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Offensive Combat: Redux Beta – Offensive(ly) Poor

by Owen Connolly | Opinion PC Preview Reviews | 0 Comments | 16 Aug 2017

Where Do I Start…   In my short time writing about games here, I have tried to be as positive I can be. Even with a game such as Lawbreakers which I didn’t like, I feel as if I gave…

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Horizon: Zero Dawn Ultra Hard Review

by Guest Writer | PlayStation 4 Reviews | 0 Comments | 09 Aug 2017

   This is a guest post by: Heath Dettwiller Normal Mode When H:ZD dropped late February I was engulfed from the very beginning. My first playthrough of this game (on normal difficulty) was exciting to say the least. I thoroughly enjoyed…

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Gigantic-ly fun! A great game you aren’t playing!

by Owen Connolly | Consoles Opinion PC Reviews XBOX | 0 Comments | 06 Aug 2017

A couple of days ago, I wrote a piece on Lawbreakers, in which I said that the hero shooter is becoming stale and that it takes something very unique in a variety of ways in order to really stand out….

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Rising Storm 2: Vietnam: Review

by Guest Writer | Opinion Other Reviews | 0 Comments | 21 Jul 2017

This is a guest post by: Waffles When it comes to military simulations, no game has quite the name recognition as Red Orchestra. It made war simulators accessible and offer a realistic look into what war was or is. Other…

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Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Seas Review for the Nintendo Switch

by fionna Schweit | Consoles Nintendo Reviews Switch | 1 Comment | 18 Jul 2017

Welp, here we are. This is a game from 2013 that I’m writing about today, because it’s come out on Switch. Yes it’s the week of launch of several amazing Switch titles. But I am here to review Oceanhorn: Monster…

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Valkyrie Drive -Bhikkhuni- Review

by fionna Schweit | Anime PC Reviews | 1 Comment | 29 Jun 2017

Valkyrie Drive -Bhikkhuni- is one of those games that you should play just to for the experience. It’s a little slice of average Japanese male power fantasy, mixed in with a healthy dose of boob physics, and topped off with a dusting of visual novel. Going in to Valkyrie Drive I was expecting some fun light ecchi laughs, with a little bit of a brawler mixed in. I was honestly surprised to find a fairly deep fighting game, wrapped in an epic story and fully fleshed out characters. Each of the games characters have their own stories and motives, none are flat, and honestly this game has a better story than some RPG’s.

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ARMS Review

by fionna Schweit | Consoles Nintendo Reviews Switch | 1 Comment | 22 Jun 2017

Presented with special thanks to consultant @itsdapolice who assisted with reviewing Now that Zelda Fever has worn off, I have been looking for my next great fix for the Nintendo Switch.  One game that has been impossible to ignore has been…

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Drifting Lands – Review: A deep RPG with a shmup shoved in to it.

by fionna Schweit | Reviews | 0 Comments | 18 Jun 2017

Drifting lands has been one of the toughest games I have ever had to review. Not because the game is bad, or because its not fun to play, or even because the game it self is hard, but because there…

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The Town of Light A journey more than a game.

by Roblogfett | PC Reviews | 0 Comments | 16 Jun 2017

Intro to the game. The Town of light is an interesting journey. The game begins with your memories of Renee and you journey to an abandoned mental ward to discover what has happened. I know what you horror junkies are…

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Rising Storm 2: Vietnam: Review

Rising Storm 2: Vietnam: Review

This is a guest post by: Waffles When it comes to military simulations, no game has quite the name recognition as Red Orchestra. It made war simulators accessible and offer a realistic look into what war was or is. Read More

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