Nope – Sonic Lost World (3DS) Review

by 11 months ago

Sonic Lost World on 3DS is a terrible, terrible game. You can take that sentence away with you and get all you really need, and you can check out our …

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Mario on speed – Sonic Lost World (Wii U) review

by 11 months ago

The spikey, blue haired, red boot-wearing hedgehog is back and he’s tearing up the speed limit in this Nintendo-exclusive title, Sonic Lost World. Fans of the series can breathe a …

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Hand-crafted charm — The Inner World review

by 11 months ago

Okay, so here’s the thing: I don’t really like Point-and-Click adventure games. Maybe it’s because I never played Zork, or any of the classic Monkey Islands. Even the fascinating and …

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“I accidentally a game” — Airship Dragoon review

by 11 months ago

Airship Dragoon is a turn-based strategy game that takes place in the steampunk land of Pangaea. Players must strategically conquer the land with their dirigible and fight on foot, soldier-to-soldier, …

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Swappable unstoppable? Skylanders SWAP Force review

by 11 months ago

Skylanders SWAP Force for Xbox 360 is my first foray into the well established world of Skylanders - the third in a series published by Activision and developed by Vicarious Visions. …

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Skylanders SWAP Force on 3DS – not just another copycat.

by 11 months ago

I have already written an extensive review of the Skylanders: SWAP Force for the Xbox 360 and covered a lot of ground. You might think this review is redundant: think again. …

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More of the same, but different — Prime World review

by 12 months ago

To define Prime World as a MOBA would be an extreme over-simplification. Developed by Nival, Prime World offers lasting hero development like an RPG with single-player battles that follow some …

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Let’s go clubbin’ another night – Cavemania review

by 12 months ago

Cavemania is likely to be one of the most infuriatingly addictive games you'll play this year. The adorable art style, playful humor, and simplistic match-three mechanics make the game as …

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Ghost trick – Beyond: Two Souls review

by 12 months ago

The press sheet for Beyond: Two Souls uses the phrase “emotional” nearly a half-dozen times. Special care was made to painstakingly capture the likenesses and actions of real life actors …

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Funny farm, now with coyote archers – Rune Factory 4 review

by 12 months ago

A simple summation of Rune Factory 4 would be that it's a more proactive Animal Crossing. That would be a disservice though, since when given time, the game is so …

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A truly bountiful voyage – Rise of Venice review

by 12 months ago

For a number of years now, some very clever developers over at German studio Gaming Minds have been churning out solid titles centered on prudent trading and fierce tactical battles …

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Orks, guns and level restarts – Shadowrun Returns (iOS) review

by 12 months ago

Shadowrun Returns is another incredible Kickstarter success story, a game whose developers asked for 400k in funds and ended up with close to 2 million by the time all was …

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