Reviews

Funyarinpa for the whole family: Zero Escape: The Nonary Games

by 1 month ago

999: Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors, AKA 999, is a game I generally refer to as either “the best game no one’s played” or “that awesome visual novel with …

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Retrofuturistic Fangasm – The Art of Horizon Zero Dawn review

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There’s no doubt that Guerrilla Games knocked it out of the park with their new IP, Horizon: Zero Dawn. Travis Northup’s review of the game highlighted the amazing technical detail …

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Report: satisfied – Nier: Automata review

by 1 month ago

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be an android trying to retake planet Earth from its alien invaders and their army of machine life forms? If …

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Please Mind the Morphs: Twelfth Doctor #2.14–15 Review

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I got into Doctor Who around the end of 2011, starting with the Ninth Doctor and catching up to the then-current Eleventh Doctor in a few months, and later going …

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Meow-t of the frying pan, into the fire: Momodora: Reverie Under the Moonlight review

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Have you ever played an old 8-bit style video game on a modern console in front of someone old enough to remember when that was the only option available? Perplexed, …

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’80s ‘tastic: Desync review

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This represents the progression of my thoughts and reactions to Desync: The first minute in-game as an unapologetically avid ‘80s synth fan (much to my wife’s displeasure): “Damn, this soundtrack …

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Fainter stars: Mass Effect Andromeda review

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Mass Effect is one of those franchises that carries with it an enormous reputation. The original trilogy, though its ending was controversial, is still widely regarded as one of the …

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(Another) blast from the past: Blaster Master Zero review

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It seems like the retro revival is in full swing for the Switch; with titles like Super Bomberman R currently out and Sonic Mania on the horizon, it looks like …

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How a Game Almost Ruined My Long-Term Relationship, a Snipperclips Review

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Team building exercises are a love-hate relationship in any workplace. You work together for a common goal and find your partner’s strengths along the way. At the same time, you …

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Prison? I didn’t ask for this — Deus Ex: A Criminal Past DLC review

by 2 months ago

By the time you beat Deus Ex: Mankind Divided (our review), protagonist Adam Jensen is all but invincible courtesy of a vast array of devastating augments. Not unlike Superman, at …

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Specter Knight Rises: Shovel Knight – Specter of Torment review

by 2 months ago

It’s midnight. Somehow, it's always midnight here, but that suits the undead citizens just fine. In a purely figurative sense, the street looks rather lively. Vendors run a variety of …

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Data acquired – Darknet review

by 2 months ago

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to travel into cyberspace as an elite hacker and take over highly defended computer networks all while hearing the voice of …

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