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Sep
15

Magic: the Gathering – Puzzle Quest | REVIEW

There are a lot of puzzle games, and even more of the matching gem style puzzle games. While Candy Crush seems to be the most well known game in the genre, I think the very first one that I ever […]

Sep
13

Retro-View: Okami HD (PS3)

Review By Maria Maximoff Okami is without a doubt the best example of how a video game can be a work of art. From the moment you start your first playthrough you are introduced to a vibrant world inspired by […]

Sep
13

Adventure Labyrinth Story | REVIEW

Sometimes there are games, along with movies and other media, where if you haven’t experienced earlier titles in the series then you’re lost. You won’t know who the characters are, their motivations, or what exactly is going on. Luckily Adventure […]

Sep
01

Ambition of the Slimes | REVIEW

If you’ve read any of my previous reviews for games in the genre, you’ll know that I enjoy turn based strategy role-playing games. I’ve played and loved playing games like Final Fantasy Tactics (and Final Fantasy Tactics Advance) in the […]

Aug
30

Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 DLC 1-3 Review Recap

With Salvation and Call of Duty XP 2016 around the corner, I’ve finally had the chance to play the other DLC packs for Black Ops 3. After only having Eclipse for quite while, it’s a breath of fresh air into […]

Aug
29

Bound Review: A Game That Hits All The Right Beats

In a summer that has allowed indie games and smaller titles to shine and show what they are capable of, Sony has added one more title to that list before the fall rush of major AAA titles begins. Bound, developed […]

Aug
21

Batman: a Telltale series episode 1- Realm of Shadows review

Telltale is at it again with their newest episodic adaptation of Batman. Batman: The Telltale series episode 1- Realm of Shadows puts the decisions, detective work and adventures of the caped crusader and puts it in the hands of the […]

Aug
13

LEGO Star Wars The Force Awakens | Review

LEGO games have gone through many adventures. It’s a hit phenomenon that has even spun off a “toys to life” NFC game with LEGO Dimensions. The main franchise has kept a good track record of adding new content instead of […]

Aug
12

Just Deserts: More about girls than the game | review

Most of the time with a VN you get a great story, a set of cute characters that fit in to a single archetype. Usually you will have the various dere girls, the cute nerd, and at least one more […]

Aug
09

DOOM Single Player Review: (Chain)Saw Me Up Inside

After following id Software’s DOOM revival for more than two years I finally got the chance to chew through the lengthy campaign for this reimagining of the 1990s FPS classic. While the reception of the game’s multiplayer component have been met […]

Aug
09

Obliterating racers in Obliteracers!

Having played older kart-based racing games like Mario Kart, Crash Team Racing, and Wacky Wheels, Obliteracers fits right in with the genre. Developed by Space Dust Studios, Obliteracers is a neat little kart racer, that with it’s art style, is […]

Aug
01

LucidSound LS30 Universal Gaming Headset: Review

Review by: J. C. Campbell This Year at E3 I had the pleasure of meeting up with Alex Verrey of LucidSound, and he gave me a pair of their brand new LS30’s to take home and use. Since then I […]

Jul
27

Video Review | Lovely Planet Arcade

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Jul
20

Party Hard delivers slow methodical action | Review

Do your neighbors annoy you? Do you like killing? If you answered yes to either of these, you might like Party Hard. Ill set the stage for you. You’re a masked serial killer just trying to get some sleep. Its […]

Jul
19

Is Mountain A Form Of Modernism Or Just Another Screensaver?

Is Mountain a form of modernism or a screensaver? On one hand, Mountain offers a serene landscape and a breathtaking view of a mountain. On the other hand, it ages and becomes its own identity. Mountain lets you look at […]