Reviews

Peeling back the layers — The Witness review

by 3 days ago

The Witness is a puzzle game for the PlayStation 4 and PC. I start this review in that frank manner, because frankly, knowing too much about Jonathan Blow's newest title …

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Absolute joy — Unravel review

by 3 days ago

We all develop attachments to odd items throughout our life. Whether it's a tailing car you have noticed during a long drive, or a stuffed animal you connected with as …

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Riders of the Sun – Arslan: The Warriors of Legend review

by 3 days ago

I will always maintain that after years of faithful and predictable game releases, the Koei hack-n-slash legacy is something that can only be compared to itself. The boundaries it seeks …

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The difficult venture of writing a successful satire — The Preposterous Awesomeness of Everything review

by 3 days ago

The Preposterous Awesomeness of Everything is the first commercial game put out by solo developer Joe Richardson. It’s a point-and-click title with an inventory system, a verb panel, and the …

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Enable your inner hoarder – Nyko Data Bank review

by 3 days ago

It's likely that, if you've owned one of the current generation consoles for more than a year, you may have run out of disk space. Data Bank, one of Nyko’s …

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Digimystery — Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth review

by 4 days ago

As Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth boots up, along with the standard developer and publisher credits, a graphic signifying that the game is part of the 15th anniversary of the Digimon …

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We didn’t start the fire — Firewatch review

by 4 days ago

When I was younger, I spent a lot of time camping. It was mostly just a thing to do every couple months, to learn some knots and how to make …

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XCOM 2 review – deeper, more dangerous, and better in every way

by 1 week ago

The year is 2035, and today we mark the 20th year anniversary of our liberation from Self. Advent soldiers keep our beautiful cities bright and clean from those who would …

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Stop the Martian invasion – Fortified! review

by 1 week ago

Fortified!, a 1960’s sci-fi themed tower defense game made by Clapfoot, is at its essence a balancing act. A capable third-person shooter combined with the strategy of placing defensive structures, …

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“Good on paper” – Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam review

by 1 week ago

We’ve seen a lot of Mario crossovers over the years, but Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam takes a very unique approach by crossing Mario, with, well...Mario. The Paper Mario and …

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A little less than bewitched — Rise of the Tomb Raider: Baba Yaga review

by 1 week ago

Though last year’s Rise of the Tomb Raider wrapped with a satisfying conclusion and a cliffhanger for events to come, there’s still a great deal to do in the massive …

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Boldly Going Where No TCG Has Gone Before — HEX: Shards of Fate – Chronicles of Entrath Review

by 2 weeks ago

HEX CEO Cory Jones and his staff at HEX Entertainment may have put their heart and soul into the development of the Shards of Fate - Chronicles of Entrath, but …

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