Mind-melting VR assault – Thumper review

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I’ve reviewed a ton of music titles, but I’d never run across the term “rhythm violence” for a genre. It’s a term that developer Drool self-stylized, and it might be …

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Find all the things – Watch Dogs 2 CE Prima Guide review

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Cards on the table, I tend to be a little OCD about collectables in open world games. Ubisoft titles tend to have a bevy of collectable goodies tucked away in …

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BT stands for Best Titan – The Art of Titanfall 2 review

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There is no doubt that the story of Rifleman Cooper and his impromptu-partner BT-7274 was a bit of a surprise. The single-player portions of Titanfall 2 are a triumph, and …

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Bring the Brotherhood to life – Assassin’s Creed The Official Coloring Book review

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The words “coloring book” usually bring to mind blank versions of cartoon characters that kids watch on TV, or cheesey restaurant placemats. If you’re like me, you grew up laying …

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Alola Awaits! Pokemon Sun and Moon review

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Hala, the Kahuna of Melemele Island, proudly tells you: “Only when you find the balance of the old and the new can you make something original." I could not possibly …

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In case you’d forgotten: The Amnesia Collection review

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It’s probably safe to call Amnesia: The Dark Descent one of the most influential horror games in recent memory, with games like Outlast, Daylight, and even the upcoming Resident Evil …

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For the Feast: World of Warcraft Official Cookbook review

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    With Thanksgiving around the corner, food is what it’s all about (apart from family gatherings and being grateful, that is!). Turkey, stuffing, cranberry sauce, family recipes here and there, exchanged …

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    The thoughts are free: Orwell review

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    Just how much of yourself do you share online? Would you say your computer files and your social media accounts accurately reflect your personality, interests, and motivation in life? Even …

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    Trial and Errors: High Treason! The Trial of Louis Riel Review

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    Louis Riel, the leader of a military rebellion against the Canadian government, has been captured and now stands trial. Two forces step forth: a prosecutor, who promises to bring justice …

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    Battle for boredom: Cartoon Network: Battle Crashers review

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    While people tend to reminisce on the good old days of animated juggernaut Cartoon Network with things like Johnny Bravo, Dexter’s Laboratory, and Courage the Cowardly Dog, I tend to …

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    Everybody needs a pet dinosaur – Robinson: the Journey

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    Robinson: the Journey lets you step into the shoes of a boy named Robin who, after surviving his spaceship crashing, has been surviving on a planet full of dinosaurs and …

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    One more time, old friend: Dishonored 2 review

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    Note: Dishonored 2 was co-reviewed by both Joe DeClara and Hunter Wolfe. Hunter The original Dishonored was a sleeper hit when it launched back in 2013. Like its protagonist, it …

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