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Guilty Gear Strive Review - Stylishly Accessible

Guilty Gear Strive Review - Stylishly Accessible

game review12 June 2021

A series known for its stylized characters and flashy combos is back for another round of fights, but this time a few smart changes make it a lot easier to take in and appreciate what makes it so good in the first place.

Guilty Gear Strive Review - Stylishly Accessible
Ninja Gaiden: Master Collection Review - A Weathered Old Ninja

Ninja Gaiden: Master Collection Review - A Weathered Old Ninja

game review11 June 2021

This master collection hopes to make Ninja Gaiden relevant again in 2021. But for a game that really shows its age, is it a series worth revisiting?

Ninja Gaiden: Master Collection Review - A Weathered Old Ninja
Chivalry 2 Review - A Fine Sword, If a Bit Blunt

Chivalry 2 Review - A Fine Sword, If a Bit Blunt

game review10 June 2021

If you have ever wanted to be part of a medieval battle and live to tell about it, now is your chance! Just watch out for the guy behind you, he wants to chop your head off.

Chivalry 2 Review - A Fine Sword, If a Bit Blunt
Mechwarrior 5 Can Be a Thrill - If You've Never Played Games

Mechwarrior 5 Can Be a Thrill - If You've Never Played Games

game review01 June 2021

Mechwarrior series comes back after years with a number suggesting a game that takes advantage of years of development and iterations of previous installments. Unfortunately, the only mildly interesting reaction to this game can be a yawn.

Mechwarrior 5 Can Be a Thrill - If You've Never Played Games
Operation: Tango Review: A Stylish Spy Co-op

Operation: Tango Review: A Stylish Spy Co-op

game review26 May 2021

If you have ever done one of those trust exercises where you are blindfolded and need to listen to your partner, you’ll fit right in with this puzzler. Trust each other, talk it out, and you’ll have a great time saving the world.

Operation: Tango Review: A Stylish Spy Co-op
Biomutant Review: A Fuzzy-Wuzzy Fable

Biomutant Review: A Fuzzy-Wuzzy Fable

game review24 May 2021

Don’t be fooled by its cuddly-looking characters with silly names. Biomutant is a robust and enthralling RPG with a lot to offer and plenty of ways to see it play out.

Biomutant Review: A Fuzzy-Wuzzy Fable
Days Gone PC Review - The Broken Road has Never Looked so Beautiful

Days Gone PC Review - The Broken Road has Never Looked so Beautiful

game review22 May 2021

Days Gone is back on PC, even better and prettier. It's still the same game that won the hearts of many gamers. Deacon, though rough, can also be very human. Check out our PC review.

Days Gone PC Review - The Broken Road has Never Looked so Beautiful
Of Bird and Cage Review - Where Games and Music Meet

Of Bird and Cage Review - Where Games and Music Meet

game review21 May 2021

Another walking sim? Not this time! Of Bird and Cage is a unique blend of action-adventure game and metal album, created by people who spent more time in bands (such as Guns N’ Roses) than among developers. It’s a blast to hear. But is it playable at all?

Of Bird and Cage Review - Where Games and Music Meet
Resident Evil Village Review - A Village Worth Visiting

Resident Evil Village Review - A Village Worth Visiting

game review05 May 2021

Are you brave enough to discover what lies waiting beyond the village? The frights and chills are so worth it, as the next entry in the famed series puts together satisfying mechanics and enthralling, scary story.

Resident Evil Village Review - A Village Worth Visiting
Smelter Review - Beyond Platforming Heaven And Hell

Smelter Review - Beyond Platforming Heaven And Hell

game review27 April 2021

It’s as if the SNES classics ActRraiser and Mega Man X got married, had a baby, and called it… well, Smelter, which is an awful name, honestly.

Smelter Review - Beyond Platforming Heaven And Hell
MotoGP 21 Review - Dark Souls of Racing

MotoGP 21 Review - Dark Souls of Racing

game review23 April 2021

Do you want to teach someone humility? Buy them MotoGP 21 as a gift. It’ll serve this educational purpose just fine. Yes, you could choose Dark Souls, but that’d be kinda trite, don’t you think? Trust me, MotoGP can be equally unforgiving and punishing…

MotoGP 21 Review - Dark Souls of Racing
NieR Replicant Ver.1.22474487139... Review - The Ultimate Version

NieR Replicant Ver.1.22474487139... Review - The Ultimate Version

game review22 April 2021

NieR Replicant is an enthralling experience that will keep you hooked with its mysterious plot and climactic boss battles. This is the version of the game you will want to play even if you played it over a decade ago.

NieR Replicant Ver.1.22474487139... Review - The Ultimate Version
Before Your Eyes Review - Keep Blinking and Try Not to Cry

Before Your Eyes Review - Keep Blinking and Try Not to Cry

game review12 April 2021

I can't remember the last time a game was so close to making me cry. Perhaps it was What Remains of Edith Finch? Yes, these two games have a lot in common, including creative gameplay. To fully experience Before Your Eyes you should have a webcam…

Before Your Eyes Review - Keep Blinking and Try Not to Cry
Outriders Review - Solid Game, but for Specific Taste

Outriders Review - Solid Game, but for Specific Taste

game review08 April 2021

This story-driven looter shooter thrives as you see it play out. Once you finish it, you will ask yourself what else you can do without getting bored.

Outriders Review - Solid Game, but for Specific Taste
Lost Words: Beyond the Page Review - a Platformer Like No Other

Lost Words: Beyond the Page Review - a Platformer Like No Other

game review01 April 2021

What looks like an average platformer is in fact one of the most emotional games of recent years. The story of young Izzy will touch your soul, no matter if you’re 14 or 44. The only thing missing is the game's average delivery of pure platformer.

Lost Words: Beyond the Page Review - a Platformer Like No Other
Cleanliness, Time, and Perhaps Feminism - The Sims 4: Bust the Dust

Cleanliness, Time, and Perhaps Feminism - The Sims 4: Bust the Dust

revisiting31 March 2021

Today we can say with certainty that video games, firstly, are not art, and secondly, they always have an educational value and teach us important, veritable life lessons.

Cleanliness, Time, and Perhaps Feminism - The Sims 4: Bust the Dust
Black Powder Red Earth Review - A Rage Quitter's Paradise

Black Powder Red Earth Review - A Rage Quitter's Paradise

game review30 March 2021

Black Powder Red Earth is a game based on an interesting idea, but in the end it's more annoying than fun. Definitely not for everyone.

Black Powder Red Earth Review - A Rage Quitter's Paradise
Evil Genius 2 Review: A Spiffy Spy-Fi Sim Sequel

Evil Genius 2 Review: A Spiffy Spy-Fi Sim Sequel

game review29 March 2021

Evil Genius 2: World Domination is a real-time strategy sim that lets you build and manage your own criminal syndicate and evil lair. Its customization features and spy-fi aesthetic make for a great time.

Evil Genius 2 Review: A Spiffy Spy-Fi Sim Sequel
Endzone A World Apart Review - It’s the End of the World and I Feel Fine

Endzone A World Apart Review - It’s the End of the World and I Feel Fine

game review28 March 2021

The world has ended, and those who survived are building their settlements. Endzone: A World Apart is an interesting city builder in a post-apocalypse world.

Endzone A World Apart Review - It’s the End of the World and I Feel Fine
Paradise Lost Review - Wolfenstein and BioShock Walk Into a Bar…

Paradise Lost Review - Wolfenstein and BioShock Walk Into a Bar…

game review24 March 2021

Have you ever wondered where the next BioShock game could take place? Paradise Lost won’t give you an answer to that, but it creates a vision so magnificent that I wish 2K Games used it for another installment of this cherished series…

Paradise Lost Review - Wolfenstein and BioShock Walk Into a Bar…
Loop Hero is The Best PC Game This March!

Loop Hero is The Best PC Game This March!

revisiting11 March 2021

Creating a game that combines several different types of gameplay is rarely a successful endeavor. The creators from Four Quarters studio, however, make it seem completely effortless.

Loop Hero is The Best PC Game This March!
Stronghold: Warlords Review - The Sims Go to War!

Stronghold: Warlords Review - The Sims Go to War!

game review08 March 2021

Stronghold: Warlords allows you to bare-witness the tumultuous history of the Eastern Asian continent, depicting wars of the fearsome Mongol Horde, among others. The game is terribly engrossing, offering diverse missions and even some decisions to make.

Stronghold: Warlords Review - The Sims Go to War!
Chopping Trees is an Adventure, or Why isn't Valheim Boring?

Chopping Trees is an Adventure, or Why isn't Valheim Boring?

revisiting05 March 2021

I don't think I need to convince anyone that Valheim is a sensation. Millions of copies sold, great ratings, and lots of coveragpraising different aspects of the game from graphics to refreshing the survival genre. But I wanted to talk about trees.

Chopping Trees is an Adventure, or Why isn't Valheim Boring?
Anthem - EA's Worst Game Two Years Later

Anthem - EA's Worst Game Two Years Later

revisiting04 March 2021

They that no man ever steps in the same river twice. However, we took a risk and launched Anthem again – a game-service whose support and grand development plans have just been finally and completely cancelled.

Anthem - EA's Worst Game Two Years Later