Everything in DmC is cool; the characters, the world, the visual design, and outside of some lacking visuals and bugs, it’s hard to find fault with the core game. Vergil’s Downfall is a disappointing piece […]

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Dynasty Warriors 8 Empires tries to keep a very niche fan-base happy while attempting to lure in fresh blood with the deeper strategy components found in its Empire Mode. Fans of the Dynasty series will […]

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There are still kinks that could be sorted out, but Attila is one of the best Total War games I’ve played. There’s more variety, better AI, and design improvements over older Total War games that […]

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Dragon Ball Xenoverse is a huge step for Dragon Ball games, but one that should have been taken years ago. Though leagues ahead of its recent predecessors, nothing here is as good as it could […]

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If anything is clear from this review, it’s that your desired performance is mostly subjective based on what sort of games you want to play. [...]

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Perfect isn’t a word I like to throw around a lot; it’s nigh-impossible to define and is entirely subject to any one person’s opinion of what “perfect” even is. […]

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EVOLVE Review

At first glance, Turtle Rock’s four vs. one formula sports plenty of novelty, but without new, unique maps to bolster its replay value or mod support, I worry that Evolve’s paid DLC, and eventual planned […]

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If you dismiss the goofy storylines and the objectionable female character designs; you’d have a solid and well-balanced fighting game that’s fun […]

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For those hankering for the point-and-click adventures of old, Grim Fandango: Remastered is a fun and rewarding experience. For others it might just be considered a museum piece: some might get it, others may say […]

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Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth combines the Persona and Etrian Odyssey series in a way which unexpectedly feels completely natural […]

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