Category: Game Reviews

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The Assembly Review

By Mat Paget Virtual reality works best when games utilize it in ways that are inherently unique to the technology. Still, plenty of developers shoehorn games into VR that fail to live up to...

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Crush Your Enemies Launch Review

By Jason Parker By Jason Parker (Ragachak) I love strategy games. I enjoy planning, plotting, and outsmarting people, whether they are friends or computerized opponents. It is one of my greatest joys. However, strategy...

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I Am Setsuna Review

By Peter Brown There are times when I Am Setsuna’s mimicry is too obvious for its own good, when you immediately recognize that it’s a deliberate effort to trigger nostalgia for classic Japanese RPGs....

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Brigador Review

By Daniel Starkey A grimey, lo-fi text-to-speech program coughs out a made-up word: “Brig-a-dor.” From here on, I know what I’m in for. Brigador isn’t like today’s games. From the moment you start playing...

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Pokemon Go Launch Review

By Jordan Hall By Jordan Hall (ApocaRUFF) Co-Written by Remko Molenaar (Proxzor) Pokemon Go is a game we’ve all been waiting for ever since Google pranked us on April 1st, 2014. Their little joke...

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Ghostbusters Review

By Jason D’Aprile It’s not surprising that Activision has chosen to release a To be more specific, Ghostbusters is mind-numbingly boring. Levels are huge–too large for this kind of game–and filled mostly with empty...

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The Technomancer Review

By Jason D’Aprile The studio Spiders has long been to Bioware what the SyFy Channel is to Hollywood: it takes a popular big-budget concept and creates an eager but far less grandiose adaptation. All...

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Kirby Super Star Review

By 227 I haven’t reviewed a Kirby game since Kirby’s Dream Land, and that was way back in the first month of this site’s existence, back when I still tagged reviews as “spoilers” and...

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Videoball Review

By Jason D’Aprile Gameplay is inspired by a variety of sports–football and soccer chiefly among them–but it’s easy to control, with only one button to worry about. You take a basic shot with the...