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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,

Rebel Galaxy: Title…

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Overview Rebel Galaxy by Double Damage is a western. In space! Space is a perfect environment for a western: a sparsely populated, lawless expanse where you live by your own rules. Terrifying in reality, but it makes a perfect game.   You start out in a tiny ship with…

Full Throttle Remastered…

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If you were a gamer during the 90s then you probably know all about Lucas Arts. Founded in 1982 by George Lucas himself, they went on to become a celebrated developer of point and click adventure games during the following decade. While defunct now, it’s undeniable that the company left…

Mass Effect Andromeda…

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“Welcome to your new home in Andromeda, where the brightest star is you!” The ending to Mass Effect 3 left a lot of fans less than happy with the outcome. The legacy left by the series as a whole acts as a poisoned chalice; how can a successor even…

Nier Automata Review…

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I never played the original Nier. It released to little fanfare and didn’t look particularly interesting. Now, seven years later, we have Nier Automata, and honestly, when I first heard about it I really wasn’t bothered. I had no interest in the series (either Nier or Drakengard) and the only gameplay I saw was a generic…

Horizon Zero Dawn…

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An empty shell of a civilization lost in the aftermath of an unknown apocalypse.  Monsters tower over a wild landscape of mountains, deserts and jungles, leading to one question residing in the back of the mind: what happened here?  Tribal communities litter the world in a never-ending conflict with…

Drawn to Death…

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Who knows why their Hand god created them, changed them, unleashed them on each other. Who knows why death does not force them to permanently part with their unforgiving world; who knows what their world even is. What they do know however is bloodshed, decimation and the art of killing. They…

Fast RMX Review:…

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Overview If there’s one thing people like, it’s going fast. The main complaints with more recent sonic games are that the gameplay was slowed down a lot. Fast RMX by Shin’en Multimedia helps you hover around at the speed of sound for hours. Fast RMX, the sequel to Fast…

Rogue Legacy Review:…

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Overview A roguelike is a game featuring procedurally generated levels that change each time you play them. The first few times you attempt the game you expect to die early on. Your early expeditions are to gather experience or resources so you can get further later on. Rogue Legacy,…

Symphony: Liberate your…

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Overview I talk about the soundtrack near the end of the review, but for Symphony, a shooter by Empty Clip Studios, I want to start with it. This game indisputably has the greatest soundtrack of all time. Because it’s yours.   “You can play your favorite song over and…

Breath of the…

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Like anyone else, I was very excited to play Zelda 2015 2016 Breath of the Wild when it came out. Although the waiting was almost painful, I’m glad it happened because it could have met the same terrible fate as countless games. The overworld is massive, and rushing the…

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