DUSK Nintendo Switch Review

By Grayshadow, 28 Oct 2021

Retro first-person shooters are making a huge return and DUSK is another prime example of

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    No Straight Roads: Encore Edition PC Review

    By Grayshadow, Posted 27 Oct 2021

    Taking simple concepts to create something mesmerizing takes a great degree of skill. No Straight Roads accomplished this last year with dazzling adventure teeming with

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    Midnight Protocol PC Review

    By Fragnarok, Posted 26 Oct 2021

    Midnight Protocol is a hacking strategy game developed by LuGus Studios and published by Iceberg Interactive. Players take control of experienced hacker Data as they take on jobs

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    The Dark Pictures Anthology: House of Ashes Xbox Series X Review

    By Grayshadow, Posted 23 Oct 2021

    House of Ashes delivers that monster-horror experience fans have been craving since the start of The Dark Pictures Anthology. With new protagonists attempting to survive dead

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    Valheim PC Review

    By SnowWhite, Posted 19 Oct 2021

    Valheim is a sandbox survival game in the third person, with a procedurally generated world to explore. As a dead Viking, we are transported to the fictional 10th real within the

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    Back 4 Blood Xbox Series X Review

    By Grayshadow, Posted 17 Oct 2021

    Back 4 Blood is supposed to be a spiritual successor to the massively popular Left 4 Dead but fumbles multiple times. It definitely improves on certain dynamics to keep

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    Metroid Dread Nintendo Switch Review

    By Grayshadow, Posted 16 Oct 2021

    Metroid is one of the most revolutionary franchises of all time but is often ignored by Nintendo. Whether it's celebrating Samus' birthday or fans asking for a brand

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    Gleylancer Xbox Series X Review

    By Grayshadow, Posted 15 Oct 2021

    A timeless classic is hard to develop especially with advancing technology as advancements can lead to certain gameplay systems and visuals becoming dated. Titles like Super

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    Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba – The Hinokami Chronicles Xbox Series X Review

    By Grayshadow, Posted 15 Oct 2021

    Demon Slayer is one of the most popular manga and animes today and with such a massive audience a video game was going to follow. Demon Slayer -Kimetsu no Yaiba- The Hin

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    Far Cry 6 Xbox Series X Review

    By Grayshadow, Posted 10 Oct 2021

    "Ubisoft Game", when you hear that you can predict what you're going to get. An open-world experience with lots of monotonous optional objectives. Far Cry 6&nbs

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    Alan Wake Remastered Xbox Series X Review

    By Grayshadow, Posted 06 Oct 2021

    When it launched back in 2010 Alan Wake received a lot of positive reception but that did not translate into sales. Over the years the game would generate a huge cult fo

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    Scarlet Nexus Xbox Series X Review

    By Grayshadow, Posted 04 Oct 2021

    Anime games tend to focus on the fans of the source material and because of that, the games are usually of mediocre quality. They deliver a solid experience but never try to

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    INDUSTRIA PC Review

    By Grayshadow, Posted 02 Oct 2021

    INDUSTRIA is an impressive title, especially from a small team. The mystery surrounding a different parallel reality along with protagonist Nora trying to figure out what exactly

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    The Plane Effect PC Review

    By Fragnarok, Posted 27 Sep 2021

    The Plane Effect made by Studio Kiku and published by PQube follows an office worker on his way home to reunite with his wife and daughter; the latter of whom loves making paper p

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    Psychonauts 2 Xbox Series X Review

    By Grayshadow, Posted 23 Sep 2021

    Psychonauts 2 has been a long time coming and was well worth the wait. An outstanding action platformer that captures the magic of the original while improving on many of its

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    World War Z: Aftermath Xbox Series X Review

    By Grayshadow, Posted 22 Sep 2021

    World War Z offers many of the attributes people loved from Left 4 Dead. It had strong shooting mechanics, incredible large-scale battles, and diverse campaign

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    Mount & Blade: With Fire And Sword

    By Daavpuke, Posted 13 May 2011

    Here ye, merry men. Let us depart on a noble quest in 18th century North-Eastern Europe. We shall follow the tale of a Nobel Prize winner and his writings of ‘Ogniem i miecz

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    WizOrb

    By Daavpuke, Posted 16 Aug 2012

    We’ve all had this happen to us: Somebody creates a combination of two things that haven’t been mixed before and the idea is so simple but effective that anyone could&

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    The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing

    By RON, Posted 19 Mar 2014

    Van Helsing, the immortal name that echoes through the ages. They call it a gift, he calls it a curse. Vampires, werewolves and even Frankenstein-esque monsters quiver in fear as

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    Pix The Cat Xbox One Review

    By TAYLOS, Posted 10 Feb 2017

    After arriving on PS4, PS Vita and PC, Pix the Cat has finally set its paws on Xbox One. This euphoric arcade-style game is such a refreshing change of pace compared to playing th

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    Book Of Demons PC Review

    By Woozie, Posted 13 Dec 2018

    Book of Demons is paper craft Diablo with a sprinkling of rubber ducks wearing spiked leather collars. Let me explain. Built as one of seven projects meant to be modernized tribut

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    Outland

    By Grayshadow, Posted 18 May 2011

    Outland is a platformer developed by Housemarque and published by Ubisoft available for download for XBLA and PSN. Trying to describe Outland is very difficult. The downloadable t

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    Ace Mathician

    By Daavpuke, Posted 19 Aug 2012

    Edutainment always walks a tightrope between being dreadfully boring and not being educational enough or horribly pandering. Ace Mathician is not any of that, as the education asp

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    1954: Alcatraz

    By PKKHaseo, Posted 21 Mar 2014

    1954 Alcatraz is the latest point and click adventure game published by Daedalic Entertainment and developed by Irresponsible Games. You will be playing as Joe Lyons, doing 40 yea

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    Hitman: The Complete First Season PlayStation 4 Review

    By Grayshadow, Posted 13 Feb 2017

    When Hitman was announced as an episodic tale many were unsure how this approach would work. Telltale Games found success with their various narrative focus games but for a Hitman

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    Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales Xbox One X

    By Grayshadow, Posted 13 Dec 2018

    Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales does something remarkable, it captures the essence of what made The Witcher games using cards as its core gameplay system. CD Proje

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    The First Templar

    By Daavpuke, Posted 19 May 2011

    Note: We don’t generally do this, but given recent events, we’d just like to state that The First Templar is not Assassin’s Creed and it never aspires to become

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    Sleeping Dogs

    By Daavpuke, Posted 19 Aug 2012

    Gamers don’t lack open world experiences. Usually, these action games offer a “do whatever the hell you want” element that quickly shows the lack of morality in

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    10 Second Ninja

    By c_rake, Posted 22 Mar 2014

    10 Second Ninja is as straightforward as it gets. You’re a ninja and you have ten seconds to destroy all the robots in the area. Sounds simple, but in reality is difficult &

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    Ride 2 Xbox One Review

    By TAYLOS, Posted 21 Feb 2017

    Back in 2015, Ride was released and it got some mixed reviews. Whether it was well received or not, it introduced players to a new world of simulation that a few bike racing games

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    Insurgency: Sandstorm PC Review

    By Woozie, Posted 18 Dec 2018

    The smoke barrage called in by our commander covers our advance. I charge with the remainder of the team towards the building we’re meant to capture. Inside, we navigate clu

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