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  • Albion Online (Review) PC

    Posted by on October 20, 2017 under PC, Reviews
    Albion Online is a very engrossing, isometric MMORPG that relies heavily on crafting items and gathering materials, and not solely on combat like most MMORPGs do (even though combat is an important part of the game).  Albion Online is a rich and robust experience that is unlike any MMORPG on the market today. For example: the player is responsible for building the game's economy. Every ava... more.
  • Overcooked (Review) Nintendo Switch

    Posted by on October 20, 2017 under Reviews, Switch
    Developed by Ghost Town Games, Overcooked is an arcade-style, cooking simulation game where the player must control a pair of chefs and prepare countless dishes. These chefs must avoid obstacles and puzzle-like hazards, while working against the clock. The game has 28 kitchens and a final boss encounter, where the player must feed a creature to save the world. Before this can transpire, the pla... more.
  • Troll and I (Review) Nintendo Switch

    Posted by on October 20, 2017 under Reviews, Switch
    Troll and I for Nintendo Switch is a difficult game to review, especially after the abysmal launch it had. The game was (and still is) riddled with countless game breaking bugs that would cause Nintendo's new system to crash. The first bug this reviewer encountered was right after installing the game. Troll and I launched right away, but it froze at the title screen. Several minutes were spent pre... more.
  • Namco Museum (Review) Nintendo Switch

    Posted by on October 20, 2017 under Reviews, Switch
    Namco's prescience in the video game industry has played a major role in shaping the different genres that gamers enjoy on a daily basis. Games like Rolling Thunder and Splatterhouse reinvented the platform genre by introducing concepts that were fresh and innovative for their time. For example: Rolling Thunder implemented a two-tier platforming system, where the player could jump between the floo... more.
  • Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Seas (Review) Nintendo Switch

    Posted by on October 20, 2017 under Reviews, Switch
    Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Seas by developer Cornfox & Bros is an isometric, action-adventure RPG that pays homage to Nintendo's the Legend of Zelda series (or more appropriately, Wind Waker). As the game's unnamed protagonist, the player must explore treacherous dungeons and solve object-based puzzles in an effort to find their missing father. For this to happen, the protagonist must har... more.
  • Armiga Hardware Review – The Commodore Amiga Computer Returns

    Posted by on August 25, 2017 under News, PC, Reviews
    There was a time when PC computers were underpowered, heavy boxes that could only produce 4-color graphics and simple sounds through a 1kilobyte speaker. Gaming on a PC wasn't like it is today, and it definitely had its drawbacks. Commodore Business Machines - the company responsible for creating the Commodore 64, the most successful 8-bit microcomputer in history - eventually changed the way peop... more.
  • Guilty Gear Xrd Revelator 2 (Review) Playstation 4

    Posted by on August 25, 2017 under PS4, Reviews
    Gamers accustom to receiving a new Guilty Gear every year will be surprised to know that Arc System Works' latest entry in the series is not actually a sequel, but an expansion that includes two additional characters; balance and tweaks to the gameplay; and new moves for the game's entire roster of fighters. The game itself has remained largely the same from -Revelator-, and only veterans of the s... more.
  • 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.
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