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The Ship: Remasted Review – Shipwreck

The Ship: Remastered has an interesting history behind it. Originally, The Ship: Murder Party was released in 2006 to general disinterest but it built up … steam as it were,…

Final Fantasy XV

Final Fantasy XV Review – Road Trip Simulator

Final Fantasy XV embarks on a journey of epic proportions pitting players against gods and daemons, traveling across countries and saving the world. Such a journey should be filled with…

Farnham Fables Episode 2 Review – How to Get On a List

Once upon a time we got a review copy of Farnham Fables – Episode 1: The King’s Medicine which was specifically handed out with the intention of getting one of…

Surgeon Simulator: Experience Reality Review – The Reality of 2013

Put on your gloves, your mask, and your scrubs. It’s time to do some surgery. Unless you already did that surgery the first time around. Surgeon Simulator: Experience Reality is…

Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun Review – Brilliance in Motion

I always enjoy a good surprise and that’s exactly what Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun has been for me. I saw it whilst casually browsing the upcoming releases on…

How We Soar Review – Fly Like a Phoenix

When I got PlayStation VR, I expected my favorite games to be shooters, ones that would give you more control over guns than a controller can manage. While the few…

Final Fantasy: Brave Exvius Review – A Little Cowardly

While console Final Fantasy games have been getting further and further away from their turn-based roots, Square Enix has been trying to stick a little closer to them on mobile…

Dead Rising 4 Review – Coal Miner’s Glove

You were right. Everyone who constantly defended the timers and everyone who decried Capcom Vancouver’s insistence of having a new actor take up the mantle of Frank West. You could…

The Little Acre Review — There and Back Too Fast

It’s hard to say anything negative about The Little Acre. As mentioned in our preview, the game is absolutely oozing with charm. The experience is one that you just know…

Atlas Reactor Review- The Exploding Chess Board

When I saw the cartoonish trailer for Atlas Reactor, I inwardly groaned. I played Team Fortress 2 through five years of college, and I knew the formula. A cutesy, racially diverse…