Reviews

Enter the mausoleum — The Charnel House Trilogy review

by 1 month ago

I’ve found that recently, I’ve been a little let down by the offerings of the “scary game” genre. Though face-cams and let’s plays of the recent bout of virtual haunted …

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Mortal Kombat X Review (XB1) – “Flawless Victory”

by 1 month ago

The Mortal Kombat series has a long-running record as one of the best 2D-fighters of all time, so it is no small matter when I say that Mortal Kombat X …

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Dungeons 2 – the proper return of the dungeon keeping sim

by 1 month ago

Akio Morita, founder of Sony, was once quoted as saying, “We don’t ask consumers what they want. They don’t know.” And to some degree, that’s entirely true; most consumers don’t …

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Unfinished Business – Son of Nor Review

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There are a lot of third-person action games that strive to make you as the player feel empowered. They make you feel powerful with gratifying powers to use that offer …

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Adventure on a budget — Affordable Space Adventures review

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When Wii U launched in 2012 it came with promises of unique gameplay experiences that could only be found on Nintendo’s latest console.  The GamePad was meant to revolutionize the …

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All by myself — Neverwinter on Xbox One review

by 1 month ago

MMO’s are a tricky genre to port to consoles. The mass of input options, the expansive and persistent world, and the many different social and questing systems don’t lend themselves …

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All blood, no sport — Bloodsports.TV review

by 1 month ago

Competition has often been the focus of the MOBA genre. Chasing the crowds and potential shown by genre titans like League of Legends, most MOBA (multiplayer online battle arena) games …

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Get rich or die trying — DungeonQuest Revised Edition Review

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Sometimes you want to defeat monsters with a group of friends, but other times you just want to go in for the gold and the glory. Shared victories and great, …

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An Interstellar nesting doll – Stardrive 2 review

by 1 month ago

If you take a moment to absorb all that Stardrive 2 lays before you when it begins, you might get a small idea how vast it actually is. Even after …

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Well Worth the Trip – Xenoblade Chronicles 3D review

by 1 month ago

There are games that you play, and then there are games, like Xenoblade Chronicles, that you experience. This was a tough review to write, partly because it's challenging to whittle …

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A hard days work: The Sims 4: Get to Work review

by 1 month ago

The Sims 4 suffered a lackluster launch and was not the game Sim-fanatics were craving. Though patches have added and improved the game vastly since launch, the inevitable expansions are …

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Dark Souls 2: Scholar of the First Sin Review – “Darker Souls”

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When Dark Souls 2 came out last year, my only regret was that I had to dust off my old console to play it. There are admittedly few games that …

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