• Just Cause 3 Review (PC)

     

    Once again, we’re given the reins to one of the most destructive members of the Agency, and dropped (quite literally, I may add) into the lands of a place that’s been overran by Di Ravello, the latest dictator that’s made the top of Rico’s “who to overthrow in the most[…]

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    Just Cause 3 Review (PC)
  • Superbeat: Xonic Review (PS Vita)

     

    This is a game clearly designed by people with an eye for graphic design. There are some very sleek and modern geometric shapes combined with flashy and brightly saturated colors. Playing through every song gives you a great sense of feeling like you’re DJing some crazy, intergalactic dance party. The[…]

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    Superbeat: Xonic Review (PS Vita)
  • Fallout 4 Review (PC)

     

    War never changes, but the console and gaming landscape has dramatically over the last seven years. In the time since Fallout 3‘s release, open-world games have evolved quite a bit in part due to that game’s success. New platforms have also emerged, giving developers the resources to make larger, more[…]

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    Fallout 4 Review (PC)
  • Review: Disgaea 5: Alliance of Vengeance (PS4)

     

    Disgaea started life on the PS2 as a tactical RPG, where you move your units around a small map, queuing your unit’s actions in the hope of clearing all the enemies and moving on. Little has changed with the basics but extra mechanics and layers such as the Revenge and[…]

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    Review: Disgaea 5: Alliance of Vengeance (PS4)
  • Review: Tales of Zestiria (PS4)

     

    Hideo Baba, the Tales series producer, once compared the popular JRPG franchise to gum drops. Every game has the same general feel, but the flavor is slightly different with every iteration. Going with that metaphor, Tales of Zestiria is the largest gum drop to date. The flavor is just slightly[…]

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    Review: Tales of Zestiria (PS4)

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Just Cause 3 Review (PC)

 

Once again, we’re given the reins to one of the most destructive members of the Agency, and dropped (quite literally, I may add) into the lands of a place that’s been overran by Di Ravello, the latest dictator that’s made the top of Rico’s “who to overthrow in the most[…]

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Superbeat: Xonic Review (PS Vita)

 

This is a game clearly designed by people with an eye for graphic design. There are some very sleek and modern geometric shapes combined with flashy and brightly saturated colors. Playing through every song gives you a great sense of feeling like you’re DJing some crazy, intergalactic dance party. The[…]

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Fallout 4 Review (PC)

 

War never changes, but the console and gaming landscape has dramatically over the last seven years. In the time since Fallout 3‘s release, open-world games have evolved quite a bit in part due to that game’s success. New platforms have also emerged, giving developers the resources to make larger, more[…]

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Review: Disgaea 5: Alliance of Vengeance (PS4)

 

Disgaea started life on the PS2 as a tactical RPG, where you move your units around a small map, queuing your unit’s actions in the hope of clearing all the enemies and moving on. Little has changed with the basics but extra mechanics and layers such as the Revenge and[…]

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Review: Tales of Zestiria (PS4)

 

Hideo Baba, the Tales series producer, once compared the popular JRPG franchise to gum drops. Every game has the same general feel, but the flavor is slightly different with every iteration. Going with that metaphor, Tales of Zestiria is the largest gum drop to date. The flavor is just slightly[…]

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Samurai Warriors 4-II Review (PS4)

 

Samurai Warriors 4-II is an action hack and slash game developed by Omega Force and published by Tecmo Koei. Even though the game is a sequel to Samurai Warriors 4, it has been described as a different focus on the same game rather than a direct continuation. Before this game,[…]

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