Halo 5: Guardians takes the best of modern-day shooters and combines it with the heart of what makes Halo special. It’s damn fun, and it only gets better in multiplayer.

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Read Only Memories is a charming game, filled with interesting characters and an excellent story to tell. It’s certainly clear [...]

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Just like any other kid who grew up in the ’90s, I was enamored with the wide-spanning collection of horror books ‘Goosebumps’ by R.L. Stine. As my first introduction to the horror genre, it would heavily influence my love of horror films in my later […]

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Transformers Devastation is good for what it is: a short, action-packed romp through G1 nostalgia, with emphasis on the short! I find it hard to justify spending $50 (USD) on this one, especially with the few disruptive bugs I found on release. If you’re not […]

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Ultimately, it took me a long time to figure out how to turn “it’s a bad RPG and an easy hack-and-slash all rolled into one pretty package” into a 1000+ word article, but there you have it. To paraphrase the wise words of Obi-Wan Kenobi, […]

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Soda Dungeon Review

Soda Dungeon is a fun little app game with a unique concept, a keen sense of humour and a nostalgic retro feel. The combat quickly becomes as dull and repetitive as a medieval dungeon, so the game is best enjoyed in short bursts (just like […]

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Dragon Ball Z Extreme Butōden doesn’t feel like a game made by people who wanted to make it, but by people scraping for the bare minimum on a project they’d rather skip. The great sprites really are a joy to look at, but repetitive, bland […]

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Sometimes it’s nice to travel off the beaten path when it comes to video games, as it can take you to some pretty weird and wonderful places. With the advent of Greenlight on Steam, gamers are more inundated with choice than ever before due to […]

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Users all over the world are collectively reliving the brilliance of our pasts or doing things with levels that I’d never even considered. [...]

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Despite all the flaws and niggly things WoW comes with, it’s still pretty decent. It’s nowhere near WoT’s level of quality, but WoW gives us something different to try out. Ships are, by their very nature, not tanks, and the gameplay is reflective of a […]

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