Protecting the base from the deep: Xenoshyft: Dreadmire review

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  While it seems like deck-building games and cooperative games have exploded, the cooperative deck-building genre is still in its infancy.  Only a few have been released in this genre.  One …

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Take a pinball to the knee: Bethesda Pinball review

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I got to go back to the ol’ Zen Pinball 2 well once again, this time with a trip dip of Bethesda Softworks based tables from their three latest major …

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Hell hath fury: Furi review

by 5 days ago

Updated on 12.5.16 for launch on Xbox One There are few games that have ever kicked my ass as much as Furi. I consider myself to be a fairly talented …

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Frozen in time: The Last Guardian Review

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Calling The Last Guardian "a product of its time" may seem like a misnomer, but, considering the game's troubled development, it isn't surprising that the long-awaited followup to Shadow of …

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Merry Christmassacre: Dead Rising 4 review

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Sometimes logic is overrated. You could seek out a video game that’s grounded in reality with deep characters and a compelling narrative, but sometimes you just want to dress up …

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Build a better port: Super Mario Maker 3DS review

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One of the surprise hits of last year, Super Mario Maker was able to connect with audiences everywhere by offering an easy to use toolset to create and share Mario …

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Conquering New Ground: 1775 Rebellion Review

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It’s not unheard of for board game companies to venture into the foray of digital games. Academy Games, a board game company with a small but impressive list of titles, …

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Nice look, nice control, formal name: Gamesir G3s Wireless Controller review

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With a controller, familiarity is king. By that metric, the Gamesir G3s Wireless Gaming Controller is a success, and that alone highlights the positive design and functionality aspects that come …

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A club above: Football Manager 17 review

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I guess that 2016 has taught me one important lesson:  I really don’t know much about anything at all in this strange and fascinating world. I was wrong on what …

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Medium Chaos Run – Dishonored 2 Prima CE Guide Review

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Dishonored 2 is very much about choice. The level of player agency in the game is so much more than the simple analog choice of stealth versus violence. Prima has …

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It’s my party, and I’ll cry if I want to: Mario Party: Star Rush review

by 2 weeks ago

Mario Party is at a weird point in its lifetime; while most people who’ve grown up with the friendship-breaking party game series have moved on, there are still some very …

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Not so realized – Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment Review

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Sword Art Online: Hollow Realization seems an apt subtitle for this game, full of half-baked ideas that don’t live up to their potential. There are no objections to the visual …

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