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Atelier Sophie Review – Alchemist of the Mysterious Book

Atelier Sophie Review

Disclosure: the author was provided with a review code of this game by Koei Tecmo America Publisher: Koei Tecmo Developer: Gust Co. Ltd. Platform: PlayStation 3 (Japan only), PlayStation 4 (review platform), PlayStation Vita. JRPGs tend to be overlooked a lot nowadays. Beyond its niche, the genre is often considered past its prime and it’s rare to see a JRPG receive ...

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Anima Gate of Memories Review

Anima Gate of Memories Review

Disclosure: the author received a review copy of the game from Novy PR Publisher: Badland Games Developer: Anima Project Platforms: PC, PlayStation 4 (review platform), Xbox One I can’t say I expected this, but today I’ll be telling you folks about an Action RPG featuring a wise-cracking talking book that isn’t called Nier. This comes courtesy of Spanish developer Anima Project, who launched ...

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Anomaly 1729 – Review

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Disclosure: the author was provided with a review code of the game courtesy of Black Shell Media. It’s available to purchase on Steam here. Publisher: Black Shell Media Developer: Anvil Drop Platform: PC Anomaly 1729 or, as its internal files refer to it, “The Cube” (more on that later), is a third-person puzzle-platformer based around gravity manipulation developed by indie studio Anvil Drop. ...

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Overwatch Review – Battle Boring? Far From It

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Publisher: Activision Blizzard Developer: Blizzard Entertainment Platforms: PC, PlayStation 4 (review platform), Xbox One About three weeks ago, I had zero interest in Overwatch. I knew only two things about it: that it was an online multiplayer game – already a red flag for me as someone who tends to stick to single-player games – and that there was a minor controversy ...

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Project Cars – Game of the Year Edition Review

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Disclosure: the author was provided with a review code of this game by Bandai Namco Entertainment Europe Publisher: Bandai Namco Entertainment Developer: Slightly Mad Studios Platform: PC (Review Platform) Playstation 4, Xbox One Racing simulator, or arcade racer? Since the dawn of gaming it has been a question that has plagued the minds of the people who care about racing games. ...

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DOOM 2016 Review – I Like HUGE GUTS and I Cannot Lie

DOOM 2016 Review

Tested on: i7-4770k, 8GB RAM, GTX980, Windows 7. Publisher: Bethesda Developer: id Software Platforms: PC (review platform), PlayStation 4, Xbox One Alright, let’s get my potential bias out of the way first: I, like many other people on Steam, HATED the DOOM multiplayer alpha/beta. To me it was slow, the guns had as much punch as a pillow covered in pudding, and the ...

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Project X Zone 2 Review – Featuring Dante from the…

Project X Zone 2 Review

Disclosure: the author was provided with a review code of this game by Bandai Namco Entertainment Europe Publisher: Bandai Namco Entertainment Developer: Monolith Soft Platform: 3DS As the Avengers films and the Super Smash Bros. series have shown; crossovers can make for some amazing entertainment. A cast full of iconic characters fighting or helping each other is the stuff of childhood fantasies – ...

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8-Bit Armies – Review

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Developer: Petroglyph Platform: PC In 2003, when EA destroyed Westwood studios, the creators of Command & Conquer, one final group of original Westwood employees resigned and formed Petroglyph Games. Later, EA also destroyed the Command & Conquer series by releasing Command & Conquer 4. Yet with the recent announcement of 8-Bit Armies, there seemed to be some hope for people looking ...

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IS Defense Review

IS Defense Review

Disclosure: the author was provided with a pre-release copy of the game by the developer for the purpose of this review Developer: Destructive Creations Platform: PC IS Defense is a first person static turret game in which players are tasked with fighting an ISIS invasion of Europe in the year 2020. Made by Destructive Creations – the developers behind the controversial ...

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