A solid carry – Infinite Minigolf PS4 and PSVR Review

by 4 weeks ago

Minigolf, like pinball, is a drastically underserved genre. Thankfully we have Zen Studios to give us great games for both! After a successful Early Access run on Steam, Infinite Minigolf …

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One night at Freddy’s – Arizona Sunshine review

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  Zombies. We have all heard of them, but these undead creatures have been overused and run into the ground due to every game developer and their mother making their …

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Fortune and Glory: The Lost Expedition Review

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Nearly 100 years ago, famed British explorer Percy Fawcett set out into the Amazon rainforest in search of the city of Z, Fawcett’s name for the ruins of the mythical …

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Not pursuing my true self – I and Me review

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Puzzle games were made for handhelds. Professor Layton, Zero Escape, and Box Boy are franchises that have thrived on (and in the last case, were created for) the 3DS, and …

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Among Struggles and Artists, The Lion’s Song Review

by 1 month ago

There is no doubt that Vienna, Austria had an incredible art scene in the beginning of the 20th century. Artists such as Gustav Klimt had a lasting impact and helped …

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One-trick pony: Perception Review

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I don’t watch a lot of horror movies - I try to avoid things that are going to send my blood pressure into high gear - but Perception reminds me …

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Nintendo New 2DS XL – the best DS handheld yet

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Nintendo could have easily pulled the 3D hardware out of the New 3DS XL, slapped a fresh coat of paint on it, and released it as a “new 2DS” version. …

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Golarion Societies, High, Low, and Secret: Pathfinder Adventurer’s Guide Review

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With every release, Pathfinder becomes a more developed, complex, and involving game. Occult Adventures opened our minds to the unseen, Ultimate Intrigue brought political complexity into the setting, and Bestiary …

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Stay Fresh! — Splatoon 2 review

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By the end of every multiplayer match in Splatoon 2, I could feel my blood pumping with adrenaline. Even when being utterly suppressed by the enemy team, there’s an exhilarating …

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Don’t stop believin’: Implosion – Never Lose Hope review

by 1 month ago

With all the talk about Nindies and other smaller games on the eShop, Rayark Games is the best example of a great indie developer for the Switch. With Voez, the …

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The Tarnished Age: CVlizations Review

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It can be a challenge for game designers to make a short civilization game. A great civilization game makes you feel like you accomplished something, whether that be conquering your …

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Nintendo does DLC right: The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild — The Master Trials review

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Matt Welsh, Editor As The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild’s first DLC pack, The Master Trials excellently capitalizes on the strong core mechanics that make up Link’s latest …

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