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Afro Samurai 2: Revenge of Kuma Review

by Diego Escala - on Oct 1st 2015 - No Comments
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I’m just going to cut straight to the point: if you’re a fan of action games or Afro Samurai then this game isn’t for you. In fact it’s for no-one because I don’t think there’s a single person out there who would genuinely consider this a good game. ...

Q.U.B.E. Director’s Cut Review

by Austin Paul Adamson - on Aug 26th 2015 - No Comments

First released at the end of 2011 on PC with a more definitive edition, The Director’s cut,  was released back in 2014 on PC which added ten speed-run trial levels, an new original soundtrack, and Oculus Rift support on PC. ...

Gears of War: Ultimate Edition Review

by Diego Escala - on Aug 25th 2015 - No Comments
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Microsoft returns once again with another remaster that shows the competition the proper way to do one of these. ...

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...

White Night Review

by Cody Scaggs - on Mar 17th 2015 - No Comments
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Developer: OSome-Studio Price: $14.99 Platform: Xbox One (Reviewed), PS4, PC, Mac, Linux A Review copy of White Night was supplied to us OSome Studio, creators of such classics as, well actually you’ve probably never heard of them, but that’s all about to change. On March 3rd they unleashed White Night, a minimalist survival-horror puzzler...

Dragon Ball Xenoverse Review

by Michael Thomas Elliott - on Mar 16th 2015 - No Comments

Dragon Ball Xenoverse is one of the better Dragon Ball games, for a variety of reasons, and is one of those rare gems that objectively isn’t a phenomenal titles, but will be extremely worthwhile for the correct fanbase. Dragon Ball Xenoverse is solid and enjoyable title that fans of Dragon Ball Z will love, and is only brought down by a...

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