Cubemen 2 Review (Wii U eShop): “Ready, Willing, and Able”

Cubemen 2 is slowly bringing its unique brand of tower defense gameplay to various platforms, first beginning on the PC/Mac through the Steam distribution service and later coming to mobile platforms. In each iteration, developer 3 Sprockets has done a fantastic job of not only breaking into the TD genre with their own unique twists, [...]

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Resident Evil: Revelations 2 Hands-On – NYCC 2014

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Capcom has a reliable presence at New York Comic Con every year, and this time around was no different. For 2014, Capcom brought a playable demo of the sequel to the highly-acclaimed Resident Evil: Revelations, allowing visitors to get a glimpse at the franchise’s first leap to next-gen. The demo features series veteran Claire Redfield [...]

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inFAMOUS: First Light Review (PSN) – “A Bright Future for Add-On Content”

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InFAMOUS: Second Son has proven to be a big step forward for the super-powered sandbox series of games, bumping up gameplay, visual appeal, and storytelling across the board and breathing new life into the series’ Conduit-filled world. Sucker Punch have also proven their ability to create robust, outside-the-box add-on content with their episodic DLC, Paper [...]

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Ys: Memories of Celceta Review (PS Vita) – “Fond Memories”

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I first caught a glimpse of Ys: Memories of Celceta at New York Comic Con 2013, the upcoming game’s vibrant intro cinematic playing on loop on a giant screen overhead. While it didn’t give much indication of the gameplay to be experienced, it certainly showed off the artistic talent Namco-Bandai had brought on board for [...]

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Call of Duty: Ghosts Review (PS4 / Xbox One / PS3 / Xbox 360 / Wii U / PC): “Not Giving Up the Ghost Yet”

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Call of Duty: Ghosts marks the second generation leap in the series’ history, making expectations for the newest iteration even higher than usual. Ghosts was released for the 7th generation consoles ahead of the next-gen versions, with the PS4 version now out and the Xbox One version serving as a launch title. Ghosts takes a trip [...]

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Wii Sports Club: Tennis Review (Wii U eShop) – “Ace”

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The “#1 best-selling Wii game of all time”, Wii Sports, was a selling point for many to spring to Nintendo’s innovative console. With motion controls being at the heart of the Wii’s experience, Wii Sports enabled a fairly-accurate simulation of a selection of physical activities, including Bowling, Tennis, Baseball, Boxing, and Golf. It was a [...]

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DualShock 4 Controller Hands-On Preview

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Several retailers, such as Amazon and Best Buy, are beginning to sell the PlayStation 4’s DualShock 4 controller nearly two weeks ahead of the console’s release. This might seem like a strange move, but it’s been confirmed that the new controller is, in fact, compatible (at least in the most essential capacities) with many current [...]

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Atomic Ninjas Review (PS3/Vita): “Radiates Fun”

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You usually know what you’re getting when you go for a downloadable title, no matter the platform – bite-sized games with appropriately reduced prices. This isn’t to say that the downloadable market is bad in any way – it really stands in a league of its own right alongside the triple-A console market. However, you [...]

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Space Hulk Review (PC/Mac): “A Tired Take on the Original”

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2013′s Space Hulk follows in the footsteps of several forms of inspiration – naturally, this includes the original board game it’s based off of, as well as the previous two Space Hulk PC games released back in the 90s. Each was a huge success, providing a tense, strategic game landscape backed by all of the [...]

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HOLY SKAGSUCK! Borderlands 2 Coming to PlayStation Vita in 2014

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It’s confirmed, looters and shooters; Borderlands 2 is coming to the PlayStation Vita in 2014! As announced on 2K Games’ web site, they have been working closely with Sony to bring the loot-and-shoot game to a portable platform, and it looks as if that endeavor is bearing fruit. No details have been released as of [...]

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