Category Archive: Reviews

Videogame Reviews

Toukiden: Kiwami review for PS Vita, PS4

When is a sequel not a sequel? I'm not sure, but Toukiden: Kiwami thinks it knows the answer.

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2013: Infected Wars review for PS Vita

In which our writer sells himself on a game, but literally no one else.

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Damascus Gear: Operation Tokyo review for PS Vita

Giant robots! Post-apocalyptic ruins! What more could you want?

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RBI Baseball 2015 review for Xbox One, PS4

No. Just no.

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Mortal Kombat X review for PS4, Xbox One, PC

With a new generation of kombatants and updated, refined gameplay, fighting game fans won't be disappointed with this brutal new Mortal Kombat installment.

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LA Cops review for Xbox One

LA Cops has great influences, but can it live up to them?

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Xenoblade Chronicles 3D review for 3DS

Xenoblade Chronicles makes the transition from Wii to the New 3DS in deft fashion, retaining all the elements that make this one of the best RPG's released this decade.

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Life Is Strange – Episode 1 & 2 review for PS4, Xbox One, PC

Awkward dialogue and slow pace aside, gamers looking for a different type of experience between big budget game releases should consider Dontnod and Square Enix's new episodic series.

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MLB 15: The Show review for PS4, PS3, PS Vita

Another year, another version of The Show that still can't figure out how this whole "online" thing works.

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Metal Slug 3 review for PS Vita, PS4, PS3

Fifteen years after it first came out, is Metal Slug 3 worth playing on the go?

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Out of the Park Baseball 16 review for PC

The ultimate in nerdy, stats-oriented wish fulfillment.

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Etrian Mystery Dungeon review for 3DS

Etrian Mystery Dungeon mixes two unique franchises into one cohesive, and remarkably entertaining, hybrid RPG.

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Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin review for PS4, Xbox One, PC

A unique upgrade to Dark Souls II that changes things up a bit more than you might have thought.

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Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters review for PS Vita, PS3

Who you gonna call? Probably not this game.

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