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Vainglory Review: A Mini Mobile MOBA Masterpiece

I'm a MOBA noob, I'll be the first to admit that. I have no idea what or who a Gank is, I think I know what a Buff is, but I'm not overly sure, I just like the various different characters and outfits available in some of these games.

Vampyr Review

Ever since Vampyr was announced way back in 2015, I've been fascinated with the game. The more and more I saw about its story,...

Devil May Cry 5 Review

There's only a handful of game series' that holds a claim to the creation of an entire genre. Metroid and Castlevania had to be...

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Review

Spider-Man has seen a lot of awesome stuff this year, what with the new PS4 game, Infinity War and a bunch of interesting story arcs in the comics. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse exploded when it was announced, fans went nuts seeing a brand new animated Spidey film.
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Birthdays The Beginning Review – Evolutionary

Birthdays the Beginning came as a surprise to me. From NIS America, I just assumed that the game would be another fan-service JRPG so I let it go over my head, that was until I decided to give it a chance, and I'm SO glad I did.

I didn’t know what to Expect with Florence, but I’m glad...

For me, Florence, the new game from Mountains - the designer of Monument Valley - largely went unnoticed. I'd heard that there was a new...

Odin’s Ravens (Second Edition) Review

Every morning Odin the Allfather sends his two ravens Huginn and Muninn around the world to bring back news on how things are going on Earth. After thousands of years of circumnavigating the globe every morning the two ravens have gotten a little competitive and turned it into a race.
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Darkest Hour Review

In Darkest Hour the year is 1940 and we open on the House of Commons, the UK’s lower chamber. War has swept western Europe...

Attack on Titan – Episode 36 Review: Charge

After having gone through two face towels to clean all my sweat away, I'm ready to let you know that this is the best...

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Review – Breathtaking

The first thing to truly stand out, above all else, was the silence. With no bombastic soundtrack carrying you through the lands, Hyrule surrounds you more than ever before. You hear your boots sifting through the grass, your rickety shield and rusted broadsword clanking against one another, crickets evading your path, and the wind. Many hours will be spent in Breath of the Wild traversing this wilderness, as if pondering a painting.

Super Mario Odyssey Review

2017 is the new 1998. Kids growing up with video games in their households will look back at this year with the same reverence...

Bloodborne Review

Death... As gamers, we as a community are used to dealing with such problems, at least in a virtual sense. Although, since the console...

The Adventures of Alexander von Humboldt Review

When you were in grade school, depending on where you're from, you may not have learned much about Alexander von Humboldt. Thanks to the...

Terminator 2: Judgment Day 3D Review

My first experience of Terminator 2: Judgment Day was on a 12-inch television on VHS. It was cropped to 4:3 for the TV station...
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Attack on Titan – Episode 29 Review: Soldier

In order to keep to next outing as fresh as possible, I usually don't watch the preview material shown at the end of an episode....

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