Monthly Archive: January 2018

One More Dungeon review for PS Vita, PS4, Switch

Is nostalgia for the early days of first-person shooters enough to carry a game? One More Dungeon certainly hopes it is.

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Scribblenauts doodling its way onto PS4, Xbox One, Switch this March

Get your thinking — and drawing — caps on, because Scribblenauts is making its current-gen debut less than two months from now.

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Summon Night 6: Lost Borders review for PS Vita, PS4

If ever there was a case of “newcomers need not apply,” it’s with Summon Night 6.

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Tokyo Tattoo Girls review for PS Vita, PC

A game so bad in so many ways, it almost defies the imagination.

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Cursed Castila review for PS Vita, PS4, Xbox One

A retro-inspired, tough as nails platformer that, for once, doesn’t feel like it’s punishing people just for playing.

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School Girl/Zombie Hunter review for PS4

A game that delivers exactly what its title implies: school girls hunting zombies.

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Nintendo eShop Update – Dragon Quest Builders Demo, Furi, Super Meat Boy

The Nintendo Switch gets a lot of love with the eShop update this week, including indie titles like The Escapists 2 and Super Meat Boy.

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Megaton Rainfall review for PS4, PC

Want a Superman game? Here’s the next best thing.

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Nintendo Direct Mini 1.11.2018 reveals DKC Tropical Freeze, TWEWY Remixed, Dark Souls remasters, Mario Tennis Aces and more

Dark Souls to the Switch?! The World Ends With You to the Switch?! Tropical Freeze to the… well, that last one may not be so surprising.

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PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds impressions for Xbox One

While definitely not in a finished state, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is still a world of fun on Xbox One.

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Hidden Agenda review for PS4

Not even wonky smartphone controls can hide the fact that Hidden Agenda is a pretty outstanding game.

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Dark Rose Valkyrie review for PS4

As JRPGs go, Dark Rose Valkyrie pretty much defines “mediocre.”

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Planet of the Eyes review for PS4, Xbox One, PC

Brevity is the soul of a pretty good platformer.

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Check out the tense new Call of Duty: WWII Nazi Zombies – The Darkest Shore trailer

WIth the next chapter in the Call of Duty zombies saga coming soon, Activision dropped off a stinking fresh new trailer.

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