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Stealing your heart – Sly Cooper Collection review (Vita)

by 2 months ago

Sony hasn’t exactly had the best run of luck in porting its classic games to its versatile handheld. The Vita is capable of pulling off some fantastic visuals (one look …

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Watch Dogs Review – Digital Parkour in the best sandbox I’ve ever played

by 2 months ago

eBay was breached, Heartbleed is running rampant, Sony’s passwords were compromised, DDoS assaults are exceeding 100s of Gigabits of traffic per second, and upwards of 95% of the Internet is …

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Paradise by the rum distillery light – Tropico 5 review

by 2 months ago

There must come a time in the life of every dictator where they’ve just had enough. If the Communist Party leader asks for more free clinics again, or the Tropican …

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Entirely mostly intriguing- Always Sometimes Monsters review

by 2 months ago

Much like the film industry it often imitates, in the videogame world the definition of an “independent” creation operates on a sliding scale. Outside of the sheer volume of a …

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Remake? Sequel? Both? – Soul Sacrifice Delta review

by 2 months ago

Have you ever heard that old saying that an artist never really finishes his work, he merely abandons it? Well, it would seem that the developers at Marvelous Entertainment and …

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Monsters of Mass Destruction — Rampage Review

by 2 months ago

The only sport I enjoy participating in is bowling. Sure I enjoy watching football, but knocking down pins, or seeing them remain upright after a particularly good pocket hit, brings …

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Wolfenstein: The New Order – Glorious Bastards

by 2 months ago

Wolfenstein 3D is, for old timers like me, one of the first 3D games we had ever played. It helped create the first person shooter genre, and it pioneered run-and-gun …

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The clone is a lie – Project Temporality review

by 2 months ago

The indie gaming landscape has been absolutely sick with Portal-alikes as of late, each hoping their central navigation gimmick and idiosyncratic take on puzzle narrative can unseat the reigning champions. …

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Borderlands 2 Vita Review

by 2 months ago

As a major fan of shooting things and low-brow humor, Borderlands 2 instantly became one of my favorite games when it launched in 2012. I spent so much time on …

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The Last of Us Poster Collection review

by 2 months ago

The Last of Us was a fantastic achievement in storytelling and art direction – in fact, we liked it so much that we named it 2013’s Game of the Year. …

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First DLC to fall – Titanfall: Expedition review

by 2 months ago

The inevitable onslaught of Titanfall DLC has begun. Expedition, the first of three planned map packs, is now available as either a standalone package or as part of the Titanfall …

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Mario Kart 8 review

by 2 months ago

The Mario Kart franchise values slight upgrades and iteration over massive sweeping changes. Mario Kart 8 is no exception. No, Nintendo is content to add new gameplay components slowly, improving …

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