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Running free and strong as ever — Madden NFL 25 review

by 11 months ago

After 25 years of Madden NFL video games, we football lovers have had our fair share of triumphs and defeats.  We’ve pounded the rock, slammed the hit stick, controlled the …

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The next Chaos Theory? We review Splinter Cell: Blacklist

by 11 months ago

The Splinter Cell series has had a pretty fantastic run so far, with nearly every game scoring mid-80s or much higher. That said, Splinter Cell: Conviction received a little more …

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More of the good – Dishonored: The Brigmore Witches DLC review

by 11 months ago

Dishonored: The Brigmore Witches is the second part of the story that began with The Knife of Dunwall, as players return to the dark utopia that they know and love, …

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Red leader, standing by – Star Conflict review

by 11 months ago

Space has always been a fascination of mankind. We look to the stars, wondering what answers they might give us, wondering what secrets those mighty massive orbs hold for us, …

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So simple it’s stupid, so fun it’s genius – Divekick review

by 11 months ago

I was raised on 2D fighting games. My fondest memories include my brothers and me shoulder to shoulder, huddled in front of the TV, battling it out in great games …

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A small world after all — Disney Infinity review

by 11 months ago

As a parent, a gamer, a Disney fan, and a collector, Disney Infinity is basically my wallet's worst nightmare. The idea of taking the entire wealth of iconic Disney characters …

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The things they carried — Gone Home review

by 12 months ago

You’ve just arrived home from a year studying abroad in Europe – though the word “home” is a loose term for this place. You’ve never set foot in this house, …

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Strategy, action and politics gone awry! Divinity: Dragon Commander reviewed

by 12 months ago

Larian Studios' Divinity: Dragon Commander is a pretty aggressive game by any reasonable measure, developed with the aim of mixing turn-based, turn-based strategy with smaller-scale, real-time 'army versus army' combat. …

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Bless me bagpipes! – DuckTales: Remastered review

by 12 months ago

Dust off your Junior Woodchucks Guidebook. There’s another retro revival in town, courtesy of WayForward Technologies. The beloved Capcom 1989 NES platformer DuckTales makes a resurgence in the form of …

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Yep, it got weird. We review Saints Row IV

by 12 months ago

I’ve reviewed every single title in the Saints Row series, and I’ve played each of them not only to completion but to the point of ridiculousness.  I can’t honestly say …

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“If you feel the heat around the corner…” – Payday 2 Review

by 12 months ago

I move through the crowded jewelery store like a ghost. By the time anyone suspects anything, it's already too late. Pulling out my gun, I order the innocent shoppers to …

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Déjà vu at it’s deadliest — Cloudberry Kingdom review

by 12 months ago

Those of us who were brought up with a NES controller in our hands tend to have a special love for the old platforming adventure games.  No matter who we …

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