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I Feel Like We Have Been Here Before | Resident Evil: Revelations Review

The first entry into the Revelations spin-off series first graced us with its presence on the 3DS back in 2012 and now it has finally made its way to the current generation consoles. Revelations was revered as a strong strong spin-off title when it ...

Retro Review: Mass Effect 3 (Xbox 360)

Developer: Bioware Publisher: EA Genre: Action RPG Platforms: PS3, Xbox 360, PC, Wii U (Some DLC unavailable on Wii U) Rating: M for Mature Price: $19.99 (for base game)     November 20th marks the 20th anniversary of the Mass Effect ...

Syberia u2013 Review

One might question how relevant a 2002 release can be on a brand new console, which is supposed to support new titles, instead of rehashed material in order to thicken its library. Nonetheless, the Switch is a fairly unique device, and with the ...

'Meganoid' (2017) Review - The Closest Thing to 'Spelunky' on Mobile, For Better or Worse

Mobile has perhaps been lacking the great Spelunky-like game that could at least imitate one of the best indie games of all time while being something you can play on the toilet while at work. Orangepixel steps up to the plate with Meganoid 2017 ...

Yooka-Laylee Review – What Is Old Is New Again

This is the new sound, just like the old sound.

'Troll and I' Review: A Scandinavian Myth with a Side of Bugs

From Spiral House, developers of Little Big Planet, comes Troll and I. A story driven action adventure game with RPG elements currently available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Steam and to be released on Nintendo Switch later this spring. Troll and I ...

FlatOut 4: Total Insanity review

Humans are a destructive species, or at least that’s what I tell myself every time I think back fondly to the days in which Destruction Derby and many similar titles were the king of racers on console. They were so good that they ran the show in my ...

'Wolf of the Battlefield: Commando Mobile' Review - Don't Disturb My Friend, He's Dead Tired

I'll give this to Capcom, they sure picked an unusual bunch for their latest mobile initiative. Given the original game's importance in Capcom's history, 1942 Mobile [$1.99] made a certain amount of sense. It was their first big hit, and shooters ...

Mass Effect: Andromeda Review

I remember the first time I heard about the Mass Effect series. I was hanging out with a buddy of mine after church and we were headed to the local Walmart (apparently, my memory is vivid of all those years back) to get some food and such, so we ...

Ghost Recon Wildlands Review – Sloppy But Fun

Ubisoft has done quite a bit of tinkering to revitalize the Ghost Recon series from its early incarnations on PC. With the introduction of GRAW when the last gen consoles hit the market (PS3/Xbox 360) and then the more advanced Future Soldier which ...

Super Bomberman R review

Some comparisons can cut both ways. Super Bomberman R, an unlikely revival for Hudson Soft's classic series as it celebrates its 33rd anniversary, feels like the product of another age. In its power pop colour and with its kernel of proven ...

Game Review: Halo Wars 2

  Halo Wars 2 takes place in the year 2559, 28 years after the events of the original Halo Wars.  When you and your crew awake from cryosleep on the…

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