How a Game Almost Ruined My Long-Term Relationship, a Snipperclips Review

by 1 month ago

Team building exercises are a love-hate relationship in any workplace. You work together for a common goal and find your partner’s strengths along the way. At the same time, you …

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Prison? I didn’t ask for this — Deus Ex: A Criminal Past DLC review

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By the time you beat Deus Ex: Mankind Divided (our review), protagonist Adam Jensen is all but invincible courtesy of a vast array of devastating augments. Not unlike Superman, at …

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Specter Knight Rises: Shovel Knight – Specter of Torment review

by 2 months ago

It’s midnight. Somehow, it's always midnight here, but that suits the undead citizens just fine. In a purely figurative sense, the street looks rather lively. Vendors run a variety of …

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Data acquired – Darknet review

by 2 months ago

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to travel into cyberspace as an elite hacker and take over highly defended computer networks all while hearing the voice of …

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Roll away the stone: Atelier Firis: The Alchemist and the Mysterious Journey review

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Gust, the developers of the Atelier series, seem to approach each game with the same philosophy that goes into their trademark alchemy process found in each game. Taking the ingredients …

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My new OT3; Story of Seasons: Trio of Towns

by 2 months ago

We all have our own ways of unwinding. For some, it's blowing off stress in a shooter; for others, it's challenging friends to fighting or racing games, but nothing helps …

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Another glorious day in the Corps…mostly – Ghost Recon: Wildlands review

by 2 months ago

I slowly crest the hill, being careful not to silhouette myself against the horizon’s dying light.  Going prone, I pull out my sniper rifle as my ghillie suit flutters in …

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Space is hard: Homebound Review

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What child hasn't dreamed of being an astronaut? As a kid, I would sit out under the stars at night with maps of the constellations, trying to pick out the …

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Be Our Quest: Quests of Valeria Review

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The Kingdom of Valeria reels, having survived an onslaught of monstrous hordes. Now, as it recovers, guildmasters seek adventurers to explore the wild and battle strange beasts while also seeking …

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Gotta go: Fast RMX review

by 2 months ago

If there’s one franchise that Nintendo should revive for the Switch (other than Metroid, obviously), it’s F-Zero. The adrenaline-filled action mixed with great level design and punishing difficulty made for …

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Blast from the past – Super Bomberman R Switch review

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75Normally I try to put together some backstory for my review pieces, talking about the history of the series, what led to the current iteration, and the expectations you might …

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Who wouldn’t want one: Runt of the Litter review

by 2 months ago

The plethora of the stories we’ve come to love from our favorite games wouldn’t exist if not for the literature that defined entire genres. It’s because of this that I …

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