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Dimension Drifter – Review

Imagine DOOM and Borderlands had a baby, and that baby grew up to play volley ball on the dead or alive team, and in between volleyball tournaments that baby fragged demons in some post apocalyptic city of the damned. You might get something that looks a little bit like Dimension …

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Warriors Orochi 4 – Nintendo Switch Review

Warriors Orochi 4 (WO4) is the latest entry in the “Warriors Orochi” series from publisher Koei Tecmo for Switch/Xbox/PS4/PC. It’s a fairly standard Warriors style game at first play, jumping you right into the action with very little fanfare. New comers to the series in particular (this humble reviewer included) …

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Marvel’s Spider-Man: The Heist DLC – Review

Victor is here with his review of Marvel’s Spider-Man The City That Never Sleeps The Heist DLC!

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Eximius: Seize the Frontline – Review

Somewhere between Call of Duty and Microsoft’s Age or Empires lies Eximius: Seize the Frontline. A first person shooter that with the push of a button becomes a real time strategy game. Like Call of Duty it’s a first person shooter where you run through the streets of a war …

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MeatPossible: Chapter 1.5 Review

To be perfectly honest, at first, I thought this game was absolutely horrible. I had only played for 40-50 minutes so I assumed the rest of the game was going to be like what I had experienced in that brief amount of time. The general impression I got was that …

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Okami HD – Nintendo Switch Review

To be perfectly honest, before being assigned this game, I didn’t know much about Okami. I vaguely remember seeing the artwork/cover of the game from when it was first released back in 2006, but besides that, I didn’t play the game. It’s not that it didn’t interest me, it was …

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The Crew 2 – Review

In Crew 2, colliding head first with another car or clipping a building with a plane is no big deal. Vehicles barley take visible damage and after a quick reset the music keeps pumping and the race goes on. If it wasn’t obvious, Crew 2 doesn’t treat racing too seriously. …

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Detroit: Become Human – Review

Developer Quantic Dream has made a name for itself providing games that find a sweet spot between player choice and fixed story moments. Their latest game from writer/director David Cage, Detroit: Become Human, promotes player autonomy while thematically questioning the limits of control in a world dominated by technology. Through …

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God of War – Review

“We do what we please, boy. No excuses.” Kratos growls to his son, Atreus, near the beginning of 2018’s God of War reboot.  It’s a bold statement that the developers at Santa Monica Studio have taken to heart in retooling their revered God of War series. In 2013, after years …

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Infernium – Review

Infernium is a game that categorizes itself as a survival horror version of Pac-Man, but after having spent thirteen hours with this game, it’s best to describe it as a walking simulator with a gimmick, collecting orbs of light to progress through the game. The point isn’t to belittle this …

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