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Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire Review (3DS)

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Pokemon remakes always bring a retooled experience of a generation of Pokemon games we loved, with enough extra locations, battles, and even Pokemon to keep us playing for months. At the same time, the remakes retain what makes their predecessors unique. This rings true for Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha ...

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Assassin’s Creed: Unity Review (Xbox One)


Another year and another installment to the Assassin’s Creed series. Ubisoft released two installments in the franchise this year, actually. But unlike its comrade, Assassin’s Creed: Rogue, Assassin’s Creed: Unity takes the leap of faith onto the next generation of hardware, and shows it off beautifully. Cooperative multiplayer has been added to the game ...

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Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham Review (PS4)

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I never really thought about it much until recently, but there are a lot of Lego games. Of the yearly game franchises that rightfully receive flak for a lack of iteration, Lego is never in those discussions. It’s obviously not as high profile as those other series, but the same issues ...

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Sneaky Sneaky Review (PC)

Sneaky Sneaky

    Article By Contributor Rick Quenzer  Sneaky Sneaky is an addicting stealth/adventure title from Naid Entertainment. This is Naid’s first foray into game development and it’s clear to see they gave this game their all. Sneaky Sneaky offers a new spin on typical stealth games and adds depth to the ...

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Tiny Troopers: Joint Ops Review (Vita)


Being a port of two prolific mobile games doesn’t exactly look good on paper, but Tiny Troopers: Joint Ops doesn’t deserve the stigma attached to the mobile market. While not receiving great amounts of polish before heading over to the PlayStation Vita, Tiny Troopers benefits from the Vita’s two analog sticks, and as ...

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This War of Mine Review (PC)

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Why We Fight This War of Mine is an entire game of tough choices. Where most games that tackle apocalyptic scenarios focus on different aspects of survival, be it hunger, sleep, depression, sickness, resource management, banditry, or self-defense, 11 Bit Studio’s latest bombards players with all of these challenges right ...

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Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Review (PC)

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare

Eleventh Time’s the Charm Another year, another Call of Duty. But this time, instead of familiar faces like Treyarch or Infinity Ward, we’ve got Sledgehammer at the reins for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. The first game in the series to be made for the new console hardware (and not just be ...

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Farming Simulator 15 Review (PC)


Farming Simulator 15 is the newest edition to the long running series by Giants Software, a game wherein you play a farmer and… farm. I wish there was more to it, but there simply isn’t. I’ve played farming games such as Harvest Moon for years and figured that I would ...

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Randall’s Monday Review (PC)

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I wanted to like this point and click game, but Randall’s Monday is just like a normal Monday in that not much happens to draw me in. Sure, there are interesting things to do, interesting people to meet and a great art style but the overall story and aspect of ...

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Sunset Overdrive Review (Xbox One)

Sunset Overdrive

In today’s video game market, the highest-selling games are typically military shooters. Ones that require the player to hide behind cover, take pot-shots at enemies with realistically-rendered weaponry, and move along a guided path that hopefully tells a decent story along the way. Sunset Overdrive is not that game, and ...

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