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Swing Copters [Review]

Swing Copters [Review]

When the virally popular Flappy Bird hit the app stores for Android iOS, it triggered a wave of rage around the world that lasted for around a month before its creator opted to pull it out due to pressure and personal reasons. But while it lasted, it had people talking about it, both positively and negatively. Perhaps it's time to talk about it again though with this new release by the same guy. ...

Lichdom: Battlemage [Review]

Lichdom: Battlemage [Review]

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, kind of like what Bioshock did with the Plasmids. Here's a game that pushes that to new boundaries, through the often-used element of magic. ...

Legends of Persia [Review]

Legends of Persia [Review]

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 Kickstarter or Indiegogo. There are exceptions of course, but a lot of them got done but didn't impress as much as they should. Here seems to be one of them, one among many in a genre that has been having a resurgence as of late. ...

WWE SuperCard [Review]

WWE SuperCard [Review]

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

Shadowgate [Review]

Shadowgate [Review]

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 the IP and build a new audience with an updated version that both stays relatively faithful to the theme of the original while being updated for newer tastes. That's what this game does, although the way it does so is rather interesting. ...

Five Nights at Freddy’s [Review]

Five Nights at Freddy’s [Review]

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 heart rates spike, and this new one seemed poised at doing the same. However, it actually does good for itself. ...

Mountain [Review]

Mountain [Review]

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 its poignancy while gamers raged about how it's merely a "walking simulator". That squabble is just about to get even hotter with this particular "game". ...

Risen 3: Titan Lords [Review]

Risen 3: Titan Lords [Review]

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 are those that do well in dividing opinions due to their mix of positive and negative characteristics. There was Sacred 3, and we now have Risen 3. The number and release period are the only things in common between these two. ...

Road Not Taken [Review]

Road Not Taken [Review]

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 soon, and here's another one for the road. ...

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