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It’s all in the hands- Lichdom: Battlemage review

by 1 day ago

“Customizable” is a very fluid concept in the world of videogames, and it’s certainly been taken more and more advantage of as the technology behind our favorite entertainment grows more …

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Ouya – the perpetually moving target

by 4 days ago

The Ouya was practically the poster child for a gaming revolution.  Neither new console, nor powerful PC, this device would sport a sub-$100 price tag, run Android OS, and usher …

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Into Nexus; WildStar review

by 6 days ago

In a current market that is oversaturated with MMO’s, WildStar has an uphill battle in front of it. It is a game that has a set tone that people will …

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A Blissful Purgatory – Divinity: Original Sin Review

by 2 weeks ago

Divinity: Original Sin is a title that seems to speak to a certain kind of player. The gameplay requires experience, and to get the most out of it means having …

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We marvel at the updates that Heroes 2015 brings

by 2 months ago

Marvel Heroes 2015 isn't a new title so much as a patch to Marvel Heroes, so why are we reviewing it? Well in fact the changes have been significant, from …

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The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing II PC Review – much more for the man in the hat

by 3 months ago

A little over a month ago you might have checked out our hands-on preview of The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing II and wondered how the final product panned out. …

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Paradise by the rum distillery light – Tropico 5 review

by 3 months ago

There must come a time in the life of every dictator where they’ve just had enough. If the Communist Party leader asks for more free clinics again, or the Tropican …

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Entirely mostly intriguing- Always Sometimes Monsters review

by 3 months ago

Much like the film industry it often imitates, in the videogame world the definition of an “independent” creation operates on a sliding scale. Outside of the sheer volume of a …

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The clone is a lie – Project Temporality review

by 3 months ago

The indie gaming landscape has been absolutely sick with Portal-alikes as of late, each hoping their central navigation gimmick and idiosyncratic take on puzzle narrative can unseat the reigning champions. …

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First DLC to fall – Titanfall: Expedition review

by 3 months ago

The inevitable onslaught of Titanfall DLC has begun. Expedition, the first of three planned map packs, is now available as either a standalone package or as part of the Titanfall …

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Bound by Flame – ambitious RPG, brutal combat, and painful voicework

by 4 months ago

I have a deep appreciation for both steep difficulty and action RPGs. I’ve dabbled in Dark Souls, I’ve made a mess in Super Meat Boy, and I’ve nearly lost my …

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Elgato Game Capture HD – simple, powerful, and near perfect

by 4 months ago

Capture software and hardware has long been a part of the video gaming world. Whether you are writing reviews, capturing your best Halo or Call of Duty match, or shoutcasting …

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