Fragments so small you’ll never find them all: Kingdom Hearts 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue review

by 3 weeks ago

Kingdom Hearts, in all its bizarre glory, has relished in the use of numbers and symbols to creep slowly towards the final story in its main enigmatic trilogy. The latest …

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Welcome to the family, son: Resident Evil 7 review

by 3 weeks ago

Resident Evil 7 is simultaneously the biggest departure, and the most classic addition, that the iconic horror series has seen in a long time. It is at times more modern …

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An unnecessary paint job on a Classic – Ultimate Marvel Vs. Capcom 3 review

by 4 weeks ago

Watching a professional match in Ultimate Marvel Vs. Capcom 3 (UMvC 3) is one of the most brilliant spectacles in video games. From the health bar-clearing combos to the screen-filling …

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Holy Chaos, Batman: Batman Fluxx Review

by 4 weeks ago

After gaming for awhile, I’ve discovered there are some unique personalities that come to the table. You’ve got people that rage quit, people that take a month to take an …

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Get to work, human meatbag! – Job Simulator PSVR review

by 4 weeks ago

There’s no doubt that the PlayStation 4’s PSVR system has had a pretty solid launch. Many of the products that arrived on launch day were of the simulation variety, eschewing …

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Streets Running Red: Curse of the Crimson Throne Review

by 4 weeks ago

Korvosa, a great city seated at the edge of the Varisian wilds, is in turmoil. A curse hangs over the rulers, dooming each who ascend the throne to an early …

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An Artistic Attempt: Don’t Open the Doors Review

by 1 month ago

The claymation look of Don’t Open the Doors is a stark contrast to most modern games, It’s a new concept to many people who aren’t familiar with the history of …

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Fangs Out: Sims 4 Vampires review

by 1 month ago

The Sims 4 is notorious for zany, outlandish, and wild gameplay and the newest game pack, Vampires, intelligently adds to it. It also introduces new ideas, gameplay elements and great …

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All of life is peaks and Shallies: Atelier Shallie Plus: Alchemists of the Dusk Sea review

by 1 month ago

The Atelier series has become a steady source of incredibly fun JRPGs in the past few years. Routinely releasing a new game with similar but tweaked game mechanics keeps each …

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Into the Heart of Darkness: Faith: A Garden in Hell Review

by 1 month ago

Faith: the Sci-fi RPG was one of last year’s best releases. Its fresh new take on religion in gaming, intricate political universe, and melding the boardgame’s style with roleplay paved …

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Greater than zero: Yakuza 0 review

by 1 month ago

Sandbox games, by nature, generally offer a lot of content. There are a series of challenges scattered around the map, giving the player a large playing field with things to …

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A lot to do in 2064: Read Only Memories

by 1 month ago

Read Only Memories is a delightful retro-inspired game exploring artificial intelligence, the future of technology, and what it means to be human. Confronting several current social issues as well as …

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