Cities: Skylines — Easy to Build, Hard to Break

by 4 weeks ago

It’s impossible to avoid that Cities: Skylines stands on the shoulders of its predecessors. SimCity laid the foundation for modern city building games, and Cities: Skylines very much slips into …

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A whole new world — Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor 2: Record Breaker review

by 4 weeks ago

The Nintendo DS holds a special place in my heart. Years of road-tripping, traveling, and stealth-gameplay-sessions during study hall or concert band practice bonded that little red piece of hardware …

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Dating simulators are running wild — Kitty Powers’ Matchmaker review

by 4 weeks ago

Oh, dating simulators. Your existence has long been one that confused many people. The simple concept of placing someone in a virtual world where you are forced to socially interact …

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Broken Age – Better when broken

by 1 month ago

[The following contains spoilers for Act I of Broken Age, but none for Act II. Reader discretion is advised.] Given the conditions under which Broken Age was developed, it makes …

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Pretty little idols — Omega Quintet review

by 1 month ago

Compile Heart is somewhat infamous for the style of game they develop. Anime aesthetic, referential and sometimes childish humor mixed with lewd hijinks, and intricate RPG systems that provide a …

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Dig it! — Shovel Knight (PS4/Vita) review

by 1 month ago

What made the games of our childhood so special to us? Was it the straightforward nature mixed with brutal difficulty? Or perhaps it was the simplistic 8-bit visuals that allowed …

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Space Management – Space Colony Steam Edition Review

by 1 month ago

If you have played Space Colony before then let me assure you that this is the same game you’ve played before. If a set of extra campaign missions, tweaked easy …

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Crypt of the Necrodancer — Dungeon of Dance

by 1 month ago

Crypt of the Necrodancer is a one-of-a-kind rhythm rogue-like that has players battling to the beat to find mystical treasures at the bottom of a randomly-generated dungeon.  With a seemingly …

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Assassin’s Creed Chronicles: China – The Emperor’s New Clothes

by 1 month ago

There are a few franchises that we see annually. Sports titles, as well as adventure games and shooters like Assassin’s Creed, Call of Duty, and others are visited upon us …

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Los Santos is king: Grand Theft Auto V PC review

by 1 month ago

Grand Theft Auto V is to be quite frank, a port done right. It takes what is already an amazing game and improves to not only look and control better, …

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JumpJet Rex is Mega-Awesome

by 1 month ago

The average age of a “gamer,” at least according to the ESA’s measurement methodologies, is 30. That means there are more of us from the so-called Nintendo Generation who grew …

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Enter the mausoleum — The Charnel House Trilogy review

by 1 month ago

I’ve found that recently, I’ve been a little let down by the offerings of the “scary game” genre. Though face-cams and let’s plays of the recent bout of virtual haunted …

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