Friday 28th August 2015,
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Icy PC Review

Icy

While there are elements in Icy that feel interesting and well done, there are too many faults in execution to warrant a play through unless you’re hungering for a wasteland-trekking narrative. [...]

August 26, 2015 PC, Reviews
Tembo and the Badass Elephant PS4 Review

Tembo the Badass Elephant

If you can get past the issues that Tembo has and the strange level locking, there is a lot to enjoy with this elephant Rambo wannabe. [...]

August 17, 2015 Playstation 4, Reviews
Rebel Galaxy PC Preview

Preview: Rebel Galaxy

With this level of RPG goodness and the pedigree of the developer's previous games, Rebel Galaxy looks like there could be a lot to like when it comes out. Rebel Galaxy is slated for release this year on the PC [...]

July 30, 2015 PC, Previews
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Arcania: The Complete Tale

Arcania is a generic RPG that can only be described as dull, uninteresting and not worth the $19.99 price tag. If you find it on sale, mega-sale even, and have nothing else to play I suppose you could romp around [...]

July 10, 2015 Playstation 4, Reviews
Heroes of the Storm PC Review

Heroes of the Storm

But at the same time the unfortunate business model of Hero League and the sense of the grind in this meta-game of collecting and leveling up heroes takes the fun out of the parts that are enjoyable. Perhaps with time [...]

June 22, 2015 PC, Reviews
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Depths of Fear: Knossos

Depths of Fear: Knossos is a game that needs a tremendous amount of work before it’s anything more than a strange take on the horror genre. [...]

June 27, 2014 PC, Reviews
Hack n Slash Preview

Hack ‘n’ Slash Preview

A game called Hack ‘n’ Slash sounds like the epitome of a genre-specific game. The title reminded me of when MAG was first announced and named Massive Action Game, the name states very plainly what the game is and that’s [...]

June 11, 2014 PC, Previews
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Transistor

Transistor isn’t perfect, there are issues with the combat system and sometimes the art gets in the way of the combat itself but that isn’t enough to deter this masterful execution of storytelling. Supergiant Games is quickly becoming a studio [...]

June 9, 2014 PC, Reviews
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Preview: Windborne

Playing the Early Access version of Windborne made two things very clear to me. The first is that Minecraft-like games are not going anywhere. The second? Putting a shiny coat of paint on the formula doesn’t do much to change [...]

May 8, 2014 PC, Previews
Grimind PC Review

Grimind

I didn’t enjoy Grimind and that’s a shame. There was a promising idea here but nothing in the game came together to make for an interesting experience. Instead, I was left frustrated and underwhelmed as I tediously hopped from platform [...]

April 3, 2014 PC, Reviews