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Observer Review – Observed and Reported

September 14, 2017 by Samuel Guglielmo

If you haven’t seen the movie Blade Runner, then first we’re not friends and second you’re missing out on a super influential cyberpunk movie that many movies, books, and games…

Life Is Strange: Before the Storm Episode 1 – Awake Review

September 12, 2017 by Chris Anderson

When DONTNOD Entertainment released Life Is Strange back in 2015, it was a game I nearly skipped. Its subject matter was of no interest to me, and the prospect of playing a…

Tyranny: Bastard’s Wound Review – A Minor Evil

September 11, 2017 by Robert Grosso

When I reviewed Tyranny last year, I didn’t expect to receive much more in the way of content for the game due to the smaller scale of the project. Obsidian…

Heroes of the Seven Seas Review – Failures of the Four Oceans

September 10, 2017 by Samuel Guglielmo

Pirates. VR. That seems like a no brainier right? Many things can be improved simply by tossing it in VR, and there has always been an interest in pirates, especially after…

Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series Episode 3 Review – I Am Groot

September 9, 2017 by Samuel Guglielmo

Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series has been off to a noticeably rocky start so far. The first two episodes have been unable to provide the usual interesting…

Last Day of June Review – Takes Place in Fall

September 6, 2017 by Georgina Young

Always a fan of short character driven narratives, Last Day of June piqued my interest. After finishing my playthrough, I can see why this game comes packaged with Brothers: A Tale of Two…

Windjammers Review

Windjammers Review – Get Ready

September 5, 2017 by Alex Santa Maria

One of the great things about the current state of gaming is that it feels more likely than ever that your favorite relic of the past is going to be…

Starcraft: Remastered Review

StarCraft: Remastered Review – Holding the Line

September 4, 2017 by Patrick Perrault

StarCraft is something which has become something more akin to a religion than a video game. It was a cultural phenomenon in South Korea and is still played by thousands…

Rock of Ages 2 Bigger & Boulder Review

Rock of Ages 2: Bigger & Boulder Review – Bigger, Badder, Too Much for Mr. Incredible

September 3, 2017 by Samuel Guglielmo

In 2011 ACE Team, fresh off their debut game Zeno Clash, developed a weird tower defense/racing hybrid known as Rock of Ages. The game saw you building up defenses to…

Absolver Review – To Know Your Enemy … And Yourself

September 2, 2017 by Joey Thurmond

When you go into a fighting game, you expect your character to have a predefined list of moves. It’s just a matter of taking time to memorize them and making…