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The Dark Lord of the Couch – Diablo III review

by 11 months ago

Blizzard has always been a PC-centric company, but with the release of Diablo III in May of last year, the control scheme hinted at something interesting - a potential console …

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A confusing case — The Bureau: XCOM Declassified review

by 11 months ago

The Bureau: XCOM Declassified was met with severe scrutiny upon its announcement way back in 2010. Since then, The Bureau has changed significantly, including a switch from being a first-person …

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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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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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Bless me bagpipes! – DuckTales: Remastered review

by 11 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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Let R.I.P.D. The Game R.I.P.

by 1 year ago

At one time you were guaranteed a terrible game if it had some kind of license, but that has changed in recent years.  For instance, the Batman games are great …

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Our common sense is tingling – we review Deadpool

by 1 year ago

Deadpool has not gotten a fair shake.  Wolverine gets game after game while Deadpool continues to get bit parts and cameos.  Audiences around the world yawned at the awful treatment …

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If you’re not first, you’re probably second — GRID 2 Review

by 1 year ago

Racing is all about power, speed, control, and spicy locales in which to show off those attributes in front of thousands of screaming fans.  GRID 2, the sequel to Codemasters’ …

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An axe to grind in the Sacred Citadel

by 1 year ago

Arcade games came from a simpler time - you had a joystick, a few buttons and a coin slot. Your skill was used to determine how cheap your entertainment was. …

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Going where no man wants to go — Star Trek Xbox 360 Review

by 1 year ago

When I saw the JJ Abrams Star Trek movie, I walked out with mixed emotions. I enjoyed it, but I kept on saying to myself (*spoiler alert*), "Vulcan isn't the …

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Taking the easy way ain’t always easy – God Mode review

by 1 year ago

Sometimes, the simplicity of gaming yesteryear creeps up in a nostalgic bid for our gaming dollars. Sadly, the experience is often attached to buyers remorse - either because the experience …

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