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The Walking Dead Season 2 Ep 3- In Harm’s Way Review

May 23, 2014 by Stephen Gillespie

With episode three of the Walking Dead season two (entitled, ‘In Harm’s Way’), Telltale continues to impress. Though the first episode was somewhat underwhelming, the second was excellent and this…

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Transistor Review – Kill Robots with a Talking Sword

May 21, 2014 by Andrew Otton

Transistor is Supergiant Games’ second game following the wildly successful and critically acclaimed Bastion. Transistor has similar hallmarks as Bastion, what we may now consider the signature features associated with…

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Mugen Souls Z Review

May 20, 2014 by Stephen Gillespie

For the first couple of hours, I hated Mugen Souls Z . This game is a niche JRPG releasing exclusively on the PS3 and, though you may warm to it,…

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Moon Chronicles 3DS Episode 1 Review

May 15, 2014 by Aaron Blevins

Renegade Kid goes where not many people go…. no not space or the moon…but by releasing a First Person Shooter for the Nintendo 3DS.  Moon Chronicles 3DS is a remake…

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Trials Fusion Review

May 14, 2014 by Stephen Gillespie

As you boot up Trials Fusion a song bursts out welcoming you to the future. Despite this confident statement, the future of Trials isn’t really worth singing about. Trials fusion…

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Hearthstone Review

May 12, 2014 by Stephen Gillespie

I don’t play collectible card games and I have no real connection with the Warcraft universe. These are just two things I have never really dabbled with, not out of…

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Child of Light Review

May 8, 2014 by Stephen Gillespie

I wish I liked Child of Light more than I do. On the surface it has a lot going for it – beautiful visuals, a wonderful soundtrack and a fun…

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Hitman GO Review

May 2, 2014 by Stephen Gillespie

Hitman GO isn’t the kind of Hitman game you would expect, unless you were expecting a turn based puzzle game styled like a board game. It isn’t focused on turning…

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Elder Scrolls Online Review

April 28, 2014 by Rutledge Daugette

Early Access and release has come and gone, and Elder Scrolls Online has been live and running for a few weeks! Rutledge has spent some time in The Elder Scrolls Online, questing…

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Bioshock Infinite: Burial at Sea Episode 2 Review

April 18, 2014 by Stephen Gillespie

Burial at Sea Episode 2 is Irrational Game’s swan song, one final bow that puts a coda on Bioshock Infinite and ties a neat (but rather convenient) bow around the…