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Four buttons and a thousand bullets – Luftrausers Review

by 4 weeks ago

Despite gaming’s current nosedive into the uncanny valley, where the visual line between digital and actual skin has become seamlessly narrow, Luftrausers isn’t much to look at. It’s artistic design …

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Pack your flannel — inFAMOUS: Second Son review

by 1 month ago

inFAMOUS: Second Son will probably be remembered more for its depiction of Seattle than anything else. It’s not that Second Son is a bad game -- in fact, it’s the …

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Makes nine years seem like nothing — Resident Evil 4 HD (PC) review

by 1 month ago

When you think of third-person shooters, it is hard not to immediately think back to Resident Evil 4 as being one of the most influential video games within the genre. …

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Obsessive toy purchasing extends to Xbox One

by 1 month ago

Did you take the plunge into the next-generation consoles with an Xbox One, and are looking to play the market leader in toys-as-peripherals? Skylanders: Swap Force was the first (and …

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Delivering in a big way – we review Titanfall

by 1 month ago

Titanfall. The game that will fix the lagging Xbox One system sales. The game that will replace Call of Duty and take its shooter crown. The game that tops everyone’s …

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A Not-So-New Island – Yoshi’s New Island Review

by 1 month ago

Super Mario Worlds 2: Yoshi’s Island has been called one of the best platformers of all time, and with good reason. It combined an unforgettable art style and a surprisingly …

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Preposterous Pest Control – Earth Defense Force 2025 Review

by 1 month ago

For those who are new to the Earth Defense Force series, the first thing you should know is that they’re all terrible games—I mean really, really bad. The premise is …

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Telling old tales anew: Tales of Symphonia Chronicles Review

by 1 month ago

The Tales Of series are some of the best and most beloved J-RPG titles that currently exist, with droves of loyal fans and a winning gameplay formula that is still …

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A bloody good game – Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 review

by 1 month ago

The first Lords of Shadow was a line in the sand for many old school Castlevania fans. Mercury Steam’s departure from the familiar 2D gameplay and the non-canon nature of …

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A roguelike, dungeon-crawling masterpiece – Desktop Dungeons review

by 1 month ago

Start with all the essential ingredients to make a solid roguelike: randomly generated dungeons, multiple races, multiple classes, loot, permanent death and more. But instead of taking these individual pieces …

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Put on your fanciest clothes, its party time – Courtier

by 1 month ago

We like cohesive stories. In almost all forms of media we have trilogies, volumes, series and collections. These overarching themes and epic stories can only be told only in small …

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Larger than life – The Art of Titanfall

by 1 month ago

Right around the corner is easily the most anticipated Xbox One title that we know. While Microsoft and the third-party partners prep for E3, GDC, SXSW, and more, the team …

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