A Beautiful Game: Tak Review

by 3 weeks ago

Games like chess exist outside of time. Chess feels less like a board game as we know it—with a designer, a publisher, and a discrete release date—than a fundamental element …

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Finding home: Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End review

by 4 weeks ago

Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End’s greatest strength not only is in how it succinctly wraps up the story of Naughty Dog’s beloved treasure hunter Nathan Drake, but also in how …

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Mixing the melting pot: Battleborn review

by 4 weeks ago

Since first glance, Battleborn has had an identity crisis. A new shooter from the quintessential “gun company,” Gearbox Software has struggled against attempts at labelling Battleborn within conventional genres like …

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The long and winding road: Sebastien Loeb Rally EVO review

by 4 weeks ago

Rally car racing is a strange motorsport event, representing the middle ground between multi-car racing events and a simple time trial.  Sebastien Loeb is one of the very best to …

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Runnin’ down a stream: Koi review

by 4 weeks ago

A little soul searching journey can clarify the murky darkness in your world, friend.  Clarification of the ills of your world comes in a gentle wave, and those very waves …

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Mental hell: Neverending Nightmares review

by 4 weeks ago

Neverending Nightmares is a troubling journey through one man’s own personal Hell, but it’s a journey that may not be worth taking. Telling an intimate story of the game creator’s …

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Buy, Buy, Buy: Offworld Trading Company Review

by 4 weeks ago

Imagine a real-time strategy game where micromanaging the location and movement of your military assets is a non-issue, partly because there are no military assets involved. A game where you …

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Full Steam Ahead: Silent Victory Review

by 4 weeks ago

Those familiar with Word War II know about Germany’s infamous U-boats and their relentless attacks against Allied shipping in the Atlantic Ocean.  What’s not as well known is the underwater …

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Tres gigantes: Ray Gigant review

by 1 month ago

Dungeon crawlers have always been a difficult genre for me to get into. I was never the type to break out a pen and paper to map out my route; …

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Indistinguishable: The Walking Dead: Michonne “What We Deserve” review

by 1 month ago

[The following is part three of our review of The Walking Dead: Michonne, and contains our final verdict on the series as a whole. To check out part two, click …

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Open spaces: Hitman: Episode Two review

by 1 month ago

In its first episode, Hitman shot itself in the foot. In its second, it’s learning to walk again. With its second entry, titled “World of Tomorrow,” Hitman offers a bigger …

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The indie kid’s rhythm game: LOUD on Planet X review

by 1 month ago

LOUD on Planet X is a fun and quirky addition to the rhythm game genre. It features music from all across the indie spectrum, everything from pop by Lights and CHVRCHES …

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