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  • MidBoss (Review) PC

    Posted by on August 25, 2017 under PC, Reviews
    MidBoss is just one of the many new roguelikes to appear on the Steam platform. While similar to the classic game NetHack, Midboss offers a unique twist that no other game in the genre has. Many of you may remember the classic version of MidBoss, which is still available DRM-free via the game's official website. This version is not nearly as polished as the Steam release, and in some ways it pales... more.
  • Trulon: The Shadow Engine (Review) Xbox One

    Posted by on August 25, 2017 under Reviews, Xbox One
    Trulon: The Shadow Engine by developer Headup Games is an isometric, card-based RPG that closely resembles a Super Nintendo game. The game uses beautiful 2D environments that are complimented by Anime-style sprites. The Shadow Engine is actually a port of Trulon for iOS, which first appeared on the Apple App Store in 2015. Trulon follows a basic premise that is somewhat vague, but it's just eno... more.
  • Tekken 7 (Review) PC

    Posted by on July 20, 2017 under PC, Reviews
    The long-awaited sequel to Namco-Bandai's flagship fighting series has finally arrived on all major platforms, and what it brings to the proverbial table exceeds all expectations. For starters, the game's story marks the end of the Mishima family saga. This is explained in great detail via the game's Story Mode, which follows the on going war between Mishima Zaibatsu and G Corporation. The story i... more.
  • Cave Story + (Review) Nintendo Switch

    Posted by on July 20, 2017 under Reviews, Switch
    Cave Story + by developer Nicalis is a run-and-gun platformer that first appeared on PC back in 2004. Praised for its stylish, 8-bit graphics, compelling storyline and retro-style game mechanics, the game went on to appear on both the Nintendo Wii (as a Wiiware release) and the Nintendo 3DS respectively. The Nintendo Switch release of Cave Story is a modern rendition of the PC classic, but with... more.
  • The Hunter: Call of the Wild (Review) PC

    Posted by on June 21, 2017 under PC, Reviews
    Hunter Call of the Wild is the most realistic hunting simulation available on the market today. Anyone that's a fan of the original "The Hunter" game will definitely enjoy Call of the Wild. Unlike its predecessor, The Hunter doesn't rely on microtransaction fees or additional in-game purchases to enhance the gameplay. There are no licenses to buy either. Hunter Call of the Wild is a standalone ... more.
  • Planescape Torment: Enhanced Edition (Review) PC

    Posted by on June 16, 2017 under PC, Reviews
    Finally, the grandfather of Steampunk/Cyberpunk role-playing has finally made its way to Steam. Beamdog fans have been dying for a Steam release of Planescape Torment for a very long time. A remastered Steam release is just what the doctor ordered.  Planescape Torment: Enhanced Edition plays identical to its retro counterpart. The in-depth story is guaranteed to mesmerize gamers as th... more.
  • A Rose in the Twilight (Review) PSVita

    Posted by on June 16, 2017 under Portables, Reviews
    A Rose in the Twilight by developer Nippon Ichi Software is a puzzle platformer where the player takes on the role of Rose, a pale, fragile girl who ends up trapped inside a large, ominous castle where time itself doesn't exist. Aided by a curse that can inject blood into objects - and followed by a large, round golem-like robot -- Rose must brave the trap infested castle and solve its perplexing ... more.
  • Disgaea 5 Complete (Review) Nintendo Switch

    Posted by on June 16, 2017 under Reviews, Switch
    Disgaea 5 Complete by developer Nippon Ichi Software is an isometric, turn-based RPG that sees the player in the role of Killia, a young, cold-hearted demon who is seeking revenge against Dark Void, the Demon Emperor of the Netherworld. Along the way, the player will build a massive army of demons consisting of Prinnies, custom made characters, and the protagonists from prior Disgaea sequels to do... more.
  • NBA Playgrounds (Review) Nintendo Switch

    Posted by on May 19, 2017 under Reviews, Switch
    If NBA Street and NBA Jam were to get together, NBA Playgrounds by developer Saber Interactive would be the result of this union. On the surface, NBA Playgrounds closely resembles the NBA Jam series due to the basketball teams - comprised of both active and retired NBA stars - all having large, disproportionate heads. Even the game's 2D perspective seems to be a nod to Midway's critically-acclaime... more.
  • Wonder Boy The Dragon’s Trap (Review) Nintendo Switch

    Posted by on May 19, 2017 under Reviews, Switch
    The Wonder Boy series is a popular collection of action-platformers that first appeared on the Sega Master System, and later on Sega Genesis. A PC-Engine port of Wonder Boy would eventually surface, but the series itself would eventually vanish into obscurity once Sega began focusing on new franchises like Sonic the Hedgehog and Streets of Rage. Thanks to developer Lasercube, the Wonder Boy ser... more.
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