Reviews

Test your humor reflex – Knee Jerk review

by 3 weeks ago

How funny are you? Are you any good at making your friends laugh? What about staying on-topic? Can you add to the subject at hand without going off on a …

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New dogs, old tricks — Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel Review

by 3 weeks ago

Non-sequels have become a standard in our industry. When a company wants to make a new game for a franchise, but doesn’t want it to be a direct follow-up, it’s …

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Will the light conquer the darkness? — Quarriors Light vs Dark Review

by 3 weeks ago

Quarriors has been a popular game for a while now, with a single core set and four expansions, giving the game plenty of variety and adding new concepts to make …

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The power of the cube compels you! – Hyperborea

by 3 weeks ago

I read somewhere that more than two hundred games were released at GenCon a few weeks ago. That is a lot of cardboard and plastic. Hyperborea was one of those …

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A brutal beauty only graphics-deep — Ryse: Son of Rome PC Review

by 3 weeks ago

They say history is doomed to repeat itself. Indeed, it seems enemies will always put their explosive content in red, shiny barrels and bosses’ weak spots will always glow. Launch …

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Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition review

by 3 weeks ago

Oh, Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition, you disappoint me so much. Two years ago, you came out for PC and consoles, and no one really knew what to make of you. …

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Astro’s mobile minded A38 bluetooth headset is a charmer

by 3 weeks ago

Astro is known for their high-end gaming headsets, but they’re missing out on a vast demographic of people who consume the bulk of their entertainment through mobile devices. The A38 …

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The best fighting game for Sho — Persona 4 Arena Ultimax

by 3 weeks ago

The Persona series has been known for their entries in the RPG series, but Persona 4 Arena was an unexpected offshoot. Taking characters from an RPG game and placing them …

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Spoiled fruit is never good – The Spoils

by 3 weeks ago

Much like rectangles are not always squares, tabletop games are not always boardgames. What is often overlooked by boardgamers is one of the cornerstones of modern tabletop gaming: the card …

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The first rule of DRIVECLUB is… – DRIVECLUB review

by 3 weeks ago

With so many new racing titles coming out in the approaching fall/holiday months, it can be a confusing time for fans of the genre looking to get the most mileage …

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How can something so pretty be so spooky? — The Vanishing of Ethan Carter

by 4 weeks ago

When I saw the Gamescom trailer of The Vanishing of Ethan Carter, I was unreasonably pumped.  The trailer presented an eerie detective game with puzzle mechanics and a supernatural aura. …

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Playing to the choir — The Sacred Tears True Review

by 4 weeks ago

The advent of indie gaming in the last few years has allowed for a great variety of games to come out. Genres and gameplay styles that would normally be overlooked …

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