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Horizon: Zero Dawn Review

Guerrilla Games has brought us PlayStation's latest AAA exclusive title. Horizon: Zero Dawn is a step outside the comfort zone for Guerrilla Games, but that doesn't stop it from being a must play game on PS4

/ March 27, 2017

Shovel Knight: Specter of Torment Review

Specter of Torment becomes what feels like the next movement in Yacht Club Games' sonata of perfection. The ideas of the first, stripped down to the core and reimagined in a different key. Specter of Torment is a tremendous continuation...

/ March 16, 2017

INSIDE Review

INSIDE is indie developer Playdead's second game. You may recognize them as the developer of the critically acclaimed LIMBO. Does their second game live up to the expectations that LIMBO has created for them?

/ December 4, 2016

DOOM Review

I really love DOOM and I really don't love first-person shooters. There's something special about this game that sets itself in its own class and doesn't become muddied or stale. It's really good at being DOOM and that says a...

/ November 28, 2016

Azure Striker Gunvolt 2 Review

I was the wrong guy to play Azure Striker Gunvolt. I bought the game because it came packaged with a demake of the same game, Mighty Gunvolt, that seemed like developer Inti Creates returning to its Mega Man roots and...

/ November 11, 2016

Mafia 3 Review

Welcome to 1968 America, a period of time where the grass wasn’t so green. The nation was in the middle of The Vietnam War and the Civil Rights Movement was well underway. What is more interesting about the latter is...

/ October 26, 2016

Batman: The Telltale Series Episode One and Two Review

Batman needs no introduction at this point of the character's comic career. He can be found everywhere from comics to movies. The character has had his ups and downs throughout different medium attempts (Batman and Robin I'm looking at you!),...

/ October 7, 2016

Slain: Back from Hell Review

Pretend for a moment that Beavis and Butt-head learned to program and design sprites. The game they would set out to make is Slain: Back from Hell. Dripping with all that is metal and rad, Slain pulsates with eye-catching art...

/ October 3, 2016