Among Struggles and Artists, The Lion’s Song Review

by 3 days 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 4 days 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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Nintendo New 2DS XL – the best DS handheld yet

by 5 days ago

Nintendo could have easily pulled the 3D hardware out of the New 3DS XL, slapped a fresh coat of paint on it, and released it as a “new 2DS” version. …

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Golarion Societies, High, Low, and Secret: Pathfinder Adventurer’s Guide Review

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With every release, Pathfinder becomes a more developed, complex, and involving game. Occult Adventures opened our minds to the unseen, Ultimate Intrigue brought political complexity into the setting, and Bestiary …

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Stay Fresh! — Splatoon 2 review

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By the end of every multiplayer match in Splatoon 2, I could feel my blood pumping with adrenaline. Even when being utterly suppressed by the enemy team, there’s an exhilarating …

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Don’t stop believin’: Implosion – Never Lose Hope review

by 7 days ago

With all the talk about Nindies and other smaller games on the eShop, Rayark Games is the best example of a great indie developer for the Switch. With Voez, the …

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The Tarnished Age: CVlizations Review

by 1 week ago

It can be a challenge for game designers to make a short civilization game. A great civilization game makes you feel like you accomplished something, whether that be conquering your …

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Nintendo does DLC right: The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild — The Master Trials review

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Matt Welsh, Editor As The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild’s first DLC pack, The Master Trials excellently capitalizes on the strong core mechanics that make up Link’s latest …

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Kirby Blows, it’s a Blast, Kirby’s Blowout Blast Review

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Sub-games have been a staple of the Kirby series ever since 1993’s Kirby’s Adventure. When you get a Kirby game, even a spin-off, you’re expected to receive some sort of …

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Sandbag soldier – Front Defense VR review

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The HTC Vive has had its fair share of decent shooters from smaller developers, but I was excited to see what one sponsored by the company would look like. Fantahorn …

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Co-op story, memento mori: Death Squared Review

by 2 weeks ago

I’m secretly convinced that Nintendo wants us to break every relationship in our lives. While games like Mario Kart and Mario Party are great fun, who hasn’t wanted to throw …

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A bloody good time: Serial Cleaner review

by 2 weeks ago

The concept of Serial Cleaner had me hooked immediately--cleaning up murder scenes in a fun 1970s aesthetic? Yes please! However, I did not expect for this to be a game …

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