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  • Halo 5: Guardians Review (Xbox One)

    Posted by on February 15, 2016 under Reviews, Xbox One
    Halo 5: Guardians is the much-anticipated sequel to Microsoft's Halo franchise, a scifi first-person shooter that follows the story of Master Chief and an alien menace known simply as the Covenant. Not to be confused with Halo: The Master Chief Collection, which contains the original Halo games remastered in HD, Guardians's story occurs eight months after the events of Halo 4. A grief stricken ... more.
  • Dungeon Travelers 2 Review (PS Vita)

    Posted by on January 22, 2016 under Portables, Reviews
    Dungeon Travelers 2 for PSVita is a Japanese dungeon crawler that combines the best elements from the genre, while keeping the game basic enough for causal gamers to enjoy. Everything that makes a dungeon crawler unique is present, including hours of dungeon exploring, monster killing, and treasure hunting. The North American release of Dungeon Travelers 2 was censored before its release. The J... more.
  • Ride Review (Xbox One)

    Posted by on January 22, 2016 under PC, Reviews
    The latest motorcycle simulator by developer Milestone S.r.l has finally launched on all the major platforms. Ride provides an authentic Motorsport experience, complete with a full-range of motorcycles, accessories, and numerous ways to customize your in-game appearance. The game starts with the player designing their avatar (i.e. Rider).  The available customization options are extensive, as ... more.
  • OMSI 2 Downtown Chicago Review (PC)

    Posted by on January 22, 2016 under PC, Reviews
    On the heels of the Projekt Gladbeck expansion, Chicago Downtown is the latest official expansion for OMSI 2. Chicago incorporates incredibly long bus routes with a couple of new bus models that are native to the Chicago area. The expansion also includes iconic locations such as Navy Pier and the Stadium, to name just a few. Plus, dozens of other well-known stops have been added along the way, ... more.
  • Review: Operation Abyss: Neo Tokyo Legacy (PS Vita)

    Posted by on January 5, 2016 under Portables, Reviews
    Developed by Experience Inc, Operation Abyss: Neo Tokyo Legacy is a first-person dungeon crawler that pays homage to such classics as Wizardry and Dungeon Master. The story's unnamed protagonist - a young high school student that attends Hinowa Academy - suddenly blacks out on his way home from school. As our would-be hero regains consciousness, he finds himself in a dark, murky room somewhere und... more.
  • Review: Leap of Fate (PC)

    Posted by on January 4, 2016 under PC, Reviews
    Leap of Fate is a unique roguelike that incorporates the best elements of the genre with the action of a bullet hell shooter. The game is very similar to Overture, which is another roguelike shoot'em up. What really sets Leap of Fate apart from other games in the genre is its story; this is where other games in the genre seem to fall short. Every time you start a new game or advance to a new ch... more.
  • Review: Shadowrun Hong Kong (PC)

    Posted by on January 4, 2016 under PC, Reviews
    Shadowrun Hong Kong is the latest release in the Shadowrun series. Like its predecessors, Hong Kong’s premise is a dark, twisted cyberpunk tale that will take you through the bowels of Hong Kong in search of justice, revenge and a body count like no other. Hong Kong happens to be the most in-depth Shadowrun game to date, as it dredges up memories of pen and paper D&D. With a story that pu... more.
  • Review: Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege (Xbox One)

    Posted by on January 3, 2016 under Reviews, Xbox One
    Like Battlefield and Call of Duty, Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six series has been entertaining console and PC gamers alike for well over a decade. But unlike the competition (which uses fast-paced gameplay and quick respawn times), Rainbow Six Siege for Xbox One uses a slow, tactical approach to the gunplay that causes hearts to race and tensions to run high. The game also uses a punishing, 'once you're... more.
  • Review: Wasteland 2: Director’s Cut (Playstation 4)

    Posted by on January 3, 2016 under Reviews, Xbox One
    Brian Fargo is known for a laundry list of ionic game franchises that have appeared on a variety of platforms, including the popular Apple II and Commodore 64. His earlier efforts - Demon's Forge and Mindshadow (both popular text-based adventures) - were the precursors to his more popular games (i.e. Bard's Tale, Wasteland, etc.). Since the initial release of Wasteland for Apple II in 1988, gamers... more.
  • Review: Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax (PS Vita)

    Posted by on January 3, 2016 under Portables, PS3, Reviews
    Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax is a 2D arcade fighting game co-developed by Ecole Software and French Bread, and published by Sega of America. Released in Japanese arcades on March 18th, 2014 , the console release celebrates the 20th anniversary of ASCII Media Works' Dengeki Bunko imprint, which features popular characters from various light novels. Initially, the Japanese console version(s) of Fi... more.
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