Reviews

Too much ammo, not enough targets: Shattered Skies review

by 1 week ago

Reading the Steam store description of Shattered Skies is an enjoyable experience, like laying down money for a Powerball lottery ticket when the prize pool has kicked into nine-digit territory. …

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Ice ice baby: Penguins of Madagascar: Secret Paws review

by 1 week ago

Hey, remember The Penguins of Madagascar? I was a bit surprised at the spinoff series that stemmed from the Madagascar franchise due to its goofy and off-the-wall nature. Following the …

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Adam Jensen 2.0 – Deus Ex: Mankind Divided review

by 1 week ago

I’m standing in the secret room behind the office of the Palisade Bank’s CEO, grabbing a particularly damning document that I obtained at great personal risk. It’s how I got …

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Not at full force: Metroid Prime: Federation Force review

by 1 week ago

From the moment it was announced, Metroid Prime: Federation Force has been met with skepticism. Fans who had been clamoring for a traditional sequel to the normally-stoic Metroid series were …

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Maybe Not This Rabbit Whole: Carrotia Review

by 1 week ago

Starvation looms, birds stalk the skies, and you can only save the warren by braving the forest and returning home safe. Carrotia is a cooperative tile-laying game that you can …

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Bite sized stealth action – Deus Ex GO review

by 1 week ago

Square Enix has latched onto something pretty fantastic with their GO series. Hitman GO was a real hit, and Lara Croft GO was far more than a simple reskin. Now …

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Exploration, expectations, and you: No Man’s Sky review

by 2 weeks ago

No Man's Sky is not what people thought it would be. In the recent decade, few games have been as hyped up as Hello Games' newest adventure. Since its debut …

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Beserked: Vikings on Board Review

by 2 weeks ago

Viking lore conjures up images of bloodthirsty raids launched from serpent-headed ships. Rarely does it invoke visions of Norsemen loading those ships with goods for the journey. Ragnar hoisting some …

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We’ll never be royals: Reigns review

by 2 weeks ago

Unlike some people my age, I haven’t tried online dating yet, but for some reason Tinder mystifies me. The app’s ephemeral approach to social interaction is neat; it’s exciting that …

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Time travel with a twist: Kelvin and the Infamous Machine review

by 2 weeks ago

For some reason, I continually find myself drawn to point-and-click titles, even though they usually disappoint me in some way. Either the puzzles are so nonsensical that progression is a …

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Shallow but pretty: The Amazing Shinsengumi review

by 2 weeks ago

Otomes have been my guilty pleasure for years. They are what kept the hopeless romantic in me entertained, and yes, absolutely and undeniably addicted. They are relatively short, sweet, and …

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Assemble the Horde: The Cohort Review

by 3 weeks ago

In the barbarian lands of Gaul, Emperor Caesar has called his armies to assemble. The Cohort casts you, the players, as generals gathering your troops to win his favor. Whoever …

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