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Kinect Sports: Rivals [Review]

Kinect Sports: Rivals [Review]

Is Rare’s latest Kinect enabled mini-game compilation worth the price of admission?

Warlock 2: The Exiled [Review]

Warlock 2: The Exiled [Review]

It seems like yesterday when there weren't a lot of strategy titles to choose from in the gaming market. But all of a sudden, we're now spoiled for choice once again, at least in the 4X turn-based strategy side of things. We have yet to wait for real-time strategy to get its fair share of new awesome titles, but 4X has been getting good stuff lately, including the announcement of Civilization: Beyond Earth, as well as this game. ...

Monument Valley (iOS) [Review]

Monument Valley (iOS) [Review]

The deepening rabbit hole of mobile puzzle games has been paving the way for more unique aesthetic and gameplay experiences. They range from the elegantly simple like Threes and Puzzlejuice to a few elaborate-looking ones like 868-HACK and Super Hexagon, among many others. Then there are ones that are all about style and atmosphere, which is the case with this game. ...

Finn and Jake’s Epic Quest [Review]

Finn and Jake’s Epic Quest [Review]

For those who've never watched it, Adventure Time is an animated series that mixes zany adventures and crazy characters with storytelling that switches between and surprisingly deep character development. It has gotten a good bit of popularity, mostly for the reason that it's actually a good show. With such success, licensed video games are not far behind, which is exactly the case with this one. ...

BROFORCE (Beta) [Review]

BROFORCE (Beta) [Review]

There are games that touch upon certain themes, some serious and some comedic. For those who like to get their nostalgia fix, they can get into stuff like classic action movie tropes. But if you were disappointed by games like Rambo: The Video Game and The Expendables 2: The Video Game (which is likely), yet still want to play as an 80's/90's action hero, then you will definitely like this game. ...

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, ...

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