Reviews

Plant it in the cold, cold ground — Viridi review

by 2 weeks ago

There are people who will never pay for, play, or even hear or speak of Viridi.  Those blessed children of luck and splendor will go through their life with their …

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Tedium — Shadow Blade Reload review

by 2 weeks ago

Each time Shadow Blade Reload takes one step forward, it also takes two steps back. Indie developer Dead Mage's recent 2D hack-and-slash, action platformer is a quick-moving, visually appealing trip …

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One flew over the pigeon academy — Hatoful Boyfriend review

by 3 weeks ago

I once heard the saying, “Love is for the birds,” and interpreted it as a dismissal of the idea that human interaction and emotions could create anything of value. However, …

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Souped up: Nom Nom Galaxy review

by 3 weeks ago

Soup is good, and I enjoy it every now and then myself. That being said, I have never thought I needed a video game based on a galactic soup takeover. …

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Dragon Age: Inquisition “The Descent” — Light at the end of the tunnel

by 3 weeks ago

While Dragon Age: Inquisition's latest DLC "The Descent" is full of content, new equipment, and more time with the wonderful members of its titular organization, whether the add-on is worth …

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In need of a whetstone- Sword Art Online RE: Hollow Fragment review

by 3 weeks ago

It’s always difficult to gauge your expectations for anime tie-in games. On one hand, if you’re a fan of the series in question, the idea of being able to interact …

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Explore the history of the first roguelikes with Dungeon H@cks – Book Review

by 4 weeks ago

Nowadays, it's hard to be a gamer and not come across the word 'roguelike' regularly. The term now occupies that uncomfortable spot between a concise summary of a game feature …

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Etrian Odyssey 2 Untold: The Fafnir Knight – Review

by 4 weeks ago

    One of the best things about the 3DS is its wide and ever-growing library of JRPG’s. This new release of Etrian Odyssey 2 Untold: The Fafnir Knight adds to the …

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    Changing the game; Victor Vran review

    by 4 weeks ago

    Action RPG’s are getting big again with the likes of Diablo 3, Grim Dawn, Path of Exile, and more. Victor Vran looks to cash in on this, while doing some …

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    Intergalactic classic — Galak-Z: The Dimensional review

    by 4 weeks ago

    Galak-Z: The Dimensional is much like the empty void of space. Cold, unforgiving, and apathetic to your outcome, it simply exists for you to conquer or fall to again and …

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    Sen-si-zen-sational — Zenzizenzic review

    by 1 month ago

    When I heard I was going to be playing a game where squares are fighting squares, I figured at the most I’d be getting a mathlete competition, and at the …

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    Patience is key — The Swindle review

    by 1 month ago

    Patience is a virtue that many lack, but it can also be an ethic that gets you further in life. So is the case in the newest PSN title, The …

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