Category Archives: Reviews

‘Halo: The Master Chief Collection’ Review

Platforms Xbox One Publisher Microsoft Developer 343 Industries Genre First-Person Shooter Many of us remember the special moments in our lives when we get small peaks into the mature realms of adulthood in one manner or another. One of my greatest memories was when I was in the 5th grade. I sat down with my dad and watched my first-ever […]
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‘Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare’ Review

Platforms: PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PC Publisher: Activision Developer: Sledgehammer Games Genre: First Person Shooter Platform Played: PS4 We all say the same thing every year; that Call of Duty has become stale, that it’s the same thing every year in and out. And while largely true, (Infinity Ward, I’m looking at you) Advanced Warfare […]
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‘The Marvellous Miss Take’ Review

Platforms PC, Mac (Steam) Developer Wonderstruck   Publisher Rising Star Games Genre Action   Platform Played On PC Video games based on using stealth to bypass enemies are nothing new. Games which combine stealth and focusing solely on stealing things have also been done, although they aren’t so common. But what about titles which take away […]
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‘Tales From The Borderlands’ Episode 1 ‘Zer0 Sum’ Review

Platforms PlayStation 4/Xbox One/PC/Xbox 360/Playstation 3 Publisher TellTale Games Developer TellTale Games Genre Point and Click Adventure Platform Played Xbox One Upon starting the first episode of TellTale’s newest episodic series Tales From The Borderlands, we are introduced to a number of the main characters. Rhys, one of the characters you control, is employed by Hyperion and […]
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‘Assassin’s Creed Rogue’ Review

Platforms PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PC (2015) Publisher Ubisoft Developer Ubisoft Sofia Genre Action-Adventure Platform Played PlayStation 3 Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag was highly regarded by many, due its beloved main character, its recreation of the pirate life and the excellence of ship combat. In many ways Assassin’s Creed Rogue is an inspired sequel […]
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‘Particulars’ Review

Platforms PC (Steam) Developer SeeThrough Studios   Publisher Surprise Attack Genre Puzzle/Arcade In an age dominated by role-playing games, shooters, or open-world titles in which players engage in real-life activities or – most often – supernatural ones, you don’t see many video games focusing on more intellectual matters like the world of subatomic particles. Particulars is here to […]
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‘Far Cry 4′ Review

Platforms PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC Publisher Ubisoft Developer Ubisoft Montreal Genre First Person Shooter Platform Played Xbox One If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. That is the motto Ubisoft Montreal took when working on the sequel to 2012’s Far Cry 3, Far Cry 4. Better yet, Far Cry 4 takes what worked in its predecessor, and improves […]
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‘Pure Pool’ Review

Platforms PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC Publisher Ripstone Games Developer VooFoo Studios Genre Sports Platform Played Xbox One Getting together with friends over a few drinks and shooting several games of pool is a fairly common pastime, and Pure Pool sets out to faithfully recreate that environment but in the comfort of your own home. The minute […]
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‘Assassin’s Creed Unity’ Review

Platforms PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC Publisher Ubisoft Developer Ubisoft Montreal Genre Action-Adventure Platform Played PlayStation 4 Assassin’s Creed Unity is the first true current generation title in the franchise. With it comes some of the most gorgeous visuals the series has delivered, as well as the most amazing visual representation of Paris I have […]
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‘#KILLALLZOMBIES’ Review

Platform PlayStation 4 Developer/Publisher Beatshapers Ltd. Genre Twin Stick Shooter With a video game title such as #KILLALLZOMBIES (#KAZ), it’s instantly clear you don’t have to take the game seriously. On the other hand, one may think “I’ll pass” upon hearing the silly name. Whoever is reading this and had the latter instinct is correct. #KAZ is a […]
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‘Sunset Overdrive’ Review

Platform Xbox One Developer Insomniac Games   Publisher Microsoft Genre Third-Person Action Admittedly, it was a bit weird seeing an Insomniac Games title exclusively on a Microsoft platform at first. It’s far from a bad thing. In fact, there’s nothing bad about it, but Insomniac’s franchises have been on Sony platforms for years, so I couldn’t help but wonder how […]
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‘Icewind Dale: Enhanced Edition’ Review

Platforms PC, Mac, Linux, iOS, Android Developer Beamdog   Publisher Beamdog Genre RPG   Platform Played On PC As October drew to a close, Beamdog released Icewind Dale: Enhanced Edition, the latest in a string of revitalized Infinity Engine games. The Enhanced Edition contains all of the original Icewind Dale content, including the Heart of Winter DLC, as well as a […]
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‘Kromaia’ Review

Platforms PC Publisher Rising Star Games Developer Kraken Empire Genre Action/ Space Combat Platform Played PC It feels weird to start off a review by giving you advice, but if you happen to purchase Kromaia, press F1 or F2 to change the camera. You won’t find this advice anywhere in the key bindings, and my experience with the game was made […]
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‘A Bird Story’ Review

Platforms PC, Mac, Linux Publisher/Developer Freebird Games Genre Interactive Story Telling Platform Played PC A Bird Story is reminiscent of classic Pixar short films, avoiding dialogue and text to provide exposition. Instead it relies heavily on a visual experience in order to get an emotional reaction from the player. Players are not subjected to walls […]
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‘TRI: Of Friendship and Madness’ Review

Platforms PC Developer Rat King Publisher Rising Star Games Genre First Person Puzzle Platform Played On PC As Rat King’s TRI: Of Friendship and Madness begins, a mysterious monk asks you to help him find his missing friend, the fox. His deceptively innocent request sends you on a first person adventure through the topsy-turvy dungeons and temples of […]
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