Category: Review

Watch or Play? As the technology behind games has increased, so has the desire and opportunity for developers to make their titles more “cinematic.” Crafting stories on a grander scale, acted out by highly-detailed digital performers on your console of choice....
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Review: Gurumin 3D: A Monstrous Adventure

Bring the Old to the New We’ve already talked about Japanese developer Falcom at length in various reviews. Really, what else is there to say about them? What’s that? They released a one-off action-RPG game over a decade ago that’s...
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Review: The Final Station

Post-Apocalyptic Express Zombie-centric games are a dime a dozen in this day and age. Some are obvious cash-ins on the supposed craze, and others are well-crafted and rather enjoyable (Looking at you, The Last of Us). Sometimes, there are entries into...
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Review: Shantae: Half-Genie Hero

Funding the Good Stuff With licensed video games generally seen as low-effort cash grabs and the butt of many jokes amongst gamers, its hard to imagine that any developers actually want to work on these games. Seemingly even crazier is the...
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Review: Redout

Ever Race…In The Future? Racing games can be a bit of a security blanket for some. The genre is about as diverse and varied as they come. If you’re looking for realism, racing sims would probably be up your alley....
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Review: Nitroplus Blasterz: Heroines Infinite Duel [PC]

The Gang’s All Here The crossover – an idea in entertainment that brings a character or a group from a secondary piece of media (or multiple) into the primary one. It’s incredibly common, and we see it across all forms...
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Review: Final Fantasy XV

It’s certainly no secret that players the world over have been waiting a long time for Final Fantasy Versus XIII… I mean, Final Fantasy XV. After skipping an entire console generation, the game has finally released to eager fans who...
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Review: Senran Kagura Bon Appetit! – Full Course

[Note: Due to the fanservice-heavy nature of this game, some of the images in this review may be considered NSFW.] Show the PC Some Love The Console-to-PC port market has become a burgeoning one over the last decade or so. For...
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