Reviews

Frenzied: Fastrack Review

by 2 weeks ago

Admittedly, I dismissed Fastrack when I first saw it, though I can hardly be faulted. Relegated to the game section of a craft store to entertain my children while my …

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Let the fan service flow — LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens Review

by 2 weeks ago

LEGO games have been as consistent as Call of Duty over the past few years. Included in this list are Jurassic World, Lord of the Rings, LEGO Movie, as well as …

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Looking for gold: Sherlock Holmes: The Devil’s Daughter review

by 3 weeks ago

Believe it or not, there have been 10 Sherlock Holmes games created by Frogwares. Their newest adventure, Sherlock Holmes: The Devil's Daughter, makes it a clean 11. The series has …

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Living up to the Name: Stinker Review

by 3 weeks ago

Language is a thing of beauty. As I write this I navigate a flow of multiplicitous intentions and  representations to ultimately communicate something to you. I am in love with …

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Soothes the need for speed – Crucial Ballistix Elite DDR4 Memory Review

by 3 weeks ago

Micron is one of the oldest names in the business. Formed in 1978, they were one of the “founding fathers” of the computing age. Their consumer-facing arm, Crucial, has been …

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Thinking outside the box: BOXBOXBOY! review

by 3 weeks ago

When I reviewed the original BOXBOY! last year, I praised the game for how it was able to build such complex puzzles out of a simple concept. Easy to learn …

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Hell hath fury: Furi review

by 4 weeks ago

There are few games that have ever kicked my ass as much as Furi. I consider myself to be a fairly talented gamer, and enjoy hardcore challenges, so a game …

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Caravan calamity: The Banner Saga 2 review

by 4 weeks ago

“Bleak” is a great word to describe the world of The Banner Saga. The sun has stopped setting, the apocalypse is coming, and people are dying all around the player. …

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30 days in the hole: Prison Architect: PlayStation 4 Edition review

by 4 weeks ago

In 2011, the recidivism rate for outgoing prisoners was a gut-wrenching 43.3%, signalling the ever present failings of a criminal justice system that cannot rehabilitate.  The system suffers for putting …

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Don’t read more: Inside review

by 4 weeks ago

Silence is one of the most effective tools in a composer’s arsenal. It’s contrasting, empty, vacuumous -- in the right hands, silence sings as loud as a full horns section. …

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Extended Stay: The Sims 4 Outdoor Retreat review

by 4 weeks ago

With the career and work centereed expansions, it is time for the Sims to take a vacation, and luckily Outdoor Retreat offers just that. With a focus around camping, fishing, …

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Obsidian and blood: Elder Scrolls Online: Dark Brotherhood review

by 4 weeks ago

I have a feeling that I’m not the only fool who gave good money for Elder Scrolls Online on the PlayStation 4 simply because of brand loyalty.  If you are …

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