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Dragon Age: Inquisition [Review]

Dragon Age: Inquisition [Review]

So continues the curious case of the Dragon Age series by Bioware, a title with very interesting lore, but also rather inconsistent gameplay. The first game was more like a top-down RPG for the PC, then the second one was more like Mass Effect 2. Seems like this new one also follows the trend of the console-friendly role-playing experience, which shouldn't really be a bad thing as long as it's good. They did spend more time on this one than Dragon Age II, so it shouldn't be bad at all this time. ...

Far Cry 4 [Review]

Far Cry 4 [Review]

Far Cry 3 was a hit when it came out due to its gameplay and interesting antagonist. Being a series that's about open world gameplay in a contemporary setting, the games have shown the breadth of possibilities that most haven't even imagined. But this new one being way up in the mountains of South Asia is quite something even for a Far Cry game, which is perhaps what makes the name appropriate in the first place. ...

Lords of the Fallen [Review]

Lords of the Fallen [Review]

In 2014, Dark Souls II was definitely one of the biggest multi-platform releases due to its signature action role-playing gameplay that pulls no punches when it comes to difficulty and depth. It's no surprise then that other developers will try to replicate and improve upon that style of gameplay for their own games, which isn't necessarily a bad thing at all. With the recent announcement of Bloodborne being delayed by a whole month, you may want to give this one a try in the meantime. ...

Never Alone [Review]

Never Alone [Review]

Over the years, there have been artful games of different kinds, telling various stories set in both realistic and fantastical locations with a whole host of themes. It's nice to see one that tackles a different culture that is not often touched upon in any media, which is what Never Alone does to a degree. If you're a bit curious about people up the extreme north, then maybe this game can let you experience a bit of their lives. Either that or you may be frustrated to the ends of the earth. ...

Battlefield 4 Walkthrough [GUIDE]

Battlefield 4 Walkthrough [GUIDE]

CheatMasters brings you a complete Battlefield 4 Walkthrough. ...

Assassin’s Creed: Unity [Review]

Assassin’s Creed: Unity [Review]

Publishers like Activision and EA being at the business end of criticism and scrutiny over regurgitating recycled material for profit is something that has permeated in gaming culture seemingly since ancient history. Ubisoft has since joined that list due to their frequent releases of Assassin's Creed games, which may have started to sour once it got past Assassin's Creed Revelations. But then again, Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag was one of the best games released in 2013, so they might be able to redeem themselves with their next AC titles. However, it turns out to be a new low for ...

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare [Review]

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare [Review]

Call of Duty: Ghosts was more or less a low point for Activision's cash cow, having sold much less than expected and with a crowd that have become more or less jaded by the annual releases and the same old same old. It's time to set the "If it ain't broke, don't fix it" mentality aside and come up with something fresher. That must have been what the higher ups in Activision had in mind when they had Sledgehammer Games make this. ...

Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor [Review]

Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor [Review]

J.R.R. Tolkien's legacy is a rich world that has inspired most of the high fantasy genre as we know it today. His books are even been given justice with The Lord of the Rings trilogy, and perhaps The Hobbit trilogy as well (if you like them). It hasn't fared that well in video games though, with some half-baked titles that never fulfilled their true potential. That drought may have finally c y ome to an end. ...

The Evil Within [Review]

The Evil Within [Review]

It seems that the survival horror genre has been experiencing a reawakening. With recent releases like Alien: Isolation and a lot of the popular horror titles in the last few years like Amnesia, Outlast, Slender, and so on. From this transformation and resurgence out of the decline experienced in the late 2000's, it seems that a pioneer of the genre has come back to make a mark once again. ...

Sniper Elite III – Tips for Becoming a Sniper Elite [Guide]

Sniper Elite III – Tips for Becoming a Sniper Elite [Guide]

The predecessor Sniper Elite V2 had given wider audiences this brand of sniper gameplay that was first introduced in the first Sniper Elite, but it has now changed even more in Sniper Elite III for the sake of realism and fixing broken mechanics. It's a bit harder now as environments are more open and enemies are better at finding where you are now, so you need more tactical options in order to address these additional scenarios. ...

Metro Redux [Review]

Metro Redux [Review]

The Metro games were pretty good, introducing a post-apocalyptic world that is still vibrant and interesting in its own way and not just full of wasteland with some ruins of whatever in between. The Metro world was more of people trying to make the most of things, despite all the violence and desparation going on. Despite the demise of Metro 2033's publisher THQ, the series has continued, or rather redone for a better look. ...

The Legend of Korra: The Game [Review]

The Legend of Korra: The Game [Review]

It got quite a bit of hype when it was first announced. While most tie-in games get a bad rap, The Legend of Korra has a good following and the developer was Platinum Games. A beat-em-up based off of a show about martial arts with elemental damage by the kings of character action seemed pretty good. The reaction to the final release has been mixed though. Other major outlets have given this game the proverbial strike-out for being a disappointment, but there must be more than what meets the eye here. ...

Watch Dogs [Review]

Watch Dogs [Review]

If there ever is a game that shows just how powerful pre-release marketing really is, Watch Dogs is certainly it. The teaser trailers had gamers drooling over the open-world shoot-and-hack premise and the gorgeous next-gen HD graphics. It then got delayed from late 2013 to mid 2014, and succeeding trailers showed less detailed graphics that started to cast doubts on the game's development. But it's now here, and it has been more about criticizing the hype than the game itself. ...

LocoCycle [Review]

LocoCycle [Review]

While most of the games that get tons of exposure are those with serious premises, there are some that are either lighthearted or tongue-in-cheek. They are games that you can laugh at without dampening the experience and actually helps it be better. Of course, they still have to be good to be worth any merit, no matter how funny or quirky it is. That's what comes into question with LocoCycle, a game that looks like its developers had way too much fun on. ...

Lifeless Planet [Review]

Lifeless Planet [Review]

The problem with most indie adventure games that have been coming out recently is that they're mostly narrative experiences that offer little to no gameplay challenge, so players just get pulled along the story. Even though there are mechanisms that guide the players through that narrative like on a psychological or level design standpoint, but it's still not the same as getting to the next checkpoint by earning your way there. That's where puzzle platformers actually excel in, and here's another one to show the way. ...

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