Old Man’s Journey is a visually stunning, accomplished small game that mostly achieves what it sets out to do. If you’re looking for some gentle environmental puzzling, you’re bound to enjoy what’s being offered, and you may even get something out of the story along […]

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Strafe Review

Strafe could have been a stellar game of fast-paced shooting and looting, but it fails to deliver on either front. The gunplay is dull, the graphics lose their novelty all too quickly, and the procedural generation hinders the game more than it helps. There are […]

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Puyo Puyo Tetris is an extensively featured puzzle game with so many ways to play on your own, with friends, or online. The diversity included makes it an excellent package for Tetris or Puyo Puyo, as well as equally commendable new mixes. While its story […]

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2012 was a truly great year for gaming. However, with so many stellar titles being released the year through such as Mass Effect 3, Halo 4, and Far Cry 3, it’s fair to say a number of games probably flew under the radar. Dust: An […]

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Persona 5 Review

Persona 5 is literally the only time I’ve ever gone into a game with ridiculously high expectations and not walked away disappointed. I admit I wasn’t expecting Atlus to reinvent the wheel (nor did I want them to), but I never anticipated just how much […]

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Bulletstorm on its own is a fantastic game that knows exactly what it is – a juvenile romp through the blood-soaked tulips while calling said tulips a pack of cum guzzling c****. Considering this came from the last generation of shooters, carrying many of the […]

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Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3 is the power trip for someone who doesn’t need the best game on the market. There’s fun to be had in sneaking around and murdering dudes without a hitch, but the game has plenty of flaws too. The biggest issue is […]

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Dawn of War III isn’t a bad RTS game, and if you enjoyed DoW1 but didn’t like DoW2 maybe you’ll find some fun with it. Unfortunately, DoW3’s attempt to innovate ended up shooting itself in the foot. The lethality of Elites is frustrating while their […]

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Despite being considered a puzzle-platformer, Little Nightmares offers none of the complexity or challenge this genre is known for. The [...]

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The utterly bizarre nature of Danganronpa is what made me want to play them, and, after a certain point, grim determination is all that kept me going. At their core, there’s a lot of really cool concepts in these games that make for an excellent […]

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