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Catlateral Damage Review

by Diego Escala - on Aug 3rd 2015 - No Comments
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Catlateral Damage Developer: Chris Chung/Fire Hose Games Price: $10 Platform: PC MonsterVine was supplied with a PC code for Catlateral Damage Catlateral Damage is the type of game where your enjoyment of it relies heavily on how much you find cat jokes funny and whether you can tolerate a joke concept for hours on end. ...

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...

I Am Bread Review

by Michael Thomas Elliott - on Apr 22nd 2015 - No Comments

I Am Bread is a gloriously silly adventure that takes a loaf of bread to multiple suburban settings as it attempts to complete its lifelong goal, to become toast. Like Surgeon Simulator, which was also from Bossa Studios, I Am Bread is a purposefully wacky and buggy game that is as much a puzzle as it is an experiment with physics. While the...

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...

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...

Blackguards Review

by Diego Escala - on Feb 5th 2014 - No Comments

Blackguards Developer: Daedalic Entertainment Price: $40 Platform: PC A Steam code for Blackguards was supplied to us Recently Daedalic Entertainment have put out adventure games such as the Edna & Harvey and Deponia series but Blackguards is nothing like that. ...

Mortal Kombat Komplete Edition Review

by Diego Escala - on Jul 5th 2013 - No Comments

Mortal Kombat Komplete Edition Developer: NetherRealm Studios/High Voltage Software (PC) Price: $30 Platform: PC A Steam code for MK:KE was supplied to us For over a year the only way for PC players to enjoy a Mortal Kombat game was to deal with that horrid Mortal Kombat Kollection port and now PC players will finally be able to sink...

Deadpool Review

by Diego Escala - on Jul 3rd 2013 - 1 Comment

Deadpool Developer: High Moon Studios Price: $50 Platform: PC, PS3, Xbox 360 A PSN code for Deadpool was supplied to us Deadpool is the type of game that’s really hoping you like Deadpool, as in if you can’t stand the character you’re not going to enjoy playing this game at all. Unlike High Moon Studios’ previous...

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