Category: Game Reviews

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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...

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Breached Review

By Don Saas Cranes and excavators tower over a deserted alien landscape like skyscrapers. Mysterious obelisks and arches dot the horizon. Metallic colossi sprout out of the earth, decaying remnants of a dead world....

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Amazing Breaker Review

By 227 Whenever I play through something really good or really bad, it always becomes hard to decide what game to move on to next. Sometimes the thought of finding a better version of...