Gears of War 4 Review

The game certainly has a few hangover issues from those that came before it, but these problems weren’t enough to stop me from having a total blast playing Gears of War 4. Though the campaign frequently wants you to stop and watch it do things […]

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If you were a hardcore arcade junkie then it’s possible that you might find some finicky faults Pac-Man Championship Edition 2, but as it stands I think this game is a perfect arcade title. The design takes a great idea from the design of the […]

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It’s a common trend in video games that what you get on release is never really all there is and, in fact, is merely the beginning of things to come. DLC, added content, and gameplay or design updates are all a part of extending the […]

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The best praise that I can give to Metroid Prime Federation Force is that I didn’t hate it and, in fact, wanted to like it a lot more than I did. It really refined the controls of a DS designed FPS, brought a lot of […]

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Worms W.M.D Review

There have been so many iterations of Worms over the past two decades that innovation was a necessity, but Team 17 have gone about it in the completely wrong way. Mounted weapons and piloted vehicles of destruction are fine and dandy, but only when they […]

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Depending on how you look at it, Monster Hunter Generations is what you might call a perfect sequel. It doesn’t drastically change how the game is played or tries to introduce some crazy new mechanic to keep things “interesting.” It simply looked at what the […]

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All-in-all, Fallout Shelter was a great little mobile game when it was first released, with a lot of updates and effort put into it since then. In-app purchases are still available for the truly impatient, but they really aren’t needed with the amount of content […]

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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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For someone as lazy and physically inactive as myself, I’m oddly drawn to games that use farming as their central theme. I’m not talking about stuff like Farming Simulator 20XX; I mean games like Harvest Moon, Stardew Valley, and now Slime Rancher. The farming aspect […]

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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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