Category: Reviews

Reviews for videogames on various platforms.

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The Last of Us – Remastered

The timing of a new console’s launch can mean a lot of developers release a game on an older machine instead of an optimum one. For the most part, this is usually an accepted...

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Destiny

After 5 long years, Destiny is here. Since its announcement in 2009, Bungie have been teasing gamers with trickles of information but it wasn’t until 2013 that we finally saw the actual game. For...

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The Sims 4

It’s hard to think that there are gamers among us who have never played a Sims game. It’s almost like a rite of passage into gaming maturity when you think about it. Not only...

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Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call comes off the coattails of the first Theatrhythm Final Fantasy which was released in 2012. From my hands on experience with the new installment, it seems to be superior...

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Fibbage

  I’ve always been a fan of party games. Whether they’re a music game like Rock Band, a diverse mini-game collection like Mario Party or a trivia game like Scene It? I’m always up...

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TableTop Racing

In the distant past of 1991, the racing genre was a sparse one. Save for F-Zero and Mario Kart, little existed to break the mold; that is, until Micro Machines. Employing a top-down perspective...

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Unepic

Challenge takes indie game form in Unepic, the first release from fledgling developer Francisco Téllez de Meneses. An interesting mix of platforming, non-linear gameplay, and silly references definitely make it one worth checking out...

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Crypt of the Necrodancer

The rhythm game is a versatile beast. With the core concept of control in a rhythmic pattern, this simple foundation can be tweaked and applied to almost any game. Bit.Trip Runner did it as...

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Pure Pool

I never really learned to appreciate certain past times until the last few years in my life. Call it getting older (I’m only 29 years old), call it being more open-minded, but I have...