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Review – Saints Row: Gat Out of Hell

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Developer: Volition, High Voltage Software Publisher: Deep Silver Platforms: PC (review platform), PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360 PC version reviewed. Machine specs: Intel i7-4770k, 8GB RAM, 4GB Nvidia GeForce GTX 770. Used Xbox 360 controller to play.    Saints Row: Gat Out of Hell is a $20 stand-alone expansion to Saints Row IV. Let that sink in for a second ...

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Review: Call of Duty – Advanced Warfare

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Developer: Sledgehammer Games Publisher: Activision Platforms: PlayStation 4 (review platform), Xbox One, PC The newest Call of Duty game is actually decent. Seriously. Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is legitimately compelling to play, which will come as a surprise to anyone whose interest in the series waned with the cookie-cutter sequels of the post-COD4 era. Credit has to be given ...

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Review: Speakeasy

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Developer: Super Soul Publisher: Gun Media Platforms: Playstation 4 (review platform) GamesNosh received a digital copy of Speakeasy from the developer for the purpose of this review How does a fighting game set in “Roaring Twenties” America sound? With a roster including Charlie Chaplin, Amelia Earhart and Nikola Tesla fighting over a barrel of booze? Does it sound amazing? Well, ...

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Review: Dragon Age Inquisition

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Developer: Bioware Publisher: Electronic Arts Platforms: PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360 (review platform), PC [I rant pretty hard about end-game stuff here guys, so dont read any further if you haven’t finished the main story yet] Being the RPG guy and someone thats been hyping my excitement here for Dragon Age: Inquisition in the last few months, I’m sure a ...

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Review: Dust – An Elysian Tail

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Developer: Humble Hearts Publisher: Microsoft Studios Platforms: Xbox 360, PC, PlayStation 4 (review platform) In an era of open-world sandboxes, it’s easy to forget what open-ended exploration games were like before we were free to wander the Capital Wasteland or the realms of Tamriel. The engrossing labyrinths of the Metroid and Castlevania series spawned an entire sub-genre of adventure games ...

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Review: The Evil Within

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Developer: Tango Gameworks Publisher: Bethesda Softworks Platforms: PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PC When I first saw the release list for this quarter I became all aquiver. A feeling stirred inside me, I felt that the horror genre was gaining momentum for this generation and shunning the terrible label “horror is dead”. The first title that stirred my loins ...

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Review: Velocity 2X

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Developer: FuturLab Publisher: FuturLab Platforms: PlayStation 4 (review platform), PlayStation Vita Games have undeniably come a long way since Space Invaders. Besides the obvious cinematics, storytelling, and graphical enhancements, the games industry and gamers in general have moved on from the traditional top-down space shooter genre that once dominated the gaming landscape. Even the bullet hell shoot-em-up (‘shmup’) games that act as ...

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Review: Destiny

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Destiny is a gorgeous looking shooter with some really solid fundamental components that's sadly let down by repetition, and a story that feels like it was written by a first-year film student.

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Review: Metro Redux

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As with home improvements, sandwiches, and my intro paragraphs; seemingly pointless “filler” is essential to the gaming industry and the recent batch of remastered titles is exactly that, Filler. The Last of Us and Tomb Raider were (in my opinion) obvious candidates for an upgrade to the latest generation consoles as they were originally big sellers when released and have ...

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