The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Review (PS4/PS3/360/X1/WiiU): “Losing some of its webbing”

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“With great power comes great responsibility”, or in this case, with a new movie comes a new game. Activision and developer Beenox had released a movie tie-in release for the Amazing Spider-Man back in 2012, which not only was a great movie-based game, but a great game in itself. With the sequel to Amazing Spider-Man […]

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Thief Review (PS4/X1): “Something lurks in the shadows, perhaps it should stay there”

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Thief launches the series into a next-gen experience; adding to its quiver everything that goes along with a complete rejuvenation of a series: new graphics, a fresh story, clever designs and a whole new world to call your own. But just because something is new doesn’t always mean it’s better – does this new Thief […]

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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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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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Cloudberry Kingdom Review (PS3/360/Wii U): “The Most Sadistically Awesome Platformer”

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Over the course of gaming history, 2D platformers have really become a staple genre that gamers of all kinds can enjoy. Ever since the days of Super Mario Bros. gracing the NES and Sonic the Hedgehog on the Sega Genesis, we’ve seen a plethora of platformers impact the industry. Within the last half-decade, we’ve seen […]

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Fast & Furious: Showdown Review (PS3/360/Wii U): “More Like ‘Slow & Infuriating: Boretown'”

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Fast & Furious has become quite the film franchise, starting off as a focus on street racing and small truck heists, to taking on drifting in Tokyo, to full-blown warzone material that would make Michael Bay a little jealous that he wasn’t behind it. Naturally, with a movie comes a movie tie-in game, and since […]

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Cubemen 2 Review (PC): “Thinking Outside the Blocks”

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Developer 3 Sprockets released an awesome sleeper indie hit last year with their RTS / TD hybrid Cubemen. After giving the game a try and writing my review (which you can read here – if you want all the details on which Cubemen 2 was built on, give it a read!), I knew that 3 […]

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Bioshock Infinite Review (PS3/360): “To Infinity and Beyond”

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Bioshock Infinite is a first-person shooter that was developed by Irrational Games and published by 2K Games for the PC, PS3, and Xbox 360. Easily one of this year’s most anticipated games, BioShock Infinite seeks to take us from the horror and action of the murky depths in Rapture, and whisk you up into the […]

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Dishonored Review (PS3/360): “A Flawed but Solid Blend of Stealth and Action”

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Dishonored is a first-person stealth/action game published by Bethesda and developed by Arkane Studios. This was a game I chose to approach with little or no expectations. When I initially saw it, I felt it was basically a first person Assassin’s Creed. To some extent, I feel I was right, but the game does take […]

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Borderlands 2 Review (PS3/360): “Shootin’ and Lootin’ Like It’s 2012″

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Back in 2009, Gearbox Software and 2K Games had introduced gamers to the fresh new IP, Borderlands, which infused FPS and RPG mechanics. The game became a sensation amongst both critics and consumers around the nation, even selling out in numerous stores within its first week of sales. Three years later, Gearbox Software and 2K […]

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