A small shout out to a bigger world: The Huntsman: Winter’s Curse review

by 8 hours ago

As one of the few people who happened to enjoy the 2012 adaptation, Snow White and the Huntsman, but also one of the people who wish The Huntsman: Winter’s War …

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Papa was a rolling stone: Sally’s Law review

by 12 hours ago

If you’ve ever had a streak of bad luck, you’re probably familiar with the term Murphy’s law: anything that can go wrong will go wrong. However, there exists a lesser …

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Out of sight, out of mind – StarCraft 2: Nova Covert Ops DLC 2 review

by 24 hours ago

The story of StarCraft’s stealthy and stylish covert operative, Nova, continues in the second batch of new single-player downloadable missions for StarCraft 2 released by Blizzard. The newest missions pick …

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808s and bone breaks: The Metronomicon review

by 1 day ago

The Metronomicon is not here to make new proclamations about the status of music.  It’s fairly well known that music is a deadly weapon. Whether you’re getting “down with the sickness” …

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Absurdity, death and technicolor: One Way Trip review

by 1 day ago

I’ve done some things that, looking back, I may not have been too proud of had it been known outside the seedy apartments I was in. One of my favorites …

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Hue Blue Me Away: Hue review

by 2 days ago

Is there more to life than what is in front of us? Hue tackles this question through both its story and its gameplay focusing on the use of colors to …

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To adorable and beyond: Grow Up review

by 3 days ago

It’s rare that one can find a game so equally calming and challenging at the same time. Ubisoft’s Grow Up can be described as one of those games. BUD is …

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You’re dead if you run out of gas: Attack on Titan review

by 4 days ago

You're the prey, and we're the hunters. Attack on Titan is one of the most beloved anime in recent memory. Revered for its intense story, beautiful yet graphic animation, and …

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Just as in Life: Unfair Review

by 4 days ago

I probably shouldn’t admit the countless hours I spent playing Rollercoaster Tycoon. I’d tweak my coasters for maximum thrill, and when that didn’t work I’d drop the occasional ungrateful patron …

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Shiny, but not strategic: Meridian: Squad 22 review

by 4 days ago

A game designed and developed entirely by one person is impressive. Considering the low price tag of $15 for Meridian: Squad 22, it does boast some fantastic visuals and sound. …

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Return to the Past: Labyrinth Second Edition Review

by 5 days ago

[caption id="" align="alignright" width="225"] A simplified example of how your dungeon will come to be.[/caption] We just descended to the fourth level and I am beginning to doubt if we …

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Peaks and valleys: Valley review

by 5 days ago

The first 15 minutes of Valley are some of the most confusing moments I’ve ever experienced in a game. You find yourself waking up on an excluded island, discover strange …

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