Reviews

Disgusting, but not in a bad way — Tormentum – Dark Sorrow Review

by 14 hours ago

Building a point-and-click adventure in today’s video game market is a tough achievement. In order to do so well, you must blend the classic point-and-click adventure tropes such as using …

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Winding up again — Mario vs. Donkey Kong: Tipping Stars Wii U review

by 1 day ago

Mario vs. Donkey Kong has always been a series that requires careful planning just as much as it does quick reflexes.  The series has always tasked players with charting out …

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Mario Vs. Donkey Kong: Tipping Stars – 3DS Review

by 1 day ago

With a name like Mario Vs. Donkey Kong, this game might be mistakenly confused as a bout between the mustached plumber and his onetime nemesis, the barrel-hurling Gorilla. And while …

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Helldivers Review – welcome to the Roughnecks!

by 3 days ago

I'm always on the hunt for a good cooperative multi-player game, but sadly they are far and few in between. I tend to disagree with what other people consider a …

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A Legacy Worth Reviving — Oreshika: Tainted Bloodlines Review

by 3 days ago

Family. Loss. Revenge. Sacrifice. These themes are the tenets of Oreshika, a way of life for a game about a house cursed to charge relentlessly into the slaughter. Even in …

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Worth the price of admission — ScreamRide Review

by 3 days ago

ScreamRide is a Microsoft exclusive title that has successfully fused the creative depth of Minecraft with the destructive, exhilarating gameplay of the Burnout series. After its debut at Gamescon 2014, …

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Hand of Fate — Cards against humanity

by 3 days ago

Slicing your way through enemy hordes beat ‘em up style is a blast, but sometimes I want to relax and play a simple card game.  Indie developer Defiant Development says, …

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Halo: The Poster Collection Review

by 4 days ago

When non-gamers want to point to a symbol of videogames, it’s typically either World of Warcraft, or more commonly, Halo that comes to mind.  Bungie’s title helped to shape modern …

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Returning Home — Homeworld Remastered Collection Review

by 5 days ago

I spent several hours thinking about what words I would use to start this review. In the end, I think there’s only one way to say it. It’s a single …

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But wait, there’s more – Ace Combat: Assault Horizon Legacy + Review

by 7 days ago

Piercing the sky in a state-of-the-art jet piloting towards your mission, you're locked onto multiple airborne targets as you unleash a hail of missile-fire that reduces them into smoldering wrecks. …

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Audio heaven: HyperX Cloud II headset review

by 1 week ago

Many people forgot the importance of a good sound system. Hearing footsteps behind you, to just listening to rain falling, a great sound system can change how you view a …

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Save the last humans — Resogun: Defenders review

by 1 week ago

When the PlayStation 4 launched at the end of 2013, few people had expected Resogun to stand out as arguably the best launch title available on the system.  The fast-paced …

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