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Blue Reflection Second Light: Weighed Down By Fanservice

Blue Reflection Second Light: Weighed Down By Fanservice

game review10 November 2021

Blue Reflection: Second Light combines casual RPG elements and a mysterious story with distracting fanservice that tends to drag the whole experience down.

Blue Reflection Second Light: Weighed Down By Fanservice
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
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 Sala’s 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 game’s 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
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
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
Werewolf The Apocalypse Earthblood Review - Bland, Boring, Not About Werewolves

Werewolf The Apocalypse Earthblood Review - Bland, Boring, Not About Werewolves

game review04 February 2021

The old and beloved RPG system is back, this time as a video game. Will Werewolf The Apocalypse Earthblood live up to fans' expectations? Read our review.

Werewolf The Apocalypse Earthblood Review - Bland, Boring, Not About Werewolves
Cyberpunk 2077 on PS4 is a Disaster. We Were Supposed to Burn City, not Consoles

Cyberpunk 2077 on PS4 is a Disaster. We Were Supposed to Burn City, not Consoles

game review16 December 2020

Cyberpunk 2077 is a great game that can delight you. As long as you're playing PC or next-gen. I played on the basic PS4 and a great I have perhaps seen, but buried underneath a rubble of issues.

Cyberpunk 2077 on PS4 is a Disaster. We Were Supposed to Burn City, not Consoles
Final Fantasy VII Remake – Review of the Most Iconic jRPG Ever

Final Fantasy VII Remake – Review of the Most Iconic jRPG Ever

game review06 April 2020

Final Fantasy VII Remake is definitely more than a game calculated to prey on nostalgia. In fact, it's probably Square Enix' bravest game in many years. You don't want to miss this adventure.

Final Fantasy VII Remake – Review of the Most Iconic jRPG Ever
Nioh 2 Review – Make Me Wanna Die 1000 Times

Nioh 2 Review – Make Me Wanna Die 1000 Times

game review10 March 2020

When I started writing this review, I was tempted to follow Team Ninja's example and just copy whole paragraphs from the first game text, change headlines and add a few small changes. Fun fact: that review would mostly be accurate and relevant.

Nioh 2 Review – Make Me Wanna Die 1000 Times
Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Review – Five Days of Fun with Average Game

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Review – Five Days of Fun with Average Game

game review24 January 2020

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot is a game for fans still overflowing with sentiment to Son Goku. And only for them. Everyone else should keep on looking.

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Review – Five Days of Fun with Average Game
The Surge 2 Review – Futuristic Dark Souls

The Surge 2 Review – Futuristic Dark Souls

game review24 September 2019

The Surge is a properly realized, and distinctive game inspired by Dark Souls. Unfortunately, the inconsistencies in the mechanics and graphics departments produce some rather glaring issues.

The Surge 2 Review – Futuristic Dark Souls
The Dwarves Review – shoddy dwarven craftsmanship

The Dwarves Review – shoddy dwarven craftsmanship

game review09 December 2016

We’ve been keeping a close eye on King Art Games ever since Jakub Rozalski decided to entrust them with the development of Iron Harvest. The Dwarves can be seen as an exam of the studio’s capabilities. The results, however, are less than promising...

The Dwarves Review – shoddy dwarven craftsmanship
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided Review – lesser sibling of Human Revolution

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided Review – lesser sibling of Human Revolution

game review23 August 2016

Developing a sequel that surpasses the original is always a challenge. In case of Mankind Divided, the goal was partly achieved. While the gameplay hits all the right notes, the plot leaves something to be desired.

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided Review – lesser sibling of Human Revolution
Fallout 4 Review – Apocalypse Now

Fallout 4 Review – Apocalypse Now

game review30 November 2015

Fallout 4 is probably one of the most anticipated games in recent years. Due to the history of the series, the expectations for this title were really high... Has the game managed to satisfy the gamers?

Fallout 4 Review – Apocalypse Now
Divinity: Original Sin – Enhanced Edition Review – the hardcore RPG revisited

Divinity: Original Sin – Enhanced Edition Review – the hardcore RPG revisited

game review30 October 2015

A year and a half after the release of Divinity: Original Sin, we received an expanded version of the game. Belgian developer Larian has worked hard on improving their creation but was it worth the wait?

Divinity: Original Sin – Enhanced Edition Review – the hardcore RPG revisited
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - Hearts of Stone Review – Almost perfect expansion

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - Hearts of Stone Review – Almost perfect expansion

game review13 October 2015

The first expansion pack for the Witcher 3, titled Hearts of Stone, features a new adventure of Geralt of Rivia, but it also proves a certain point: a DLC doesn’t have to be sluggish and dull as the competition would have us believe.

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - Hearts of Stone Review – Almost perfect expansion
Trove Review: A Second Coming of Cube World?

Trove Review: A Second Coming of Cube World?

game review28 July 2015

Trove is a new member of the voxel-based games family - an MMORPG resembling the very promising but currently lost in limbo Cube World.

Trove Review: A Second Coming of Cube World?
Review of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt on PS4 – A Brilliant RPG That Needs Some Polishing

Review of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt on PS4 – A Brilliant RPG That Needs Some Polishing

game review18 May 2015

After testing the PS4 version of The Witcher 3, one thing’s for sure – CD Projekt RED has risen to the challenge and created one of the best RPGs of the last several years. Unfortunately, there's a crack on the surface of this otherwise flawless diamond.

Review of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt on PS4 – A Brilliant RPG That Needs Some Polishing
Dragon Age: Inquisition Review – the best RPG since Skyrim

Dragon Age: Inquisition Review – the best RPG since Skyrim

game review17 November 2014

After a disappointing Dragon Age II, many players got disheartened with the series, and were not anticipating the next entry in the saga. The time is now – to judge the Witcher’s greatest rival, and see if BioWare can still craft memorable RPG games.

Dragon Age: Inquisition Review – the best RPG since Skyrim