom Hearts III Review #1 – Long, Grandiose…But Just a Bit Short

    Title: Kingdom Hearts 3 Release Date: January 29, 2019 Rating: E10+ (E for Everyone ages 10 and older) Developer: Square Enix Producer: Square Enix Platforms: Playstation 4 (Reviewed), Xbox One   Review Run: 33 hours 23 minutes on Proud Mode (All Worlds + Secret Ending)   Fourteen years. Five side titles across multiple consoles. A…

    Title: Kingdom Hearts 3 Release Date: January 29, 2019 Rating: E10+ (E for Everyone ages 10 and older) Developer: Square Enix Producer: Square Enix Platforms: Playstation 4 (Reviewed), Xbox One   Review Run: 33 hours 23 minutes on Proud Mode (All Worlds + Secret Ending)   Fourteen years. Five side titles across multiple consoles. A…

  • LTG Movie Review – The Lost Arcade (2015)

    LTG Movie Review – The Lost Arcade (2015)

    By Marshall Garvey What was the arcade you loved? More specifically….what was the one you lived as well as loved? The place where you spent a GDP level of quarters, where friendships began and ended with rivalries at fighting games, where everyone came to marvel at the local king of Street Fighter, where the cooing blips and bloops…

    By Marshall Garvey What was the arcade you loved? More specifically….what was the one you lived as well as loved? The place where you spent a GDP level of quarters, where friendships began and ended with rivalries at fighting games, where everyone came to marvel at the local king of Street Fighter, where the cooing blips and bloops…