Great sound, with limits: Enhance GX-H3 headset review

by 1 month ago

Gamers on a budget, such as myself, often do not have the means to have the nicer periphery needed for premium PC gaming.  Other gamers have people in the home …

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Ain’t gonna let the revelator bring us down: Guilty Gear Xrd -Revalator- review

by 1 month ago

I’m not saying you should become a junkie.  In fact, I am definitively and absolutely saying that you should never, ever become a junkie.  That said, a thick, beefy line …

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Building a Better Maze Trap: Maze Racers Review

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When I’m doing a review, I do a lot more than rush through the rules and play the game. I like to think about what I just played and discover …

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Bounce into action: Senran Kagura Shinovi Versus review

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Senran Kagura Shinovi Versus (hereafter SKSV) is a game bursting at the seams with shamelessness and T&A - but mostly the T&A. Developed by Tamsoft of Hyperdimension Neptunia fame, the …

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Back to Banoi: Dead Island Definitive Edition review

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Zombie games are what I would consider my bread and butter. They don’t have to be flawless creations, but if they have an interesting story and decent weapon variety, I’ll …

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Lunch break: The Sims 4 Dine Out review

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The original Sims 4 had a lukewarm reception. It was missing features and elements that Sim fans expected to be in a Sims game. Through patching and content packs released …

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You can (not) absorb: Kirby: Planet Robobot review

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Many of Kirby’s recent outings have been permutations on a formula, a series of mash-ups and experiments succeeding or failing at random. Kirby plus yarn? Meh. Kirby plus paintings? Alright. …

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“You really want a happy ending, don’t you?” – Witcher 3: Blood and Wine review

by 2 months ago

The story of The Witcher 3: Blood and Wine calls Geralt to a new country in the Continent (yes, that is really the name of the land in The Witcher) …

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The Limits of a Bluff: Prohis Review

by 2 months ago

Successful smugglers can only move their wares past the authorities with careful planning, deep intuition, and a sense of daring. Prohis is a three to six player card game designed …

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My creation, is it real?: Atelier Sophie: The Alchemist of the Mysterious Book review

by 2 months ago

The Atelier series is an underdog in the JRPG world that had one particular standout performance on the PlayStation 2, and has since been a source of reliably fun, but never …

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Loving the Other: Hitman Episode 3 review

by 2 months ago

Note: The wonderful Blake Hester is on a short hiatus, so in his absence, I’ll be stepping in to cover the Hitman episodes until his return. I’m honored to follow …

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A tale worth telling twice: Odin Sphere: Leifthrasir review

by 2 months ago

Not many games get a second chance at life like Odin Sphere. A PlayStation 2 role-playing game, released in the twilight years of the console’s lifetime, Odin Sphere was the …

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