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I Will Escape [Review]

I Will Escape [Review]

As the year 2014 is about to end, most would think that we have reached a pinnacle in gaming with the level of brilliance that developers have achieved at this point. Even with the so-called disappointments, they still tend to look aesthetically good, so there would still be some appeal. However, it's sad to say that there are still some atrocious ones that come out of the woodwork, despite all the quality control and community-driven curation that could have filtered out inferior products like these. It's important to be open-minded with every new title and not just seek to bash ...

Elite: Dangerous [Review]

Elite: Dangerous [Review]

One of the anticipated space simulation games has finally been released, although not after the controversial decision to remove its offline singleplayer mode. Unfortunately, this game is now always-online, which has had the panties of people who were waiting for it twisted up in knots. As tragic as that may seem, the show had to go on since the release date was near. The other space game being waited on is Star Citizen, and X Rebirth has already been given an expansion DLC a year after its disastrous launch. It's safe to say that for games like this, things can ...

Mount & Blade: Warband – Viking Conquest [Review]

Mount & Blade: Warband – Viking Conquest [Review]

When Mount & Blade first came out in 2008, it was one of those buggy and ugly games that showed promise due to its simulation of medieval warfare and politics that let players start from the very bottom and work their way up the ladder to become kings and conquerors. Warband then came, adding another kingdom into the mix and fixing many of the faults, and the game started to grow on people. Soon enough, Mount & Blade because the defacto medieval fantasy simulator that fit the Game of Thrones-ified audience. ...

Icewind Dale: Enhanced Edition [Review]

Icewind Dale: Enhanced Edition [Review]

After the Baldur's Gate games having been released in enhanced editions, this was the logical next step. Its sequel can still be played fairly well these days, but the first Icewind Dale definitely could use an enhanced edition since the original game runs at a very low resolution. In the ongoing quest to re-introduce the old Forgotten Realms games to a new age, the only thing that can be done is to assess if Beamdog succeeded in bringing this Black Isle Studios product back to life. Being able to make an old game "new" again is quite a feat, especially ...

Assetto Corsa [Review]

Assetto Corsa [Review]

Yet another racing game has come, just when the year 2014 is about to be over. This one had been in the making for quite a while though, first coming out for Early Access back in November 2013, so there were people who already knew what to expect from this release. While a lot of the AAA title racing games from big companies didn't really meet expectations, this game isn't as well-known and was being made by some Italian developer. It turns out that it was a good combination; the Italians do know a thing or two about cars and ...

Dead Effect [Review]

Dead Effect [Review]

Here's yet another game with the word "Dead" in its name, like the recently reviewed Dead State. There has always been a pre-occupation with death and the deceased throughout human history, including the various hypothetical states that those no longer alive may assume. With the title of this game though, combined with its premise, you may think that the developer was clearly going for something that alluded to a more well-known game. ...

X Rebirth: The Teladi Outpost [Review]

X Rebirth: The Teladi Outpost [Review]

When X Rebirth first came out, it was quite a mess due to being so bug-ridden and broken. It still had quite a bit of potential though, so leaving it to languish would be a waste for the most part. Patches have since fixed a lot of the issues, including overhauls that were quite extensive. Hoping to reverse the bad fortunes of the game, the first expansion DLC has been released, and it does pretty well for itself. ...

The Old City Leviathan [Review]

The Old City Leviathan [Review]

Art house games are becoming more prominent these days for some reason. While they're still pretty much niche, experimental titles are gaining more exposure since games like Limbo, Dear Esther, and Gone Home. There are then games like Serena that even have interesting real-life backstories that led to their development. So when a new one comes out, like this one, those who are into this genre would like to dig in a bit and see what it's about. ...

Cargo 3 [Review]

Cargo 3 [Review]

The Holiday Season may seem to be over a month too late for scary games, but it's not like lights can't be turned off and headphones worn at any time to get that interactive audio-visual experience of being psychologically manipulated into experiencing terror by a video game. So if you want to try something that can give you a bit of that thrill, then maybe you could either check out Cargo 3 or enjoy your Christmas. ...

The Talos Principle [Review]

The Talos Principle [Review]

Ever since Valve came out with their hit title Portal, there have been many who worked to capture that same magic that the series had, right down to the songs composed by Jonathan Coulton. However, it's going to be often when a developer actually gets close in terms of the sense of wonderment in a first-person puzzle game. So far, only titles like Antichamber have done so in some capacity. This year though has seen one emerge out of nowhere in the form of The Talos Principle. ...

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