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The Golf Club Review (Xbox One)

The Golf Club Review (Xbox One)

Those who were expecting Tiger Woods PGA Tour in 2014 might have felt cheated when it didn’t happen. Thankfully, HB Studios brings you The Golf Club in hopes to satiate your need for a realistic golf game this year. We’ve had golf games released recently like Powerstar Golf, which felt more like a dumbed-down gimmick than a ...

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Disgaea 4: A Promise Revisited Review (Vita)

Disgaea 4: A Promise Revisited Review (Vita)

The PlayStation Vita certainly isn’t lacking in quirky and engaging JRPGs. Whether you want the story-based detective work of Danganronpa, or a modern spin on the classic JRPG in Persona, there’s plenty to choose from. However, a somewhat neglected Japanese genre is the classic SRPG, or strategy role-playing game. Outside of Rainbow Moon and Final ...

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Machines at War 3 Review (PC)

Machines at War 3 Review (PC)

Machines at War 3 isn’t the most graphically impressive RTS to ever come along, but it packs a lot of gameplay into its retro stylings. I started playing Machines at War 3 by trying out the campaign, and this was a mistake. The first several missions of the campaign are ...

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Super Ultra Dead Rising 3 Arcade Remix Hyper Edition EX Plus Alpha Review (Xbox One)

Super Ultra Dead Rising 3 Arcade Remix Hyper Edition EX Plus Alpha Review (Xbox One)

Super Ultra Dead Rising 3 Arcade Remix Hyper Edition EX Plus Alpha, or Super Dead Rising 3 Arcade Remix as we’ll call it for the sake of time and sanity, takes the essential elements of the original game and amps up the fun and action to extreme levels. The entire package is ...

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Titanfall: Frontier’s Edge Review (PC)

Titanfall: Frontier’s Edge Review (PC)

I may have been a bit too kind to Titanfall. While it was a fantastic game, two glaring flaws have become apparent since I started playing it way back at launch week. First, there is not enough content here to justify the $60 price tag. Granted, that price has dropped ...

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Selknam Defense Review (PC)

Selknam Defense Review (PC)

Selknam Defense is a tower defense game that is geared more towards a younger audience. The cartoon-like characters and maps feel quirky and there is a small story involved, but easy play style makes this game appropriate more towards a kid. Characters in Selknam Defense play act like the towers in the ...

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The Wolf Among Us Episode 5 Review (PC)

The Wolf Among Us Episode 5 Review (PC)

The Wolf Among Us comes to a close with a strong episode that delivers on the mystery and intrigue set up in the first four episodes. The Wolf Among Us Episode 5 delivers some of the series’ best moments while doing a good job of concluding the various story threads that have spanned ...

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Modern Combat 5: Blackout Review (iOS)

Modern Combat 5: Blackout Review (iOS)

Gameloft is a funny company. If you’ve heard of “mockbuster” films like “Snakes on a Train” and “Transmorphers”, then you’ve got a good grasp of what Gameloft does; they take big name games and turn them into mobile titles. Thing is, while they started with rather generic and dull affairs, ...

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OlliOlli Review (PC)

OlliOlli Review (PC)

26 years ago, Skate or Die! on the NES was my introduction to a skateboarding game.  My only memory of the game was that my brother was better, a lot better, than I was at it.  When the Tony Hawk Pro Skater series came around in 1999, I took to ...

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Gods Will Be Watching Review (PC)

Gods Will Be Watching Review (PC)

Disclaimer: I willingly didn’t reach the final chapter. After five crashes, on the same chapter, I’ve decided not to waste my time dealing with game-breaking technical issues, forcing myself to quit. Gods Will Be Watching (and Testing Your Patience) Ever so often there comes a game so different and difficult ...

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