Titanfall 2

This year I’ve made it somewhat of a personal mission to try and play games, that, while popular, are most definitely outside of my usual comfort zone. One of these particular genres also happens to be first person shooters (FPS). Being someone who enjoys story-driven […]

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Dishonored 2

While a lot has changed between the first and second Dishonored games, there are some things which haven’t. Dunwall has indeed prospered under Empress Emily Kaldwin’s reign, who, subsequently, has been training with her father Corvo to ensure she doesn’t meet the same ill-fated end […]

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Dragon Ball XenoVerse 2

When I reviewed Dragon Ball XenoVerse last year, I wrote this: “A jack of many trades and a master of none; DBX innovates dramatically within the series, while lacking quality in almost all regards… I’m sure we’ll see a sequel soon, and I sincerely hope […]

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Dragon Quest Builders

Quick, someone tell me what year it is?! That is how I feel coming down from Dragon Quest Builders, the latest game to look at how much money Minecraft has made and said; yeah, that would be nice. I haven’t played any of the previous […]

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Just Dance 2017

There was one big question hanging over everyone’s head at the end of 2015 – “Will there be another Just Dance game?” Ok, so maybe it was not quite the “Who shot JR?” of this generation, but it was certainly a question circulating the interwebs. […]

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Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare

Editor Note: while this review has been written as satire, it accurately represents our overall thoughts on the game. HELLO CALL OF DUTY FAN. I WILL TRY AND KEEP THIS SIMPLE FOR YOU. I KNOW YOU OFTEN STRUGGLE WITH READING. I HAVE MADE ALL THE […]

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Farming Simulator 17

Have you ever stopped to smell the pigs? I have. For 15 hours, I sat right in front of those beady-eyed monstrosities and questioned what it was to be a man. We are not born of any unique substance to separate us from the chaff, […]

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World of Final Fantasy

Developed as a collaboration between Tose and Square Enix, and based around the idea of creating a Final Fantasy game suitable for a wider and younger audience to contrast against the increasingly mature tone of the mainline series, World of Final Fantasy (WoFF) is a […]

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Batman: Return To Arkham

The Arkham Games are regarded by many as some of the very best video games based on a popular license. When Arkham Asylum launched in 2009, most of us were shocked. An original Batman game with no association to concurrently released films, a focus on […]

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Author Note: this article is not intended as a re-review of Rise of the Tomb Raider (2015). I will touch on some brief talking points and discuss the two DLC missions before wrapping everything up nicely with my final impressions of the whole experience. If […]

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