Dangerous Golf Review

Dangerous Golf is a fun arcade title with a lot of destruction and mayhem, but it’s also one that’s best enjoyed in small portions. While there is a good assortment of courses, the gameplay doesn’t change or add anything new as the game progresses. Visually […]

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It’s always a shame when a game built on a foundation of good ideas falls over at the execution. The Technomancer is definitely a playable game with interesting concepts, it’s more a matter if you’re committed enough to devote the amount of time and energy […]

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Mighty No. 9 Review

So there you have it, friends, Mighty No. 9: A game that promised so much, delivered so little, and derailed the hype train so hard that even the survivors are still in shock. The story sounds like it was story-boarded with crayons by an eight […]

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I was incredibly disappointed by Sherlock Holmes: The Devil’s Daughter because I was looking forward to a real puzzle. That is, the joy of experiencing a detective story, trying to figure out the solution before he does, and feeling triumphant joy when you do. This […]

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INSIDE Review

INSIDE is a stunning masterpiece to behold and uncover, and is, without a doubt, an experience that should not be missed. Playdead Studios has once again taken a simple formula and excelled to extraordinary new heights when it comes to delivering striking environments and cleverly […]

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For as much as I love the survival horror genre, there has always been one prominent game series that has eluded me: Fatal Frame. It’s a franchise that I’ve forever been meaning to try, and yet, for one reason or another, have just never found […]

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I know that Kirby is ostensibly a children’s series, and so we’ll never get a truly dark Kirby game, but the story behind Robobot started off strong and promising before falling pretty flat. Its influence is just barely squeezed into gameplay, level, and visual design, […]

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Hearts of Iron IV presents a game with mind-boggling amounts of depth through a UI that, while imperfect, is far from unusable. I still wish I could sink years of my life into it, but practicality demands that I don’t fail my uni course. For […]

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Simply put, Blood and Wine is a testament to how all modern game expansions should be, offering an experience so vast and varied that it could easily be justified as a standalone game. From the start, CD Projekt RED were up front about their plans […]

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Overwatch Review

In my eyes, Blizzard has done it again – AKA the Daniel Day-Lewis of video games. Appearing from the shadows once every few years to deliver one hell of a performance, they’ve managed to captivate and delight audiences to the ends of a stellar product.

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