Reviews

It’s all about Mii… and my friends: Miitopia Review

by 13 hours ago

I embarked on an unexpectedly charming adventure, crossing continents alongside characters such as Captain Jack Harkness, Toon Link and Zelda, and the X-Men as I tried to stop the scourge …

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Ballistic Ball Busting – Gunball VR Review

by 1 day ago

Most VR games take themselves pretty seriously. Maybe it’s a creeping horror waiting around the corner ready to scare the piss out of you. Perhaps it’s the giant mech game …

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Mine knights, I mean portal craft: Portal Knights Review

by 2 days ago

It seems to be on the forefront of every person’s mind that plays Portal Knights that it’s trying to be Minecraft. And that’s understandable, Minecraft is arguably one of the …

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Hey! This isn’t the Pikmin we were expecting, Hey! Pikmin review

by 2 days ago

Years ago, Shigeru Miyamoto had an interview with 4Gamer about the release of Pikmin 3. During that 2013 interview, he talked about prototype tests for Pikmin on the DS and …

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2,500 tons of awesome – Archangel PSVR review

by 3 days ago

Pacific Rim, MechWarrior, Robotech, Gundam, Heavy Gear, Front Mission, Armored Core, Virtual On, Steel Battalion -- the list goes on nearly forever and proves one simple fact: we are in …

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VR, VR, and the youth of the nation: Accel World vs. Sword Art Online review

by 3 days ago

Virtual reality is the next hot item in the gaming universe, but not all of us are so blessed to be able to afford the equipment needed to join in …

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A solid carry – Infinite Minigolf PS4 and PSVR Review

by 3 days ago

Minigolf, like pinball, is a drastically underserved genre. Thankfully we have Zen Studios to give us great games for both! After a successful Early Access run on Steam, Infinite Minigolf …

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One night at Freddy’s – Arizona Sunshine review

by 4 days ago

  Zombies. We have all heard of them, but these undead creatures have been overused and run into the ground due to every game developer and their mother making their …

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Fortune and Glory: The Lost Expedition Review

by 4 days ago

Nearly 100 years ago, famed British explorer Percy Fawcett set out into the Amazon rainforest in search of the city of Z, Fawcett’s name for the ruins of the mythical …

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Not pursuing my true self – I and Me review

by 4 days ago

Puzzle games were made for handhelds. Professor Layton, Zero Escape, and Box Boy are franchises that have thrived on (and in the last case, were created for) the 3DS, and …

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Among Struggles and Artists, The Lion’s Song Review

by 1 week ago

There is no doubt that Vienna, Austria had an incredible art scene in the beginning of the 20th century. Artists such as Gustav Klimt had a lasting impact and helped …

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One-trick pony: Perception Review

by 1 week ago

I don’t watch a lot of horror movies - I try to avoid things that are going to send my blood pressure into high gear - but Perception reminds me …

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