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Diablo III Reaper of Souls: Ultimate Evil Edition – Review

by Austin Paul Adamson - on Aug 27th 2014 - No Comments

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Diablo III Reaper of Souls: Ultimate Evil Edition
Developer: Blizzard
Price: $60 (PS4/XB1) $39 (360/PS3)
Platform: XB1, PS4, 360, PS3
A copy of the game was supplied to us

Diablo III has been out for a couple of years, and on consoles for almost a year. If you happen to have missed it, or just haven’t touched it since launch, The Ultimate Evil Edition is the perfect place to start.  (more…)

Spree Sports Fitness Monitor

by Austin Paul Adamson - on Aug 21st 2014 - No Comments

Spree Sports Fitness Monitor straps a sensor to your forehead to give information on heart rate and body temp, but with its high price and without proper Android support its audience is limited.

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Lovely Planet Review

by Diego Escala - on Aug 18th 2014 - No Comments
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Lovely Planet Developer: QUICKTEQUILA Price: $6 Platform: PC A Steam code for Lovely Planet was supplied to us Lovely Planet is a weird game. It’s a first-person shooter but your bullets explode into little hearts. It’s fast paced and can get brutally hard at times but it offsets that with the absolute loveliest soundtrack ever....

Divinity: Original Sin Review

by Diego Escala - on Jul 26th 2014 - No Comments
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Divinity: Original Sin Developer: Larian Studios Price: $40 Platform: PC A Steam copy of Divinity: Original Sin was supplied to us Larian Studios of Divinity fame dropped the super cool Divinity: Dragon Commander last year (read our review of that here if you missed it) and this year they’re going back to basics with a more traditional...

Misfit Shine Review – Passive, Minimalistic and Affordable

by Austin Paul Adamson - on Jul 1st 2014 - No Comments
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The Misfit Shine is a minimalistic, passive activity tracker with iOS and Android support and a sleek, futuristic aesthetic. ...

Monochroma Review

by Diego Escala - on Jun 22nd 2014 - No Comments
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Monochroma Developer: Nowhere Studios Price: $20 Platform: PC A PC code for Monochroma was supplied to us After a mildly successful Kickstarter campaign Monochroma is finally out and while it tries to evoke memories of games like Little Inferno, Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons, and Limbo it unfortunately fails to capture the essence of those...

The Denpa Men 3: The Rise of Digitoll – Review

by Austin Paul Adamson - on Jun 8th 2014 - No Comments

 

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The Denpa Men 3 takes the features and ideas of the first two games and expands upon them, making a complex JRPG with plenty of systems to master. (more…)

Anomaly Defenders Review

by Diego Escala - on Jun 3rd 2014 - No Comments
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Anomaly Defenders Developer: 11 bit studios Price: $10 Platform: PC A Steam code for Anomaly Defenders was supplied to us The tower defense game with a twist opens up the third entry in the series with another twist. This time around you’re playing as the aliens defending their home world from human invaders and the game plays like a...

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