Category Archives: Review

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Lichdom: Battlemage [Review]

Sep
1
2014

First-person games tend to be stereotyped as a hodge podge of guns and military nonsense that get pubescent boys nursing semis while they play. But there have been quite a few true first-person action games ("walking simulators" not included) that go away from the gun-shooting cliché and into something else, ...

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Legends of Persia [Review]

Aug
31
2014

Back in 2012, during the height of the Kickstarter craze, there were quite a few projects that looked like they could be biting off more than they could chew. We've seen some of their results, and it has made a lot of gamers more cynical about crowdfunded projects on either ...

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The Walking Dead: Season Two Episode 5 – No Going Back [Review]

Aug
30
2014

How is the final episode of The Walking Dead: Season Two?

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WWE SuperCard [Review]

Aug
28
2014

Is the new free to play WWE trading card game worth the time to download? Find out in this review for WWE SuperCard!

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Shadowgate [Review]

Aug
26
2014

Whenever a really old game gets remade, especially when it's decades later, it's released to a new generation that don't know what it is in the first place. Aside from some nostalgia from the really old crowd who happened to have played the original, the point here is to revive ...

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Five Nights at Freddy’s [Review]

Aug
26
2014

Ever since the days of Amnesia: The Dark Descent, Slenderman, SCP Containment Breach and Outlast, the horror game craze from a few years ago has given way to rather lame titles that aren't really that scary. They fall on the wayside with their limp-wristed attempts at making goosebumps rise and ...

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Mountain [Review]

Aug
24
2014

In recent times, the definition of a "game" has been under scrutiny and debate as more and more developers are starting to push the envelope (or pull it back, as detractors would say). This was definitely the case when Gone Home first came out, and critics generally praised it for ...

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Risen 3: Titan Lords [Review]

Aug
23
2014

Games, like with other forms of media, give their audiences subjective experiences that are then formalized and described as objectively as humanly possible. There are those that get praised by the majority, while a lot of others languish far in the background or even deep in the bin. But there ...

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Road Not Taken [Review]

Aug
20
2014

Thanks to games like FTL: Faster Than Light and The Binding of Isaac, roguelikes are now more prominent in recent releases. Some examples that have come out this year are Abyss Odyssey and the dancepad dungeon crawler Crypt of the NecroDancer. The roguelike express is not bound to stop anytime ...

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Kentucky Route Zero: Act III [Review]

Aug
19
2014

The good thing about the adventure game is that stories of all sorts can be told through this genre, and we do mean literally any story. When done right, even the seemingly mundane tales about anything and everything or even nothing can be made interesting through an adventure game. This ...

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P.T. PS4 [Review]

Aug
19
2014

P.T. is an experimental horror game that is the world’s first “interactive teaser”. It’s free of charge, but is the game worth downloading?

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Sacred 3 [Review]

Aug
11
2014

A successful game series is defined by several things, one of which is a steady improvement on a particular formula that was started with the first game and refined in the succeeding ones. It stands to reason that sequels show the evolution from their predecessors in both gameplay and aesthetics ...

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The Wonderful 101 [Review]

Aug
6
2014

Among the three "next-gen" consoles, the Wii U had drawn the shorter stick, despite being released much earlier. However, its sales have started to pick up more with the release of titles like Mario Kart 8 and Super Smash Bros 4. Despite those big first-party titles, the Wii U's game ...

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Super Comboman [Review]

Aug
4
2014

Most of the time, when you see a game that really looks good, they could be worth getting even if the gameplay doesn't end up being that good just because of the aesthetic quality. However, there are those that don't make the cut as well as they should, despite their ...

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OlliOlli [Review]

Aug
2
2014

Skateboarding is a curious thing indeed, especially for those who are not into it in real life but have played games like Tony Hawk's Pro Skater and Skate. The aforementioned games are pretty good in their own right, although they're only as good as the general interest in skateboarding itself. ...

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