Reviews

Day of the Tentacle Remastered Review

The remaster of 1993’s Day of the Tentacle adds new graphics and a great commentary track to one of the most beloved adventure games from the genre’s golden age. The adventure games produced by LucasArts in the 1980s and 1990s

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Why 2016 Will Be the Year of Pokemon

2016 marks the 20th anniversary of the release of the original Pokemon games. Here’s why I believe it’s going to be the best year ever to be a Pokemon fan. Pokemon is a franchise that refuses to quit. Since the

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Dying Light: The Following Review

The Following expansion for Dying Light breathes new life into the year-old parkour FPS zombie game by adding a dune buggy and a huge new map to explore. Dying Light is the best selling Techland title in history, so it

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Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam Review

Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam is just as wacky and enjoyable as any other past iteration of the series, but it fails to change things up in a meaningful way for longtime fans. At this point, the beloved and iconic

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Gravity Rush Remastered Review

Gravity Rush Remastered brings one of the PS Vita’s most significant exclusives to the TV screen, and it is by far the best way to experience the game. While Sony has more or less abandoned the PlayStation Vita, there once was

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Crashlands Review

Developer Butterscotch Shenanigans delivers a rip-roaring success with crafting action RPG Crashlands, bringing outlandish humor and addictive gameplay to the indie scene. The crafting genre has become one of the most saturated markets in the indie PC scene, with a

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Darkest Dungeon Review

A Kickstarter campaign from two years ago has led to the long-awaited release of Darkest Dungeon, one of the best roguelike RPG titles we’ve ever played. Gamers who enjoy the challenge of a good roguelike or a great turn-based roleplaying

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Dinocide Review

Dinocide from AtomicTorch is a throwback to the NES era of gaming in more ways than just its 8-bit style graphics – it also has plenty of archaic, frustrating gameplay. The NES-era of gaming is remembered for its 8-bit graphics,

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The Banner Saga PS4 Review

Stoic’s tactical RPG The Banner Saga makes its way to consoles, and still manages to deliver a fantastic, captivating story alongside a fun and challenging battle system. When The Banner Saga released in 2014, it proved to be a surprise hit

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Resident Evil 0 HD Remaster Review

Resident Evil Zero HD Remaster freshens up with polished visuals and new additions, but it still clings to old survival horror mechanics that may alienate new players. Years before Resident Evil 5 proclaimed that players didn’t have to face fear

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