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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,

My Time at…

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From an outside perspective, it can be hard to see the point of “life simulation” games, like Animal Crossing or Harvest Moon. I spend all day working and doing chores and talking to people, why would I want to spend my leisure time doing more of the same? Part of it…

Spider-Man: Into the…

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The moment I laid my eyes on the newest animated Spider-Man feature film from Sony, the visual style alone earned my cash. The vibrancy of the colors and the seamless blend with realistic CGI and exaggerated cartoon nature of a comic book never fails to amaze my eyes. Once…

Gene Rain Review…

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I… I don’t even know where to start.   This might be a boring and overdone comparison, but do you know that bit in 2001: A Space Odyssey, where Bowman gets pulled into the vortex, and he sees all of these horrific visions? The really spooky music is playing in…
The title screen of The MISSING: J.J. Macfield and The Island of Memories.

The MISSING Review…

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Yeah, I’m not even going to put the entire name, that’s just insane.   SWERY is a man that needs more of a spotlight shed on him. He houses a mind that attempts to reveal the true human condition, and along with a lot of western influences, he manages…

Earthfall Review –…

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I miss Left 4 Dead.   I mean, it hasn’t disappeared or anything, and you can certainly still play it with people, but I no longer have friends on hand like that, y’know? It’s the Halo nostalgia case once again, as everyone’s moved on to do bigger and better things. And all…

The Quiet Man…

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It is undeniable that writing is held to a lower standard in gaming than it is in comparable mediums. This is not to say that telling a stirring narrative in a video game is impossible, this year alone has offered numerous titles that break new ground regarding the unity…

Ashen Review –…

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Well, how’s this for an early Christmas gift? An objectively good game releasing on the Xbox Game Pass!   One thing I will say before anything is that Microsoft can eat a bag of sand for not even bothering to promote the sudden release of this title. Surprises are…
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Review

Super Smash Bros.…

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Childhood relationships were formed and broken over cartoon characters flying across a suspended castle in the sky. Yelling became deafening during a four-way melee punctuated by Italians and Hyrulians bouncing off an underground chamber like pinballs. The brawl continued with a pink blob putting three swordsmen into a huge…

11-11 Memories Retold…

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One hundred years since World War One.   Figuring out exactly who did what while reading up on the events of World War One is insanity. An almost thoughtless barrage of deaths and loss, people simply fighting for their country, most of them died before they could even figure…
ABZU Review

ABZU Review –…

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I somehow skipped out on playing ABZU when it launched back in 2016. And then the game was made available for free on PlayStation 4 through PS Plus and I still didn’t play it, despite downloading it right away. I just didn’t make the time for it; I had…

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