Assassin’s Creed Origins review for PC, Xbox One, PS4

Throughout the event I managed to play on an Xbox One X version, but I needed to get ahold of this PC version and really stretch its legs. As an entire Assassin’s Creed Origins runs perfectly and is absolutely magnificent, a real technical accomplishment. In my trailer I touched on ...

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

For approximately two weeks, I had been really in to Mr. Pumpkin Adventuregame. A unique puzzle match with a distinguishing appearance? This appears to be a recipe for pleasure! Afterward I actually started playing with, and every thing went to hell. Now, I should highlight that what will not fall ...

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Killers and Thieves review for PC

After I had been approached to have a good look in Killers and Thieves before its launch on Steam, I had no clue exactly what it was or where it’d come out of. Alex Thomas, among those creative minds behind The Banner Saga was quietly taking care of this endeavor ...

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Yooka-Laylee review for PC, PS4, Xbox One

My very first hour with Yooka-Laylee was a nostalgia filled miracle excursion down memory lane. Sure, I have played Banjo-Kazooie heaps of occasions since its launching, but it has not been fresh lately. This is my very first experience with a brand new game in that particular vein and oh ...

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The Walking Dead: A New Frontier “Above the Law” review for PC, PS4, Xbox One

It has been somewhat, but Telltale’s The Walking Dead: A New Frontier Episode 3 is finally out. Dubbed “Above the Law”, this episode deals fast with the consequences of Javier and team detecting that Javier’s brother David is still alive and well, and seemingly a vital figure together with all ...

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NieR: Automata review for PS4, PC

And roll up credits. A normal scene from NieR: Automata’s world, as gamers may whizz through a bogus charge sequence on any passing they strike, they are reminded that this is simply a game. And yet it is among the least traditional examples of exactly what constitutes “only a game” ...

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Dark Souls III: The Ringed City review for PC, PS4, Xbox One

The Dark Souls franchise has been among the greatest factors for video games in the last ten years. I’ve spent ten times longer hours researching Hidetaka Miyazaki’s different worlds than I have some other sport universe. There’s something about the Souls games which keep me coming back for more, no ...

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Mass Effect Andromeda review for PS4, Xbox One, PC

I find myself loving Mass Effect Andromeda regardless of the match using a copious number of “rough edges”. Yes, we have all seen the cartoon gifs, the backward gun shooting, and true, the opening hours of this game are not that good. But somewhere around the point in which you ...

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Dragon Quest Heroes II review for PS4, PC

The first Dragon Quest Heroes was a fairly pleasant surprise, mixing the world of Dragon Quest using action-RPG mechanics, slightly reminiscent of the popular Dynasty Warriors series, but also with a few more unique, nearly tower-defense like mechanisms blended in. The end result was lots of fun to perform, with ...

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Bayonetta review for PC

If you’re anything like me you’re equally shocked and incredibly eager to hear about the launching of Bayonetta about the PC recently. Sega teased a statement, and then from left field here is Bayonetta, in 4K no less, on the PC. Bayonetta initially released on the Xbox 360 and PS3 ...

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