Exile’s End Review (PS4/Vita): “Average Jameson”

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There’s no question that while gaming technology advances, there’s still a soft-spot for old-school style games. Enter Exile’s End: a 16-bit, 2D Metroidvania game where players take controls of Jameson. Add in the fact that Keiji Yamagishi (the famous composer known for his work on the Ninja Gaiden and Tecmo Bowl soundtracks during the NES […]

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Aragami Review (PS4/X1): “Embrace the Shadows”

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Lince Works takes us back a step in the stealth genre with Aragami. With many so-called stealth games to dilute the pool (Dishonored, Thief, Styx), it would have appeared as though the formula was set in place. Luckily for us, that’s where Aragami comes in and shakes things up a bit. By forcing the player […]

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Bladestorm: Nightmare Review (PS4/X1/PS3/360) – “A Nightmare Worth Conquering”

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In 2007, Tecmo Koei and developer Omega Force brought a new IP to the PS3 and Xbox 360, Bladestorm: The Hundred Years’ War. With the current generation currently running amok with remasters and definitive editions of game, Tecmo Koei and Omega Force decided to actually revitalize their IP in more of an expansion than a […]

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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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OlliOlli Review (PS4/PS3): “A Near Perfect Run”

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Decades ago, the sport of Skateboarding took storm across the United States. Over time, we’ve seen the sport make it’s way around the world. It’s popularity didn’t soar until roughly the time when legendary Tony Hawk wowed people from all over pulling off the first ever “900 Spin”. In the 80s, there was a retro […]

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Deception IV: Blood Ties Review (PS3/Vita): “The reason we have the ESRB”

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Have you ever gone through a game and thought to yourself: “Man, the bad guys are always overpowered. Where’s my amazing abilities and cheap combos?” Well wonder no more. Deception IV places you on the other side of the story, as in, the ‘oh so good to be bad’ side! Utilizing an incredible arsenal of […]

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Ragnarok Odyssey ACE Review (PS3/Vita): “Not the Improvement You’re Looking For”

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Ragnarok Odyssey ACE is an expansion off of the already released Ragnarok Odyssey, a high flying, cartoon-ish hunting game. It takes the original gameplay and story, adds a few new tricks and improvements, as well as some rather menacing looking monsters and throws it back in your hands for another chance to save the kingdom. […]

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OlliOlli Review (PS Vita): “A New Standard for Skateboarding”

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Decades ago, the sport of Skateboarding took storm across the United States. Over time, we’ve seen the sport make it’s way around the world. It’s popularity didn’t soar until roughly the time when legendary Tony Hawk wowed people from all over pulling off the first ever “900 Spin”. In the 80s, there was a retro […]

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Trine 2: Complete Story Review (PS4): “An Adventure Worth Revisiting”

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Throughout this generation of consoles, we’ve seen numerous indie developers create games that offer unique experiences from those that are already on the market. In 2009, indie developer Frozenbyte released a side-scrolling puzzle-platformer that incorporated in-depth physics called Trine. The game received a solid amount of positive feedback, with the exception that it lacked an […]

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Contrast Review (PS4): “What Lies in the Shadows isn’t Always Bad”

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Set in an alternate dimension where people are shadows and you control Dawn, a gothic shadow shifting humanoid, you attempt to help a small girl named Didi in her quest to bring her separated mother and father together. Contrast is a simple puzzle game, with only a few buttons needed throughout the story; you quickly […]

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