Reviews

All Aboard – Yardmaster Express Review

by 2 months ago

When Crash Games launched Yardmaster Express on Kickstarter last year, I took my first dive into the genre of filler games. Filers are meant to be played in a handful …

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Looking Good, Billy Ray! – Stockpile Review

by 2 months ago

I have the sneaking suspicion that at some level, everyone imagines themselves to be a sort of stock picking savant. With a bit of capital to play with, they would …

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Heroes, ideals, and the Holy Grail — Fate/Stay Night Unlimited Blade Works review

by 2 months ago

The Holy Grail. An almighty wish-granting device, able to fulfill any desire only for those who are worthy. War erupts every few generations of magi, pitting the major families of …

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Some monsters should stay extinct — Godzilla review

by 2 months ago

Since most of my family hails from Wisconsin, I was born and raised into the cult following surrounding Mystery Science Theater 3000. A program about laughing at the corny goofiness …

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More of the Same: For Better & For Worse – Magic Duels: Origins review

by 2 months ago

In the realm of Collectible Card Games one name stands at the top of the heap. The grand-daddy of them all, Magic: the Gathering still reigns supreme as the most …

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Golf puns are overrated — Rory McIlroy’s PGA Tour review

by 2 months ago

Sports games rarely take a hiatus that lasts longer than one year. The PGA Tour franchise has broken that mold, however, as they decided to forgo 2014 while they rebranded …

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Re-opening Pandora’s box — God of War III Remastered review

by 2 months ago

Remasters are commonplace now, and in the summer drought of game releases, they’re often a nice way of retreading old ground or covering blanks in your backlog. They’re are also …

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A destructively good time — Rocket League review

by 2 months ago

Rocket League is an odd mash-up. In the simplest terms, Rocket League is just soccer played with cars; players drive their customizable vehicles around a playing field in an attempt …

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A flawed gem — Splendor iOS Review

by 2 months ago

With the advent of tablets and phones with larger sized screens, it’s not surprising that many board games have crossed over to the digital realm. Days of Wonder has been …

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Do it Yourself Brewing! – Apotheca Kickstarter Review

by 2 months ago

Ever since humans started valuing gold, they have been looking for ways to get more of it. Of course the normal way of digging in the ground, and then the …

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Soaring high — Batman: Arkham Knight review

by 2 months ago

Note: Slight spoilers ahead The Arkham series was one of the most influential franchises during the last generation. Batman: Arkham Asylum created a combat system that has been replicated to …

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Re;Disappointed — Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth3: V Generation review

by 2 months ago

Games are supposed to be fun.  It’s in the name of the action: gaming, to not work, to not be idle, and to not be bogged down by the mundane …

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