Reviews

Battle for boredom: Cartoon Network: Battle Crashers review

by 2 weeks ago

While people tend to reminisce on the good old days of animated juggernaut Cartoon Network with things like Johnny Bravo, Dexter’s Laboratory, and Courage the Cowardly Dog, I tend to …

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Everybody needs a pet dinosaur – Robinson: the Journey

by 2 weeks ago

Robinson: the Journey lets you step into the shoes of a boy named Robin who, after surviving his spaceship crashing, has been surviving on a planet full of dinosaurs and …

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One more time, old friend: Dishonored 2 review

by 2 weeks ago

Note: Dishonored 2 was co-reviewed by both Joe DeClara and Hunter Wolfe. Hunter The original Dishonored was a sleeper hit when it launched back in 2013. Like its protagonist, it …

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A damn good platformer: Mekazoo review

by 3 weeks ago

As George Bernard Shaw once said, “We don’t stop playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing.” While I doubt Mr. Shaw was specifically referring to …

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Breaking Away: Escape from Colditz Review

by 3 weeks ago

For anything to be considered a classic, it’s got to stand the test of time. Movies need to be enduring. Music needs to be timeless. What about board games? The …

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Of Froghemoths and Men: Pathfinder Bestiary Pocket Edition Review

by 3 weeks ago

There can be no heroes without villains. No light without dark. No Player’s Guide without a Bestiary. As a part of the RPG revolution that has been ongoing for the …

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Spinning in circles: Blue Rider review

by 3 weeks ago

Blue Rider feels a lot like a game from the arcade era, when a game’s difficulty curve was based on how fast quarters could be spent rather than how one …

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Probing and PS2 Ports – Destroy All Humans! review

by 3 weeks ago

When Nordic Games snapped up the vast majority of the intellectual properties THQ left in the wake of its implosion, I never would have imagined that a PS4 version of …

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Brotherhood Required Reading – Assassin’s Creed: The Essential Guide review

by 3 weeks ago

There’s no doubt that Assassin’s Creed has developed quite the storyline since the first game’s release in 2007.  From Pieces of Adam to Precursors, the game has always had a …

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Rise of the AI – Ashes of the Singularity: Escalation review

by 3 weeks ago

I had some high praise for Ashes of the Singularity seven months ago, but noted that there were some weakness in the campaign mode. I also found the some of …

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Gas Guzzlers Extreme Review: Hell on wheels

by 4 weeks ago

Gas Guzzlers Extreme is an uninvited guest at the party of excellent current-gen racing games. Is it playable? Sure. But it shouldn’t warrant your attention when just about any other …

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Slip the surly bonds of Earth – Eagle Flight review

by 4 weeks ago

I remember handing my mother a NES controller and then laughing as she bobbed her head and dodged the 8-bit pixels on the screen. We’ve come a long way since …

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