Reviews

Scouting, sniping, sneaking, and shooting: Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3 Review

by 3 weeks ago

A few months ago, I played through Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3’s beta and was roundly impressed. Needless to say, both my excitement and my expectations were running high prior to …

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Frozen in the past – Syberia 3 review

by 4 weeks ago

I really tried with Syberia 3. I was excited to come back to the world of Kate Walker, enjoy more of Benoit Sokal’s writing style, and see it all updated …

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Dark, Damp, Colorful: Scanner Sombre Review

by 4 weeks ago

It’s dark. Very dark. You’re unable to see anything. Nearby, you spot a VR Headset and a LIDAR scanner. With these equipped, your world has become much more… colorful. And …

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Secrets Hidden Too Deep: Witch Hunt Review

by 4 weeks ago

In a time that historians cement as the Dark Age, we find ourselves threatened by the agents of the dark itself. Witches have come to our village, and we must …

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Adding chat to the mix – Turtle Beach Recon Chat headset review

by 4 weeks ago

Headsets are a bit of a roll of the dice. Finding a headset that sounds amazing often costs a ton of money. One that is supremely comfortable, however, often pries …

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It’s always sunny in Mobius: The Caligula Effect Review

by 4 weeks ago

We live in a world of smart technology which is steadily becoming more capable of anticipating our needs, but what happens when that technology evolves into to true artificial intelligence and decides …

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What Remains of Edith Finch Review

by 4 weeks ago

It is a terrifying challenge to review this game. What Remains of Edith Finch doesn’t deserve to be watered down to typical stock review points. The game is easy on …

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Party Pentathlon – The Jackbox Party Pack 3 review

by 4 weeks ago

It’s so interesting to see how multiplayer friendly the Switch is with its library. Though still in its infancy, we’ve come to enjoy exclusives from Snipperclips to 1-2 Switch, and …

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An unquenchable hunger – Little Nightmares review

by 1 month ago

Some video games have worlds that perfectly capture a player's imagination and become something bigger than the game itself. Places like Bioshock's Rapture or Legend of Zelda's Hyrule instantly grab …

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Heavy Metal pencil punishment: Drawn to Death review

by 1 month ago

Doodling obscene and bodacious ephemera into a notebook is easily the most satisfying memory of my high school days, and I could not possibly be less unique in that. So …

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Six games (woo ooo!): The Disney Afternoon Collection review

by 1 month ago

Most licensed games for the Nintendo Entertainment System were pretty lacking, but that was not the case for a series of releases based on the Disney television series Duck Tales, …

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Beautiful but bittersweet: Dawn of War III Review

by 1 month ago

The Dawn of War franchise is divisive. The first two entries in the series are a bit like geometry and trigonometry—you only enjoy one or the other, not both (real …

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