Reviews

Rolling on all cylinders- Rollers of the Realm review

by 2 days ago

 Before the simulator, before the platformer, and before whack-a-mole, there was pinball. Forever lurking somewhere in the corners of the gaming world, pinball has persisted for over seventy years as …

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World of Warcraft: Warlords of Draenor is the pinnacle of this long-running MMORPG

by 2 days ago

World of Warcraft has been around so long it surprises me that it’s still something so many people are playing and thinking about. I can’t believe a game I started …

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Super Smash Bros. for the Wii U is even better than you expected

by 7 days ago

It’s been exactly two years since Nintendo released the Wii U, a console that gamers have had a difficult time embracing. In the time since it’s release the device has …

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Tabletop Gauntlet — Super Dungeon Explore Review

by 7 days ago

The dungeon crawl is nothing new to gamers. The dark, damp dungeon often sets the mood for adventurers in the video game and pen-and-paper realm. However, you often don’t see …

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PowerA Spectra Illuminated Controller Review

by 1 week ago

I’m not a huge fan of third party controllers.  There are a few companies that can do it right, but for every one of those there are ten that release …

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Rocksmith 2014 review – It’s all part of my rock and roll fantasy

by 1 week ago

If you rewind back to this time last year you might recall that Matt Buckley and I did an in-depth review of Rocksmith 2014 on Xbox 360.  At that point, …

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Open-world insanity at its finest — Far Cry 4 review

by 1 week ago

The Far Cry series has long been an eclectic one. The series started off as a fairly basic first person shooter, but began to morph into something else in and …

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Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth – More Than Meets The Eye

by 1 week ago

As bizarre as it might sound, I consider Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth to be the first game to give me the "Dark Souls experience." Initially, the game just …

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The Reality of War — This War of Mine

by 1 week ago

War. It’s a common thing in video games as is the violence that results from it. Very few games remember the horrors of war, and that is the core of …

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Black Flag II – Assassin’s Creed Rogue review

by 1 week ago

Assassin's Creed Rogue at once shows the series at its most derivative, as well as its most inventive. Rogue is an incredibly last-gen game, featuring recycled environments from Assassin's Creed …

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They just keep on coming… – Zombicide Season 2

by 1 week ago

In the world of boardgames, it seems as though zombies are divisive. You either love them, or you hate them. I understand those who are not enthused by the ridiculous …

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LittleBigPlanet 3 – Review

by 1 week ago

The original LittleBigPlanet was one of those rare gems that immediately became an instant classic the moment it hit the shelves. With a unique charm all of its own, it …

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