Life will change: Persona 5 review

by 2 weeks ago

I’m amazed to say that after nearly 100 hours in Persona 5’s twisted depiction of Tokyo, I never once felt like it was wasting my time. In this time frame, …

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More Like Miko Mold: Miko Mole review

by 2 weeks ago

I went into Miko Mole with a bit of optimism. “Hey, it’s a new game. That’s never a bad thing, right?” Big mistake. Maybe the graphics should have tipped me …

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A thrilling throwback: Yooka-Laylee review

by 2 weeks ago

On paper, Yooka-Laylee achieves everything it sets out to do. It’s fun, full of life, and a successful homage to the golden age of Nintendo 64-era 3D platformers. Essentially, it …

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Co-op cops – LEGO City Undercover PS4 review

by 2 weeks ago

Four years ago, TT Fusion gave us another bite at the LEGO apple with a massive open world unlike any they’d ever built before. As Editor David Roberts called it, …

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Classic adventure game-a-reno: Thimbleweed Park review

by 2 weeks ago

Point-and-click adventure games are in a weird state, where every new game is supposed to be the one that brings the genre back from the dead. New games in the …

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A shooting star to break the mold: Graceful Explosion Machine review

by 2 weeks ago

The arcade shoot-em-up is a timeless genre that transcends generations of video games. Twitch-like reflexes and challenging enemy patterns are the name of the game with these games, and current …

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Mired in mediocrity: Vikings—Wolves of Midgard review

by 3 weeks ago

I had my first experience with Vikings—Wolves of Midgard last year. Although my time with the game was limited, there were some key areas in need of tweaking. Even for …

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Are you afraid of the dark? Narcosis review

by 3 weeks ago

I had a breakup with the horror genre years ago when I was banned from the spooky Halloween hayride because I accidentally, on impulse, punched one of the actors who …

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A great update to my journal – Planescape: Torment Enhanced Edition review

by 3 weeks ago

Reviewing universally loved titles decades after their release is tricky business. With that in mind, I’m not reviewing Planescape: Torment, but merely talking about the recent updates that Beamdog has …

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Adventures of a lifetime – The Legendary World of Zelda book review

by 3 weeks ago

Spanning four decades and selling through over 75 million copies, The Legend of Zelda is largely considered to be one of the most beloved franchises. I called The Legend of …

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Oh my glob, what the lump: Adventure Time: Brain Robbers review

by 3 weeks ago

Even after nearly seven years of running on television, Adventure Time never ceases to amaze me with its eclectic ensemble of characters. The colorful cast filled with different personalities guarantees …

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Two Worlds, Zero Consequences, Major\Minor Review

by 3 weeks ago

Visual Novels have been around in some form for decades. Arguably, the visual novel could be the video game successor of the “choose your own adventure book.” If done properly, …

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