Batman: The Enemy Within – Episode 1 “The Enigma” review for PC, PS4, Xbox One

The barbarous, visceral permanence of Telltale’s Batman at the very first season obsessed and stunned me right from the start. Unlike the Telltale games earlier it, Batman had personalities whom I had developed with, characters which I had spent years of my own adolescence learning from and growing to love. ...

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Danger Zone review for PS4, PC

Danger Zone may seem as though it needs to be the simplest game on earth to love. It’s all about vehicular destruction, ” made with a group of programmers who done Burnout, the franchise which nearly wrote the book to vehicular destruction. In addition to that, this comes only a ...

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Nex Machina review for PC, PS4

If you are new to Housemarque, then maybe it is as you’ve played a part of these eye-searing shooters which has been so intense that it wiped the entire experience from the memory, ” Men in Black design. Or perhaps you simply have not been aware about them. Who are ...

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Nurse Love Addiction review for PS Vita, PC

You might be forgiven for expecting the worst out of Nurse Love Addiction. I know I did. After all, it is a visual book about a bunch of teenaged lesbian nursing students. Given that Japanese games are not exactly famous for their sensitivity or adulthood in regards to tackling queer ...

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XCOM 2: War of the Chosen review for PC, PS4, Xbox One

2K Games very lately dropped a huge DLC growth for XCOM 2 that adds a great deal of new features and assignments to an already impressive game. Newcomers and veterans alike will discover a lot of new things to do in XCOM 2: War of the Chosen. Welcome back aboard ...

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Rock of Ages 2: Bigger and Boulder review for PS4, PC

Rock of Ages 2: Bigger and Boulder, moreover be a competition for best/worst pun of this year, can be a remarkably apt description of the true game. The followup to 2011’s authentic ACE Team launch, Rock of Ages 2 does not stray far from the first as it comes to ...

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The Metronomicon: Slay the Dance Floor review for PS4, Xbox One, PC

Occasionally the marrying of 2 Different game genres Only Functions, and I Feel The Metronomicon: Slay the Dance Floor Is a fairly amazing example of that. Billed as a “Rhythm-RPG”, Metronomicon chooses the battle mechanisms of favorite RPG titles such as Final Fantasy, and combines that with a controller system ...

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Mr. Pumpkin Adventure review for PS Vita, Xbox One, PC

For approximately two minutes, I was actually into Mr. Pumpkin Adventure. A unique puzzle game using a distinctive appearance? This seems like a recipe for pleasure! Then I really started playingwith, and everything went to hell. Now, I must emphasize that everything does not fall to pieces instantly. It is ...

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Ark: Survival Evolved review in progress for PS4, Xbox One, PC

Ark: Survival Evolved is among the Steam Early Access names which skyrocketed to fame long-before it had been ever “complete”, much in exactly the exact same manner that Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds was doing all year long. I first caught wind of this match from my nephew really, who committed a fairly ...

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Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite review for PS4, Xbox One, PC

  The most recent entry in Capcom’s Circuit collection was met with a mixture of enthusiasm and disappointment because it was first announced during Sony’s PlayStation Experience event last December. Things became somewhat clearer when a demonstration for it had been released a couple of weeks before, and that is ...

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