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Tales from the Dragon Mountain: The Lair (iOS) [Review]

Tales from the Dragon Mountain: The Lair (iOS) [Review]

For those who played Tales from the Dragon Mountain: The Strix, the conclusion seemed fairly satisfying with the big baddie being defeated and the oppressed being freed from their imprisonment. But it turns out that it's not all over just yet as the sequel shows here. You must now venture into The Lair in order to finish everything. ...

Long Live the Queen [Review]

Long Live the Queen [Review]

There are some genres in video games that are somewhat questionable compared to others. They tend to be niche and put off most people due to the nature of their gameplay. The visual novel genre is a perfect example of this, especially with many people thinking that it's not a game to begin with since it seems more like interactive fiction than anything else. Long Live the Queen does do things a bit differently in this case. ...

FTL: Advanced Edition [Review]

FTL: Advanced Edition [Review]

When FTL: Faster Than Light first came out back in 2012, it became a surprise hit due to its simple yet challenging roguelike gameplay. But they weren't done yet as they've just released this Advanced Edition, which adds more features into the already great game. ...

Rain Blood Chronicles: Mirage [Review]

Rain Blood Chronicles: Mirage [Review]

As more indie developers put increasing effort into more action platformers, they've been exploring more themes and mechanics in a genre that is all about flashy moves and adrenaline. We've had titles like Shank, Strider, and so on. Rain Blood Chronicles: Mirage seeks to do even more with its own visuals and gameplay, but with more focus on quality rather than just quantity. ...

Betrayer [Review]

Betrayer [Review]

There are quite a few games out there that look very different from most other games, and some of them go on to become classics in their own right. A lot of the others though tend to populate bargain piles for the most part as their distinct aesthetics either wouldn't be enough to make up for insufficiencies in gameplay or would be outright bad to look at due to developers having tried too hard in being unique. This may sound like a hyperbole of what has been going on lately with some of the more visually unique titles out there, ...

Age of Wonders III [Review]

Age of Wonders III [Review]

Most people would think that complicated strategy games that are usually released only for PC will never get made anymore with big companies not being in churning them out, but that's not true at all. We live in a time when titles like Civilization V and Total War: Rome II have been released to considerable fanfare (even though the latter had its problems). So when a game like Age of Wonders III is released, there shouldn't be any surprise that it will be played by strategy enthusiasts. ...

Goat Simulator [Review]

Goat Simulator [Review]

The thing about games these days is that there are way less limits to imagination, so there have been more titles with novel concepts. There are some that play more like interactive fiction, while others dig into the players' tendencies like in Antichamber. There are some games though that are made to be open-ended, wherein almost anything is possible and players can create their own stories and scenarios. Goat Simulator was made to be that from the ground up. ...

Kill la Kill (Anime) [Review]

Kill la Kill (Anime) [Review]

The weird and wonderful world of anime is something that draws extreme reactions from people, either of admiration or ridicule. It's not easily ignored though, and its influence does seep into a good number of video games. With that in mind, it's worth a look into it with an open mind. As the first anime review for this site, Kill la Kill is perhaps the ideal title to start with. ...

Strider [Review]

Strider [Review]

Tons of reboots keep coming these days, with some that are good and some that are disappointments. A lot of them though are of titles that most people can't really care less about, so they get some coverage and people move on. Some get mixed reactions, even though the game is well-produced, like DmC. If there is a title that people constantly demand for, but the reboot doesn't get made, then developers take the indie and/or crowdfunding route, like with Mighty No. 9. Capcom did give fans a Strider reboot though, and it's quite alright (even though it's not Mega ...

Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes [Review]

Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes [Review]

I've adored almost every Metal Gear game that I've played. I even have a soft spot for the NES port of the first game, which is not held in very high regard by most people. The PlayStation classic Metal Gear Solid I think is one of the best games ever made, and I had an amazing time with almost all the sequels that came after that. With the dawn of a new generation of consoles, big changes are on the way for Metal Gear Solid, and if Ground Zeroes is any indication, the future of the franchise is very, very ...

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