Posts Tagged ‘review’
  • Review: The Witcher III: Wild Hunt (Xbox One)

    Posted by on July 24, 2015 under Featured Review 1, Reviews, Xbox One
    The Witcher series seldom needs an introduction, especially if you've been gaming for the past ten years. But for the uninitiated, The Witcher III: Wild Hunt concludes Geralt of Rivia's story (the game's protagonist) from past installments in the series. The story now focuses on a young Witcher by the name of Ciri; a sorceress named Yennefer (Geralt's love interest); and a vicious phantom army tha... more.
  • Review: htoL#NiQ The Firefly Diary (PlayStation Vita)

    Posted by on July 24, 2015 under Featured Review 2, Portables, Reviews
    htoL#NiQ (or Hotaru no Nikki) is a stylized point and-click adventure that centers around an amnesiac girl named Mion and a desolate world devoid of life. She awakens at the bottom of a tower that has fallen into severe disrepair with only a 'fairy' to guide her actions. htol#NiQ is a puzzle game that harkens back to the days of Maniac Mansion and Monkey Island, where every scenario encountered... more.
  • Review: Hatred (PC)

    Posted by on July 24, 2015 under Featured Review 3, PC, Reviews
    It’s truly rare to see so much controversy surrounding the release of a video game. It harkens back to the days of Mortal Kombat and Senator Lieberman, and his crusade to implement an age appropriate rating system on video games to warn parents of their content. As we all know, this movement succeeded, and the games sold today all contain an ESRB rating. But not since the inception of this ratin... more.
  • Review: Shadowrun Chronicles: Boston Lockdown (PC)

    Posted by on July 1, 2015 under PC, Reviews
    Shadowrun Chronicles: Boston Lockdown is the perfect depiction of what a true pen-and-paper D&D game is like on PC. It provides online-based gameplay with the option to play solo with the help of NPC mercenaries that can join your party. Just like the classic pen-and-paper game, Shadowrun shines the most when playing cooperatively online with other gamers (i.e. Runners). Every mission can b... more.
  • Review: Dungeons 2 (PC)

    Posted by on July 1, 2015 under PC, Reviews
    It’s been years in the making, but the evil, demonic tyrant and his twisted sense of humor has finally graced our PCs again after four long years. Dungeons 2 is the perfect blend of real-time strategy and role-playing elements; it makes this release not only unique, but similar to the classic Dungeons game(s). Like previous releases, Dungeons 2 offers the same classic gameplay that gamers hav... more.
  • Review: LA-Mulana EX (PSVita)

    Posted by on July 1, 2015 under Portables, Reviews
    Good platform games don't come along very often, especially on the same scale of LA-Mulana EX for PSVita. It provides a large, expansive world that is teeming with enemies, secrets, and traps, that are just waiting to be discovered by any gamer willing to take on the challenge. But most importantly, you can't just start playing and expect to get anywhere. In fact, LA-Mulana is very meticulous abou... more.
  • Review: Soldner-X 2: Final Prototype (PSVita)

    Posted by on June 3, 2015 under Portables, Reviews
    Soldner-X 2: Final Prototype is a hybrid, hell bullet shooter that first appeared on Xbox 360 back in 2010. It provided a melding pot of moody galactic-style music, hell-based shooting, endless waves of enemy spacecraft, and imaginative alien worlds that felt like they were lifted from an arcade cabinet. Like any shooter, Soldner-X 2's story is more of an atferthought, as the primary focus is on e... more.
  • Review: Sniper Elite III: Ultimate Edition (PlayStation 4)

    Posted by on June 3, 2015 under PS4, Reviews
    It's been almost a year since Rebellion released its long-awaited Sniper Elite III onto next gen consoles . A prequel to Sniper Elite V2, SE III retained the play mechanics and sniper-based gunplay of its predecessors, while introducing bigger environments and a better V2 X-Ray kill cam system. Ultimate Edition provides new maps, weapons and additional game modes, essentially making it your standa... more.
  • Review: Etrian Mystery Dungeon (Nintendo 3DS)

    Posted by on May 24, 2015 under Portables, Reviews
    Taking a vacation should involve enjoying the finer things in life - relaxing on the beach, staying up late, and spending extended time with family and friends. In Etrian Mystery Dungeon - a top down role-playing game that was co-developed by Spike Chunsoft and Atlus Games - the ideal vacation is touring the town of Aslarga, a place known for the 'best view' around. But unlike most of your tour gr... more.
  • Review: Fighting Fantasy BloodBones (iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad)

    Posted by on May 22, 2015 under Portables, Reviews
    The Fighting Fantasy series is usually a collaborative effort between Steve Jackson and Ian Livingstone, but Bloodbones - a lost adventure that would have been the 60th book in the series had it been published - was actually written by freelance writer Jonathan Green and illustrated by Tony Hough. The adventure centers around the 'Old World', where pirates sail the high seas and where every town h... more.
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