Reviews

A new page in the platforming playbook — Klaus review

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It’s rare for a game to come out and turn its genre on its head. Every once in awhile, though, a title comes along and flips traditional norms, taking a …

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Kermit sipping tea — Shooting Stars review

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When you look at Shooting Stars' Steam page, the description for the title is, "This game is the answer to one of the most important questions in life: ‘I can …

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Rise of the Tomb Raider on PC is a technical triumph

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Eric’s review of Rise of the Tomb Raider echoed how I felt about the game’s motivation undercurrents. It was as much about Lara’s hunt for the Divine Source as it …

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One-trick robots — Slybots: Frantic Zone review

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Slybots: Frantic Zone is a top-down shooter with robots by indie studio Team ERROR. It originally launched on Steam Early Access last summer under the name FATAL ERROR, connecting the …

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Manifest Destiny — Nations Dynasties Expansion Review

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Civilization building games have always held a certain fascination with gamers. The ability to play an immortal leader, bringing a fledgling empire to ultimate glory, has long been a staple …

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Not too meaty – Meteor review

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For once the nations of the Earth will work together against the incoming threat. We are being bombarded by meteors. Humanity has but five minutes to blow up all these …

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Power2U USB Wall Outlet — The Modern Geek’s wall plug

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I’m gonna start this article with a bit of an admission -- I’m terrified of electricity. I was electrified and heavily scarred as a kid when a capacitor exploded in …

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The Art of Fable Legends — We knock on a new Demon Door

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It’s hard to believe that we’ve been playing Fable since 2004. Sure, they might not always meet the outlandish and occasionally unrealistic goals that Peter Molyneux set, but there’s simply …

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Dazed and Confused – Gravity Rush: Remastered review

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Without being anchored by intrusive motion and touch controls, Gravity Rush makes a pretty natural transition from Vita to PlayStation 4 as Gravity Rush: Remastered. With a new coat of …

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Of Secret Agents and Travel Agents — Mission: Red Planet Review

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EXT. LAUNCHING PAD—DAY RECRUITER Listen up, chums! I’ve heard news from the Scientific Society, and get this: there are Victory Points on Mars! General excited murmuring from crowd. This news …

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Aces High — Wings for the Baron Review

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One of the great ironies of the destructiveness of war is that it often breeds technological advances. World War II saw innovations such as rockets and the atomic bomb. Go …

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Avengers Assemble! — LEGO Marvel’s Avengers review

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By now, most gamers are familiar with the whimsical nature of LEGO games. TT Games takes popular franchises and gives them the LEGO treatment, respecting the source material while adding …

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