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  • Earth’s Dawn (Review) Playstation 4

    Posted by on December 12, 2016 under PS4, Reviews
    Earth's Dawn by Rising Star Games is a sci-fi action, 2D side-scroller that closely resembles the critically-acclaimed hack 'n slasher Muramasa for PS Vita, and the action role-playing game Dragon's Crown for Playstation 3. As a super-human soldier and a member of A.N.T.I., the player is employed to help eradicate the hostile E.B.E s (Extraterrestrial Biological Beings) that have recently invaded ... more.
  • Virginia (Review) Playstation 4

    Posted by on December 12, 2016 under PS4, Reviews
    Virginia by developer Variable State is a first-person adventure game that follows graduate FBI special agent Anna Traver, as she investigates her first case involving a missing boy in the rural, but fictional town of Kingdom, VA. Inspired by a variety of television shows (i.e. think X-Files, etc), Virginia borrows the  slow-burn suspense that is now a staple of the 'whodunit' detective ge... more.
  • Overfall (Review) PC

    Posted by on December 12, 2016 under PC, Reviews
    Overfall is a turn-based RPG from Pera Games. It begins with an old man telling our heroes that they were last seen hundreds of years ago and that the king had disappeared from the world in their absence. The goal is to find the king before the enemy does. The heroes consist of an adventurer who has an epic beard and a female cleric, which can heal you when things go south. He then asks the heroes... more.
  • Shiren The Wanderer: The Tower of Fortune and the Dice of Fate (Review) PS Vita

    Posted by on December 12, 2016 under Portables, Reviews
    Shiren The Wanderer: The Tower of Fortune and the Dice of Fate is a roguelike role-playing game that uses classic dungeon crawler mechanics and vibrant, 2D graphics to produce a convincing (and very compelling) experience. As the silent wanderer Shiren, the player -- along with a talking ferret named Koppa -- must climb the Tower of Fortune to find a God that is capable of changing peoples' fate.... more.
  • Kick & Fennick (Review) Wii U

    Posted by on December 12, 2016 under Reviews, Wii U
    Developed by Abstraction Games, Kick & Fennick is a cute physics-based platformer that borrows the 'launching' physics of Angry Birds, while somehow retaining its identity as a competent platformer. While simple, the story tells of Kick, a young boy on a mission to help a flying robot named Fennick find his missing energy core. Problem is, this energy core went missing inside Core Tower aft... more.
  • God Eater 2: Rage Burst (Review) Playstation 4

    Posted by on November 5, 2016 under PS4, Reviews
    God Eater 2: Rage Burst is an action RPG that follows in the footsteps of its predecessor, Resurrection, which released earlier this year for Playstation 4 and PSVita. Based three years after the events of Resurrection, Rage Eaters' world has succumbed to a 'red rain' that has created a fatal pandemic known as the 'Black Plague'. This disease has a mortality rate of 100% once it infects a host. As... more.
  • Ninja Usagimaru: The Mysterious Karakuri Castle (Review) Nintendo 3DS

    Posted by on November 5, 2016 under Portables, Reviews
    Ninja Usagimaru: The Mysterious Karakuri Castle by Aksys Games is a direct sequel to 'The Gem of Blessings', a 2D block puzzle game that first appeared on Nintendo 3DS in June of 2015. As the game's bunny-eared protagonist Usagimaru, the player must solve difficult puzzles, avoid dangerous traps, and use special skills to save a group of villagers that were captured by evil monsters. Like its p... more.
  • Lost Sea (Review) Playstation 4

    Posted by on November 5, 2016 under PS4, Reviews
    The Bermuda Triangle isn't the first thing that comes to mind when a gamer thinks about videogames, but Lost Sea by eastasiasoft is an isometric action RPG that delves into the possibility of what might happen if someone vanishes from the location. As one of eight survivors, the player must traverse a series of tropical islands while fending off enemies; solving puzzles; and ultimately rebuilding ... more.
  • Severed (Review) iOS – iPhone/iPad

    Posted by on October 6, 2016 under Portables, Reviews
    Severed by developer Drinkbox Studios is a first-person dungeon crawler that sees the player in the role of Sasha, a one-armed warrior that is on a quest to find her missing family. The journey that lies ahead is a treacherous one, as the player uses the iPad's touchscreen to hack and slash their way through a variety of monsters and puzzles. Severed's concept isn't new, but it's executed so we... more.
  • Bus Simulator 16 (Review) PC

    Posted by on September 23, 2016 under PC, Reviews
    The much-anticipated Bus Simulator 16 is finally here, and it implements the most in-depth features a simulation has ever seen. Unlike other bus simulators, Bus Simulator 16 not only allows you to drive buses, but build your own company as well. Previous games in the genre have you working for a single bus company, while running routes and sticking to a schedule. Bus Simulator 16 has you doing... more.
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