Reviews

A rebel among rouges: Assassin’s Creed: Assassins comic issues 6-10 review

by 2 weeks ago

When the first arc of Assassin’s Creed: Assassins concluded at issue #5, we were left wondering  about the future of our lead character, Charlotte Da La Cruz, as she rode …

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A legendary look-alike: Oceanhorn – Monster of Uncharted Seas review

by 2 weeks ago

Oceanhorn – Monster of Uncharted Seas is the type of game that so closely resembles another that you’d be excused for thinking it’s just a cheap knockoff. Borrowing the same …

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Nose to the grinding-stone: Guards review

by 2 weeks ago

Battlecruiser Games’ Guards has a tricky proposition to tackle: it wants to be accessible enough as to engage casual strategy fans yet also comprehensive enough to grab veteran fans of …

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You MeiQ me feel like a natural woman: MeiQ: Labyrinth of Death review

by 2 weeks ago

Like the stages of grief or the Hokey-Pokey, learning to cope with Compile Heart titles comes in five steps. You put your left hand in, see a boob there, and …

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A triumph, amidst defeat: The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel II review

by 2 weeks ago

If you were defeated by a large, powerful robotic guardian, it’d be understandable to run away and flee. Rean Schwarzer is not that kind of guy; after a cliffhanger ending …

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Spin, sit, and splash – Sumo Air Review

by 2 weeks ago

While one of the hottest summers on record continues to crisp us up in north Texas, Laura and I take to the scary outdoors for a look at the latest …

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Politically savvy satire – The Contender card game review

by 2 weeks ago

Politics. Always the hot-button topic no matter which side of the aisle you reside. Now you at home can debate the important issues affecting society with the same dignity as …

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Eye tracking hits a level of maturation – Tobii EyeX eye tracker review

by 2 weeks ago

There hasn’t been a lot of innovation in the peripheral input device market beyond higher DPI mice. Sure, we had trackballs, gun-shaped mice, the Novint Falcon, and the SpaceOrb 360, …

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HardCore: ReCore review

by 2 weeks ago

I’ve never played a game quite like ReCore. At its heart, it’s a 3D platformer, but it’s also an open-world exploration game, and an RPG, and a third-person shooter. I …

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Burst or Bust: God Eater 2: Rage Burst

by 2 weeks ago

God Eater 2: Rage Burst is a remake of the cult-classic PlayStation Portable JRPG, and while it makes the jump to the PlayStation 4 fairly well on the technical side, …

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Coasting: NHL 17 review

by 2 weeks ago

After a disappointing outing in 2014, the NHL series got back on track last year. It revitalized the franchise by providing a great new on-ice trainer that helped new players …

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Jotun: Valhalla Edition Review

by 3 weeks ago

Jotun arouses the same sensation of reading a storybook before bedtime — it’s a passive experience that strings you along from cover to cover thanks to its beautiful presentation... save …

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