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Under Night In-Birth Exe:Late (PC) Review 1

Under Night In-Birth Exe:Late (PC) Review

I still can't believe we, as gamers, have this many fighting games to choose from. With a resurgence of the genre on Steam this year alone combined with the biggest EVO...
Doctor Who: Supremacy of the Cybermen (Comic) Review

Doctor Who: Supremacy of the Cybermen (Comic) Review

I'm willing to admit that I'm a fair-weather Doctor Who fan. I don't mean to be, but that's just how it works out. Thanks to a relative, I started by watching...
Furi (PS4) Review 1

Furi (PS4) Review

I've had dreams of boss-battle-only games. Titles that just cut out all the fluff and get straight to it -- providing chills and thrills like the Vergil fight from Devil May...
Independence Day: Dark Fathom (Comic) review 1

Independence Day: Dark Fathom (Comic) review

I never thought that one day I'd be able to use the phrase "Independence Day lore." But here we are, 20 years removed from the original standalone film, about to look...
Mystery Castle (PC) Review 6

Mystery Castle (PC) Review

After taking my first look at Mystery Castle, I just had to give it a go. It had a certain Zelda-like charm to it, and the art style, while a bit...
Inside (Xbox One) Review 1

Inside (Xbox One) Review

Developer Playdead seemingly has their niche down pat when it comes to crafting fine-tuned puzzle platformers. I didn't really like Limbo as much as most, both following its release in 2010...
Rogue Stormers (PC) Review 4

Rogue Stormers (PC) Review

Years back, the mere virtue of being an indie platformer meant instant red-carpet roll-out attention. The Xbox Live Arcade and Steam ushered in countless classics, and some not-so-memorable, yet ultimately profitable...
Smite (PS4) Review

SMITE (PS4) Review

As a MOBA fan from the start with the original DOTA mod, it's been interesting to see the genre wax and wane over time. Riot Games struck while the iron was...
Koihime Enbu (PC) Review 5

Koihime Enbu (PC) Review

It gets harder and harder to get into fighting games the older you get. Years ago, when our friends had heaps of free time, it only took a moment's notice to...
The Collider 2 (PC) Review 5

The Collider 2 (PC) Review

It's extremely bizarre to see mobile-like titles arrive on other platforms—like the industry has come full circle. While runners did indeed exist before iOS and Android, they were mostly relegated to...
Battle Worlds: Kronos (PC) Review

Battle Worlds: Kronos (PS4) Review

I can't quite remember what the first major strategy game I ever played was. Perhaps it was Command & Conquer, or the original Warcraft. Or maybe, if we're counting some of...
Neon Chrome (PC) Review

Neon Chrome (PC) Review

Top-down shooters have been a personal pastime of mine since I first popped Smash TV into my SNES' cartridge slot. Like grinding in a well-crafted RPG, it's often relaxing to mindlessly...