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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. ...

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. ...

Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution [Review]

Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution [Review]

Masashi Kishimoto's popular manga and anime franchise has been around for 15 years now and has been a part of childhoods of millennial anime fans, just like how Dragon Ball Z was during the 90's. Games for it has been made since 2003, so it has been well over a decade since the franchise had entered the gaming market. It did get some measure of popularity, which is why we now have a new one in 2014. ...

Reprisal Universe [Review]

Reprisal Universe [Review]

The concept of a video game as a medium for realizing the player's ability to control just about everything is something that gets continually pursued by game designers, regardless of where they're from and why they make games. The evolution of the medium through attempts to give players more power and freedom has been met with mixed results; some are great while others falter. Here's one that was made in the spirit of that goal. ...

Train Fever [Review]

Train Fever [Review]

The genre of simulators has seen quite a lot of themes applied to it lately. While the good old days of simulators being these borderline hardcore pieces of numbers and figures forming and changing beneath rudimentary graphics in games like SimCity 2000, Capitalism, and so on are mostly gone, simulators are now looking more like what casual gamers expect them to be. With that, many of the old school themes in simulators are being given another run, including this one. ...

Destiny [Review]

Destiny [Review]

Destiny is the ambitious shared-world shooter from Bungie, the creators of Halo. Does it live up to the other games that Bungie has created in the past?

Dark Souls II: Crown of the Sunken King [Review]

Dark Souls II: Crown of the Sunken King [Review]

Much can be said of Dark Souls II, especially when it comes to its hardcore community that is composed of people who are adamant about everything proper and "decent" with the Souls series, from the challenge to the little details that has made the games rather popular. With this expansion of Dark Souls II, developers are trying to continue the momentum and ...

Metrico [Review]

Metrico [Review]

While many have been seeing the Vita as nothing more than a JRPG machine, the embattled handheld platform has had some more interesting titles as of late. Games like Tearaway, Gravity Rush, Sound Shapes, and so on have come out with nice visuals and novel concepts that have added quite a bit to Vita current library. It has now been joined by yet another one, although its execution does leave quite a bit to be desired. ...

The Sims 4 [Review]

The Sims 4 [Review]

By this time, EA Maxis has become synonymous to disappointment and "cash cow", among many other things. But if you're one of those who still have fun with the Sims games, despite what has happened to the developers lately, then perhaps this may be the best time to get back to it with The Sims 4, which is perhaps the last chance Maxis has to convince us that they're still good at what they do. ...

inFAMOUS: First Light [Review]

inFAMOUS: First Light [Review]

When inFAMOUS: Second Son first came out for the new PlayStation 4 back in March of this year, it was more of a continuation of how games had been in the previous generation rather than being completely "next-gen". Some saw it as a disappointment, while it could be more like the baby steps to the new generation of gaming. That then is continued with this follow-up to Second Son, and it's quite alright for fans of inFAMOUS. ...

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