Reviews

Coasting: NHL 17 review

by 3 weeks ago

After a disappointing outing in 2014, the NHL series got back on track last year. It revitalized the franchise by providing a great new on-ice trainer that helped new players …

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Jotun: Valhalla Edition Review

by 3 weeks ago

Jotun arouses the same sensation of reading a storybook before bedtime — it’s a passive experience that strings you along from cover to cover thanks to its beautiful presentation... save …

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Like a Rolling Stone: Roll Through the Ages Bronze Age Review

by 3 weeks ago

Civilizations take generations to rise out of the dust, fighting through famine, disease, and warfare in order  to help mankind ascend. Roll Through the Ages: the Bronze Age promises to …

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Legal Weapon 6 – Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney – Spirit of Justice review

by 3 weeks ago

The Ace Attorney series has one of the worst pitches for a game of all time: Let’s make a game where the player takes on the role of a defense …

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Deus Ex Mankind Divided Limited Edition Prima Guide review

by 3 weeks ago

By design, Deus Ex Mankind Divided was built to take advantage of the new Dawn Engine. That meant greater flexibility in approach, more verticality, and plenty of crawling through ventilation …

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Haunted Heroes: Pathfinder Horror Adventures Review

by 3 weeks ago

Continuing in a recent trend of expanding Pathfinder into new genres, Horror Adventures takes us to the untouched territory of fear. Sure, we’ve had adventures with grisly themes and Occult …

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Towering above: Project Highrise review

by 4 weeks ago

There’s a fascinating beauty about skyscrapers. They inspire awe and embody the ability of Man to create, to dream, and to build. I am always struck by their sophistication and …

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What we saw from the tracks: The Final Station review

by 4 weeks ago

When you think of the post-apocalyptic genre, what are the staples that come to mind? Zombies, government conspiracies, improvised weapons? What about trains? Though they may seem unconventional or out …

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Classic gameplay, new twists: Axiom Verge review

by 4 weeks ago

Axiom Verge, like a lot of retro-style indie games, wears its inspirations on its sleeve. Both the visuals and the core run-and-gun combat are incredibly reminiscent of the Metroid franchise, …

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A small shout out to a bigger world: The Huntsman: Winter’s Curse review

by 1 month ago

As one of the few people who happened to enjoy the 2012 adaptation, Snow White and the Huntsman, but also one of the people who wish The Huntsman: Winter’s War …

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Papa was a rolling stone: Sally’s Law review

by 1 month ago

If you’ve ever had a streak of bad luck, you’re probably familiar with the term Murphy’s law: anything that can go wrong will go wrong. However, there exists a lesser …

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Out of sight, out of mind – StarCraft 2: Nova Covert Ops DLC 2 review

by 1 month ago

The story of StarCraft’s stealthy and stylish covert operative, Nova, continues in the second batch of new single-player downloadable missions for StarCraft 2 released by Blizzard. The newest missions pick …

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