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6 days ago 7

NBA 2K17 Review – For Professionals Only

I feel I should start by saying that I am a relapsed, British, fair-weather fan. Despite a fondness for the sport, it’s been years since I’ve played a basketball game, and NBA 2K17 is not very accessible to newcomers. When I began, I jumped straight into the tutorial mode, hoping for a refresher course on how […]

1 week ago 11

Dead Rising Triple Pack Review – Nine More Days in Paradise

With the original Dead Rising celebrating its 10th birthday earlier this year, now’s as good a time as any to take another look at the realm of the undead.

1 week ago 9

MeiQ: Labyrinth of Death Review – Bored to Death

MeiQ hits all of the right marks of a dungeon crawling RPG but fails to capture that sense of challenge, instead opting for light fan service as a substitute.

2 weeks ago 16

God Eater 2: Rage Burst Review – Not Bad, but Quite Boring

What do you call a mission based action JRPG where you kill large monsters with larger health bars (visible or otherwise)? Well, you’d probably call it Monster Hunter. Sure, God Eater 2: Rage Burst sounds like Monster Hunter on the outside, but is actually a different beast – but whether or not that’s a good […]

2 weeks ago 20

Obduction Review – Alien, And Yet So Familiar

Review code provided by the publisher. Getting stranded in an unknown world, with no explanation at all has definitely become unusual in today’s video games, with most adventure titles holding players’ hands so that they don’t feel lost and frustrated. This approach takes away some of the joy that adventure games can bring, as exploring […]

2 weeks ago 33

Apple iOS 10 Review – A Familiar UI with New & Exciting Features

Here’s our full iOS 10 review, the OS that will be powering iPhone, iPad, iPod touch devices in the year to come. iOS 10 Review: The Perfect OS for Showcasing 3D Touch – Takes Messaging to a Whole New Level Apple and Google both have reached a point where they are focusing on playing absolutely […]

2 weeks ago 20

Steel Series Rival 700 Review – The Best Performing Optical Mouse?

Review sample provided by the manufacturer. Steel Series is well known for their rather diverse range of gaming products. The Steel Series Rival 700 is an enthusiast class product and lies firmly in the mid-high end spectrum of gaming devices. In this review we will be keeping the price bracket in mind and comparing it […]

2 weeks ago 16

ReCore Review – A Delightful but Not Perfect Eden Far, Far Away

PC (Windows 10) version tested. Review code provided by the publisher. Fans of the Metroid series have a lot in common with ReCore’s humanity, searching for a new place they may call home. In both cases, the road is paved with hardships, and what lies at its end may not yield the expected results. No […]

2 weeks ago 11

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided Review – We Totally Asked for This

It’s been exactly five years since we left Adam Jensen in the Panchaea Arctic base, stopping the unfortunate Augmented Incident in 2027. Only two years passed for him, though, and the political climate in 2029 is at a crossroads with pro and anti-Augmented factions fighting against each other. Jensen now works for Interpol’s Task Force […]

3 weeks ago 33

Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Seas Review – Awaken the Wind

As a homage to the likes of A Link to the Past and The Wind Waker, Oceanhorn is a brief comfortable experience that can be finally be enjoyed on the big screen.

3 weeks ago 18

Strike Vector EX Review – Great in Multiplayer, Not as Much in Single Player

I didn’t realize that flying robot battle arena is a genre until quite recently. I’m sure we’ve all seen the old school classics like Zone of the Enders, and its charmingly retro-incredible vibe, but as it turns out, there’s been quite a few attempts are recapturing that fast paced robo-destruction. Unfortunately the new attempts to […]

3 weeks ago 15

The Turing Test Review – Space Puzzles Abound

It’s not Portal. I’m prefacing this entire review with that fact, because I know the conclusion others will jump to, just as I did. What, you’re wandering around a large, linear facility, decorated entirely with white walls, solving puzzles with a gun? Sounds like Portal. It’s not Portal. Indeed, The Turing Test may take inspiration […]

3 weeks ago 113

SAPPHIRE Nitro+ RX 470 Video Review

Back when the Radeon RX 470 was announced I made the statement that a decently overclocked RX 470 should be able to match an RX 480 in games.  Well, we finally have our hands on an aftermarket version of the RX 470 in the form of the Sapphire Nitro+ RX 470   The Nitro+ RX […]

4 weeks ago 14

Livelock Review – Class-Based Alien Warfare

While Livelock doesn’t take any exceptional leaps in the twin-stick shooter genre, the blending of familiar concepts of Diablo and Destiny with the hectic action make this a fine cooperative experience

4 weeks ago 39

Hatsune Miku: Project Diva X Review – Divas In My Pocket

August 31st marks Hatsune Miku’s ninth birthday. In that short period of time, this synth pop maiden has become somewhat of a pop culture diva, bridging the gap between music and various forms of media that changed the landscape forever. With her auto-tuned charm, Miku’s charm comes alive with only the use of a vocal […]

1 month ago 16

Attack On Titan Review – Humanity’s Last Hope

PlayStation 4 version tested. Review code provided by the publisher. The Attack on Titan phenomenon has gotten pretty big in the past few years, with several spin-off manga series, live action movies and video games. Last year, Tecmo Koei and Omega Force surprised fans of the series all over the world with the announcement of […]

1 month ago 39
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Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV Review – Enjoyable, But Not Quite Memorable

Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV will be available digitally on streaming and download services from August 30. The stand-alone Blu-ray and DVD versions will be out on October 4; Kingslaive will also be included in the Deluxe and Ultimate Collector’s Editions of Final Fantasy XV.  This review is based on a pre-release screening at Sony Pictures […]

1 month ago 19

The King of Fighters XIV Review: Invite Within, Black Tie Optional

With a new console generation finally comes a new entry in The King of Fighters invitational tournaments. The last time Mai Shiranui had seen the big screen was nearly five years ago with the thirteenth numbered entry in this stories series. Despite some hiccups with trying out new things for the series, including not just […]

1 month ago 28

Google Android 7.0 Nougat Review – Surprisingly Uninspiring

Here’s our full Google Android 7.0 Nougat review running on a Nexus 5X Android-powered smartphone. Google Android 7.0 Nougat Review – Things Could Have Been Better This Year, A Lot Better Since the past couple of years, Android updates have hit a concrete wall. Feature additions have gotten pretty mundane while focus on under the […]

1 month ago 12

Bound Review – The Power of Memories

Review code provided by the publisher. Bound is one of the strangest games I’ve ever played. From the trailers you can see the awkward shape of its strange little world. Made of pointed and angular cubes, the levels form and deform around you as you weave through them. Each step that you make splits the […]

2 months ago 9

Dex Review – Blade Runner-ish

PS4 version tested. Review code provided by the publisher. Cyberpunk is one of the cornerstones of the science fiction genre. Through television, books and film it has been the foundation of the dark, dystopian, industrial setting that is so influential in the genre. It has a created the intoxicating world of Blade Runner, and, in […]

2 months ago 28

Gal*Gun Double Peace Review – Doki-Doki Heartbreak

PS4 version tested. Review code provided by the publisher. Double Peace opens up shortly after the events unfold from the first Gal*Gun title. The powers of a guardian angel that can help lonely souls find true love is treated as gossip between students, although none seem to know if it is true or not. As […]

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