Reviews

Worth the price of admission — ScreamRide Review

by 4 weeks ago

ScreamRide is a Microsoft exclusive title that has successfully fused the creative depth of Minecraft with the destructive, exhilarating gameplay of the Burnout series. After its debut at Gamescon 2014, …

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Hand of Fate — Cards against humanity

by 4 weeks ago

Slicing your way through enemy hordes beat ‘em up style is a blast, but sometimes I want to relax and play a simple card game.  Indie developer Defiant Development says, …

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Halo: The Poster Collection Review

by 4 weeks ago

When non-gamers want to point to a symbol of videogames, it’s typically either World of Warcraft, or more commonly, Halo that comes to mind.  Bungie’s title helped to shape modern …

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Returning Home — Homeworld Remastered Collection Review

by 1 month ago

I spent several hours thinking about what words I would use to start this review. In the end, I think there’s only one way to say it. It’s a single …

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But wait, there’s more – Ace Combat: Assault Horizon Legacy + Review

by 1 month ago

Piercing the sky in a state-of-the-art jet piloting towards your mission, you're locked onto multiple airborne targets as you unleash a hail of missile-fire that reduces them into smoldering wrecks. …

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Audio heaven: HyperX Cloud II headset review

by 1 month ago

Many people forgot the importance of a good sound system. Hearing footsteps behind you, to just listening to rain falling, a great sound system can change how you view a …

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Save the last humans — Resogun: Defenders review

by 1 month ago

When the PlayStation 4 launched at the end of 2013, few people had expected Resogun to stand out as arguably the best launch title available on the system.  The fast-paced …

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Anime, strategy, and lots of fan service — Hyperdevotion Noire: Goddess Black Heart review

by 1 month ago

The Hyperdimension series is a concept that has always looked interesting from the outside looking in. An entire series of games based around parodying the console wars and the popular …

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Just monkeyin’ around — Jungle Rumble Review

by 1 month ago

Rhythm is a concept that hasn’t been utilized often this generation. Likely because the industry was saturated with countless plastic instruments and motion-detecting dance games, developers have laid off the …

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Who Knew Piracy Could be so Beautiful – Madame Ching

by 1 month ago

It is no secret that I like pirates, but I feel as though my exposure to South China Sea pirates has been limited. I mean, my exposure to real in-the-flesh …

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The Art of Total War review

by 1 month ago

Total War Attila was just released (February 17th, 2015), but it is hardly Creative Assembly’s first march into battle.  The team has been honing their battlecraft since the first title’s …

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Better off buried – Zombeer review

by 1 month ago

As some might expect, there is a polarizing shift between playing games for fun and playing games because it’s your job. There are several times and numerous examples when my …

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