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Kena: Bridge of Spirits Review: The Rot Stuff

Kena: Bridge of Spirits Review: The Rot Stuff

game review23 September 2021

An old-school action adventure, Kena lets you purify the world and help spirits reach the afterlife. Did we mention you get to throw cute, fuzzy creatures called Rots at your enemies and watch them cuddle them into submission?

Kena: Bridge of Spirits Review: The Rot Stuff
Medieval Dynasty Review: To Heir Is Human

Medieval Dynasty Review: To Heir Is Human

game review22 September 2021

If Animal Crossing was set in the Middle Ages and featured more realistic survival and crafting mechanics, it would be called Medieval Dynasty. Killing animals for food would also have to be there.

Medieval Dynasty Review: To Heir Is Human
Gamedec Review: Cyberpunk Private Eye

Gamedec Review: Cyberpunk Private Eye

game review16 September 2021

Imagine a future where people are so dependent on virtual worlds that most of their lives Ė crimes included Ė takes place inside them. Hire a game detective to solve the case.

Gamedec Review: Cyberpunk Private Eye
NBA 2K22 Review: Above the Rim

NBA 2K22 Review: Above the Rim

game review14 September 2021

Just like clockwork and right before the start of a new NBA season, NBA 2K22 is back with another bigger, bolder installment to give fans more of what they want.

NBA 2K22 Review: Above the Rim
Deathloop Review - Is Time on Arkane’s Side?

Deathloop Review - Is Time on Arkaneís Side?

game review13 September 2021

Deathloop is awash in retro 60ís style but at the cost of real substance. Clunky gunplay and only a handful of special abilities hold what could have been a great game back. The time travel plot had promise but untimely goes unrealized.

Deathloop Review - Is Time on Arkaneís Side?
Bus Simulator 21 Review: Realistically Mundane

Bus Simulator 21 Review: Realistically Mundane

game review11 September 2021

If you ever wanted to get a taste of what driving a bus was like without quitting your day job, Bus Simulator 21 is how you can get a taste of the action. We guarantee you will appreciate public transportation even more.

Bus Simulator 21 Review: Realistically Mundane
Life is Strange True Colors Review: A Rainbow of Emotions

Life is Strange True Colors Review: A Rainbow of Emotions

game review10 September 2021

If you had the power to find out how someone was feeling, would you try to help them or worry about your own problems instead? This question is one of many Alex Chen faces in another great entry in the Life is Strange series.

Life is Strange True Colors Review: A Rainbow of Emotions
The Artful Escape Review: The Journey of a Musician

The Artful Escape Review: The Journey of a Musician

game review08 September 2021

The Artful Escape is a story about a young artist who struggles with his artistic identity. Does he follow in the footsteps of his uncle, a man he didnít even know, or does he unleash his desire to become a rock star despite what people may think of him.

The Artful Escape Review: The Journey of a Musician
Encased Review: Is the Old School Still in Session?

Encased Review: Is the Old School Still in Session?

game review07 September 2021

Encased is a solid game, yet one that struggles with its own nature. Despite being conductive to genuine emotions, the old school's biggest flaw is that it's old. Read more in our review.

Encased Review: Is the Old School Still in Session?
Lake Review: Stillness in the Ordinary

Lake Review: Stillness in the Ordinary

game review06 September 2021

Sometimes a break from your current reality is what you need to clear your mind and realize whatís important in life. Are you drawn to money, career, or are your friends and connecting with special people what you really yearn for?

Lake Review: Stillness in the Ordinary
Song of Iron Review: An Axe in Need of Polish

Song of Iron Review: An Axe in Need of Polish

game review02 September 2021

Song of Iron is the result of one solo developerís hard work and determination to turn his ideas into a video game. This is Joe Winterís first solo project and it is truly a labor of love.

Song of Iron Review: An Axe in Need of Polish
WRC 10 Review - Nacon’s Penultimate Chance to Beat Codemasters

WRC 10 Review - Naconís Penultimate Chance to Beat Codemasters

game review31 August 2021

Have you heard that Codemasters is taking over the WRC licence in 2023? This means WRC 10 is probably the penultimate title in the series from Nacon and KT Racing. Will these games be remembered with nostalgy? I believe so, despite their flaws.

WRC 10 Review - Naconís Penultimate Chance to Beat Codemasters
No More Heroes III: Alien Slicing Action At Its Finest

No More Heroes III: Alien Slicing Action At Its Finest

game review27 August 2021

Travis Touchdown returns in No More Heroes III to take on a team of ten alien invaders in an action-packed, wacky, sci-fi, episodic adventure that does anything but take itself seriously.

No More Heroes III: Alien Slicing Action At Its Finest
King’s Bounty 2 Review: My Kingdom for a Dialogue Tree

Kingís Bounty 2 Review: My Kingdom for a Dialogue Tree

game review26 August 2021

King's Bounty 2 is a good game, perhaps average for others. However, if you love fantasy genre, this world will provide you with several hours of entertainment.

Kingís Bounty 2 Review: My Kingdom for a Dialogue Tree
Twelve Minutes Review: Time Well Spent

Twelve Minutes Review: Time Well Spent

game review24 August 2021

Time loops make for some interesting plots, but how a film or game uses it to move the action along determines how effective it is in the end. But just remember Ė the clock is ticking.

Twelve Minutes Review: Time Well Spent
Hoa Review: Like a Simple, Short-Lived Flower

Hoa Review: Like a Simple, Short-Lived Flower

game review23 August 2021

Like a short-lived flower, Hoa is filled with wonder. Its levels and puzzles may be too simple for some, but the wonder it creates through art and sound could be what convinces you to play it.

Hoa Review: Like a Simple, Short-Lived Flower
Humankind Review: Civilization Meets Multiculturalism

Humankind Review: Civilization Meets Multiculturalism

game review22 August 2021

Play as various cultures as humankind transcends the eras in this Civilization-inspired game. Feeling both familiar and innovative at the same time, Humankind is sure to keep you playing for one more turn. Read our Humankind review.

Humankind Review: Civilization Meets Multiculturalism
Fracked Review: A Fracking Good Time

Fracked Review: A Fracking Good Time

game review20 August 2021

Fracked is one of the better VR games on PSVR. Nice graphics, good shooting and fast pace. And on top of that, excellent music. Read our Fracked review below.

Fracked Review: A Fracking Good Time
Cris Tales Review: An Ode to the Best and Worst of JRPGs

Cris Tales Review: An Ode to the Best and Worst of JRPGs

game review17 August 2021

Cris Tales has a remarkably beautiful hand-drawn aesthetic, some unique time travel mechanics, and a fun and engaging fantasy world. Unfortunately, the gameplay is often bogged down by repetitive turn-based combat and excessive loading times.

Cris Tales Review: An Ode to the Best and Worst of JRPGs
Naraka Bladepoint Review: A Double-Edged Battle Royale

Naraka Bladepoint Review: A Double-Edged Battle Royale

game review17 August 2021

The battle royale genre is rather established nowadays with household names like Fortnite and Apex Legends dominating most Twitch channels. For a new game to stand out among the crowd, it needs to offer something the others donít. So here it is - Naraka.

Naraka Bladepoint Review: A Double-Edged Battle Royale
Road 96 Review: When the Road Calls

Road 96 Review: When the Road Calls

game review16 August 2021

Imagine taking a road trip to the same place but taking a different route each time. Youíll see sights you may have missed, experience different emotions, and you may even meet some new friends along the way. That's Road 96.

Road 96 Review: When the Road Calls
Car Mechanic Simulator 2021 Review - Refurbished Classic Instead of Brand New Ride

Car Mechanic Simulator 2021 Review - Refurbished Classic Instead of Brand New Ride

game review13 August 2021

The game about being a car mechanic is back. It's better, it's bigger, it's prettier, but overall it's a small step in the evolution of the series, rather than a significant revolution.

Car Mechanic Simulator 2021 Review - Refurbished Classic Instead of Brand New Ride
Unbound Worlds Apart Review: Platforming Not For the Impatient

Unbound Worlds Apart Review: Platforming Not For the Impatient

game review04 August 2021

Unbound has familiar touchstones of other modern side-scrolling platformers: Ori and the Will of the Wisps, Limbo, Inside, Cuphead, take your pick. Itís almost a formula by now. Throw a nice color pallet, a mystical world, and boom youíve got a game.

Unbound Worlds Apart Review: Platforming Not For the Impatient
The Falconeer Warrior Edition Review - An Excellent Open World to Soar & Explore

The Falconeer Warrior Edition Review - An Excellent Open World to Soar & Explore

game review04 August 2021

Tomas Salaís The Falconeer finally comes to all consoles with the Warrior Edition, which includes new stories and locations to experience in an already engaging open world game. Read our Nintendo Switch review.

The Falconeer Warrior Edition Review - An Excellent Open World to Soar & Explore
Eldest Souls Review: Soulslike Lite

Eldest Souls Review: Soulslike Lite

game review02 August 2021

Boss battles can be a gameís most climactic moment, often culminating an intense fight that puts your skills to the test. Well, what if you had a game that only had boss battles? Eldest Souls says hello. Read our review.

Eldest Souls Review: Soulslike Lite
The Ascent Review - What If Cyberpunk 2077 And Diablo Had a Baby?

The Ascent Review - What If Cyberpunk 2077 And Diablo Had a Baby?

game review29 July 2021

Do you happen to be a Xbox Game Pass subscriber? If not I suggest you to quickly become one. A cyberpunk adventure like no other awaits you and three of your friends in The Ascent. Just make sure they all know how to shoot.

The Ascent Review - What If Cyberpunk 2077 And Diablo Had a Baby?
Blightbound Review: A Dungeon Crawler by Any Other Name

Blightbound Review: A Dungeon Crawler by Any Other Name

game review28 July 2021

This game won't change the world, and it's certainly not the best in its genre. It does, however, have the ability to enchant for several long hours. Some elements should be refined though. Read our Blightbound review.

Blightbound Review: A Dungeon Crawler by Any Other Name
Chernobylite Review: Welcome to the Exclusion Zone

Chernobylite Review: Welcome to the Exclusion Zone

game review27 July 2021

Chernobylite is perhaps the closest you will ever get to visiting the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone and avoid any of the radiation aftereffects. And it also somehow manages to make it fun and intriguing at the same time.

Chernobylite Review: Welcome to the Exclusion Zone
The Legend of Zelda Skyward Sword HD Review: A Fun and Faithful Remaster

The Legend of Zelda Skyward Sword HD Review: A Fun and Faithful Remaster

game review26 July 2021

A decade after its original release, The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD finally comes to the Switch completely remastered with HD graphics and button controls. Surely this will keep fans happy for the next year and a half before the Breath of the Wild.

The Legend of Zelda Skyward Sword HD Review: A Fun and Faithful Remaster
The Witcher Monster Slayer Review: Mild Hunt

The Witcher Monster Slayer Review: Mild Hunt

game review26 July 2021

The idea of playing as a witcher and roaming the lands for monsters to discover and hunts sound awesome, but not when itís in the form of a game like this. Save yourself some time and read The Witcher books instead.

The Witcher Monster Slayer Review: Mild Hunt