Reviews

Runnin’ down a stream: Koi review

by 2 months ago

A little soul searching journey can clarify the murky darkness in your world, friend.  Clarification of the ills of your world comes in a gentle wave, and those very waves …

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Mental hell: Neverending Nightmares review

by 2 months ago

Neverending Nightmares is a troubling journey through one man’s own personal Hell, but it’s a journey that may not be worth taking. Telling an intimate story of the game creator’s …

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Buy, Buy, Buy: Offworld Trading Company Review

by 2 months ago

Imagine a real-time strategy game where micromanaging the location and movement of your military assets is a non-issue, partly because there are no military assets involved. A game where you …

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Full Steam Ahead: Silent Victory Review

by 2 months ago

Those familiar with Word War II know about Germany’s infamous U-boats and their relentless attacks against Allied shipping in the Atlantic Ocean.  What’s not as well known is the underwater …

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Tres gigantes: Ray Gigant review

by 2 months ago

Dungeon crawlers have always been a difficult genre for me to get into. I was never the type to break out a pen and paper to map out my route; …

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Indistinguishable: The Walking Dead: Michonne “What We Deserve” review

by 2 months ago

[The following is part three of our review of The Walking Dead: Michonne, and contains our final verdict on the series as a whole. To check out part two, click …

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Open spaces: Hitman: Episode Two review

by 2 months ago

In its first episode, Hitman shot itself in the foot. In its second, it’s learning to walk again. With its second entry, titled “World of Tomorrow,” Hitman offers a bigger …

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The indie kid’s rhythm game: LOUD on Planet X review

by 2 months ago

LOUD on Planet X is a fun and quirky addition to the rhythm game genre. It features music from all across the indie spectrum, everything from pop by Lights and CHVRCHES …

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Disarmed and dangerous: Severed review

by 2 months ago

Severed is the first touch-based action game I’ve ever loved. It carries itself with intelligence and fluidity, using a hybrid of thumbsticks and touch controls in ways that are intuitive …

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I fought the Maw and the Maw won: Elder Scrolls Online: Thieves Guild review

by 2 months ago

Of all the cool things that have been possible in the Elder Scrolls world, stealthy entry and blatant theft has always been one of the most useful and entertaining.  Taking …

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Complications on Corneria: Star Fox Guard review

by 2 months ago

Star Fox Guard presents a concept that sounds great on paper, but seemingly loses something along the way. Capitalizing on the touch input and two-screen experience of Wii U sounds …

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A recycled reunion: Star Fox Zero review

by 2 months ago

Star Fox Zero is the purest entry in the series in nearly two decades. Ditching on-foot sequences and overly complicated plotlines in favor of the excellent ship combat, Star Fox …

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