Category: Reviews



Batman: Arkham Knight Review

In 1992, Bruce Timm and Eric Radomski developed Batman: The Animated Series. 23 years later, it still remains the best representation of the character in his 76 year history. Every form of media has taken its approach to the Dark Knight, who of course started in the realm of comic books. However, even the source material…

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Box Boy! Review

I think that a lot of us who play games spend a lot of time going from game to game, one after another. Often, we juggle a handful of games at the same time. Even when that perfect game comes along where we stop everything that we're doing to fall in love, we move right…

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MLB 15: The Show Review

April is truly one of the greatest months of the year for the sports calendar. Basketball is beginning its playoffs, as is hockey (Go Caps!). Then, there is that fresh cut grass smell coming from your local baseball stadium because America's favorite pastime is starting up. With baseball beginning, there comes a new iteration of San Diego…

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OlliOlli2: Welcome to Olliwood Review

Skateboarding games have went through many iterations and styles throughout the history of the medium. None ever really stood out as anything impressive during the early days of console gaming, and it wasn't until the release of Tony Hawk's Pro Skater in 1999 that the genre seemed to take shape. While those titles reigned dominant…

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Tetris Ultimate Review

Roughly one year ago, Ubisoft announced their publishing deal on a new Tetris game that we later learned to be Tetris Ultimate. Around E3, we learned that it would not only be coming to PS4 and Xbox One, but the game would also come to PS Vita. I was elated and while everyone else was…

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Pikmin Short Movies Review

The Pikmin Short Movies were teased a little bit before they were actually released, but as part of the most recent Nintendo Direct presentation the shorts were made available for both Nintendo Wii U and Nintendo 3DS at a $4.99 cost. The shorts are sold separately per platform, the Wii U version presented in HD…

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Never Alone Review

Never Alone was one of those games that sort of just appeared one day for me. Running this site, I try to keep up with everything that I can and I have a general idea of what is being released from week to week. Then at some point last week while browsing the PlayStation Network, I…

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