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Immortal: Unchained Review - Double Tap Man
Don't do it, Sam, don't compare this to Dark Souls throughout the entire review. Okay...

 

Y'know, I think the world, ideas, and the begrudging charm of Warhammer
ADIOS Amigos Review - Semi-Pro: Dangerous
I'll be honest, I don't like these infinitely-expanding space exploration games.

 

Maybe it's the daunting tasks building up to it, the slow burn that requires you
Throwback Review: Mirror's Edge - Bottomless Pit
We all know that EA is... subversive, when it comes to evolution.

 

A publisher known for being seemingly suicidal when it comes to new IPs, and dedicated to
Tyler: Model 005 Review - SHiNY 2
Maximum Games released another bad game? Oh, you mean it's Tuesday.

 

I don't get this. I don't understand this plan of action that the Californian publisher have, which has
Throwback Review -- Judge Dredd: Dredd vs. Death -- Dredd Rising
The notion of “so bad it’s good” entertainment is often faced with a challenge when brought to video games. Being a much less passive experience than movies
We Happy Few Review: Have You Taken Your Joy?
We Happy Few Review:
 





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Drug addiction runs rampant in the town of Wellington Wells and shows no signs of stopping. However, 3 people want to change
Donut County Review (PS4) - Holey Silly
As I played through Donut County I kept making remarks about just how silly and weird the game is. At the same time, I couldn’t stop smiling and laughing at the dialogue, jokes,

Jettomero: Hero of…

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Prejudice is a horrible thing, isn’t it?   We have enough of it in today’s world, with religions, races and preferences all being on the chopping block of heated discussion and insult, but what of otherworldly beings? Aliens, planets and giant monsters might want a piece of Earth, but…

Baja: Edge of…

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It’s surprising how closed-circuit racing games are still a thing.   Not that I’m complaining, as I certainly prefer it, but when you look at open world racing games like Forza Horizon, The Crew and most of the Need For Speed series, it’s weird how stuff like Project CARS, DiRT Rally and Assetto Corsa can still come…

Pankapu Review –…

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This is a follow-up to our original Pankapu review, which can be found here.   Yeah, no. No, I’m not doing this.   There’s no intro paragraph, no failed comedy routine, because I’m sick of giving the benefit of the doubt. Pankapu was a game I attempted to review a few weeks ago…

Bloody Zombies Review…

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Bloody ‘ell, lads, wot is ‘dis ‘den?   A zombie game, set in Landan? Fookin’ ‘ell, Dat is bare nuts, fa— Okay, I’ll stop. I’ve been to London, since it’s required by law in order to be a true tea-sipping, crumpet-muching, Queen-loving and Corgi-owning Brit. Judging from my experience,…

Time Recoil Review…

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Time stopping abilities are coming back, baby! Remember the slo-mo kung fu of F.E.A.R? The painkiller downing Max Payne? The dull breaches in multiple Call of Duty’s? It’s been under the rug for a while, but it’s back! Yeah sure, maybe the mechanic itself never left, but it isn’t nearly as prominent as it…

Transcripted Review –…

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Ah, Bejeweled. The match-3 that started it all.   2001 was a wild time for video games. They were back in the mainstream, and with the pedigree of titles heading out then, you needn’t ask why. Grand Theft Auto 3, Silent Hill 2, Pro Skater 3, Smash Bros. Melee, MGS2, SSX, Ico, the…

Hiveswap Review Act…

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A Brief History Let me tell you about Homestuck. When you hear that name, most likely you’ll have one of three associations. On the off chance you’re like me, you’ll have enjoyed the comic for what it is. There’s also a chance you’ve read it in the past and…

Planet of The…

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Y’know, it’s not often you get a revival of the 50s/60s kitsch.   Every game is quick to parody and reference the Disco Infernos of the 70s and the cheese of the 80s but never anywhere else. You never see a joke level based on Plan 9 From Outer Space, or…

Pankapu Review –…

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I think I’m turning pretentious. I mean, even MORE pretentious.   Between all of the crap I’ve been playing in-between sessions of Black Ops 3 and Rainbow Six: Siege, they all share a similar theme: All art, basic gameplay, no value. A trinity that equates to half of the indie game marketplace, and even moreso on…

The Metronomicon Review…

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There’s a hell of a lot of music-based games coming out recently:   Crypt of The Necrodancer, Thumper, Masquerada, and Rez Infinite, just to name a few of the thousand. Soon we’ll see a resurgence in the mainstream, like Guitar Hero mixed with Tetris. I was going to say Final Fantasy but that’s already the subject on the…

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