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Traverser Review

by Diego Escala - on Jul 16th 2015 - No Comments
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Traverser Developer: Gatling Goat Studios Price: $15 Platform: PC MonsterVine was supplied with a code for review There are some games out there that begin with an interesting premise and do something great with it. Other games try to sell themselves on an interesting premise but do absolutely nothing with it and are practically indistinguishable...

The Masterplan Review

by Diego Escala - on Jun 11th 2015 - No Comments
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The Masterplan Developer: Shark Punch Price: $20 Platform: PC MonsterVine was supplied with a PC code for review Heist films are cool. Stories about actual heists are also pretty cool. For some reason though, there haven’t really been many video-games about heists. Developer Shark Punch is looking to remedy this with their latest game...

Duck Game Review

by William Saw - on Jun 9th 2015 - No Comments
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Duck Game is a drink best enjoyed with friends. Developer Landon Podbielski concocted a alternative 1984 reality, where ducks run wild in a Battle Royale inspired dystopia, competing for survival in a kill or be killed scenario. Crazy as it all sounds, it all meshes together in a seamlessly fun multiplayer setting that is great for couch play....

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Review

by Diego Escala - on Jun 2nd 2015 - No Comments
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The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Developer: CD Projekt RED Price: $60 Platform: PC, PS4, and Xbox One MonsterVine was supplied with a PS4 copy of the game It’s been four years since the release of CD Projekt RED’s fantastic game The Witcher 2 and the conclusion to their series is finally here. I’ve always been impressed with what...

Lifeless Planet: Premiere Edition Review

by Cody Scaggs - on May 28th 2015 - No Comments
Lifeless Planet Xbox One Review

Stage 2 Studios, developers of Lifeless Planet, haven’t really made any games before this one, but that’s not to say it’s a novice experiment in game creation. On the contrary, Lifeless Planet is very good platforming experience with puzzle elements mixed in. With that being said, Lifeless Planet is heavy on the platforming, but light...

Wolfenstein: The Old Blood Review

by Cody Scaggs - on May 20th 2015 - No Comments
Wolfenstein The Old Blood Review

Bethesda, the publisher of some of the best games out there, including the Fallout and Elder Scrolls franchises is back at it again, this time with their stand alone DLC for Wolfenstein: The New Order entitled Wolfenstein: The Old Blood. The New Order was released in May of 2014, so it’s nice to see developer Machine Games following the...

Broken Age Review

by Diego Escala - on May 11th 2015 - No Comments
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Broken Age Developer: Double Fine Productions Price: $25 Platform: PC, PS4, & PS Vita MonsterVine was supplied with a PC code for Broken Age Double Fine caused quite a commotion a few years ago when they launched their Kickstarter for Tim Schafer’s first adventure game in years, managing to score over $3 million and basically being...

Will Fight for Food Review

by Diego Escala - on Apr 30th 2015 - No Comments
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Will Fight for Food: Super Actual Sellout: Game of the Hour Developer: Pyrodactyl Price: $6 Platform: PC MonsterVine was supplied with a PC code for review Sometimes people come up with really cool ideas and turn them into really cool games. Other times those ideas don’t really pan out. I’ll let you figure out which camp Will Fight...

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