Unstoppable force meets immovable object: Batman: The Telltale Series review

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At the end of the first season of Batman, I’m feeling conflicted about Telltale's take on the superhero and the city of Gotham. On one hand, the series absolutely lives …

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Work for Weiss: Space Rift

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In today’s video game market, VR looks like it might be the next big thing, and one of the most prominent themes is space flight. but is that all it …

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Steep Review: Fast and Flurrious

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The mountains are icy white — the clouds wool grey — and at times, sunlight breaks through the dark veil like a spotlight on the forbidding cliffs that whirl below …

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Too Much is Never Enough: Final Fantasy XV review

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    For better and worse, Final Fantasy XV’s design feels reactionary to recent criticism the series has faced. In an attempt to shake off accusations of linearity, Final Fantasy XV opens …

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    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

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    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

    by 2 months ago

    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

    by 2 months ago

    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

    by 2 months ago

    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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