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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...
Killer Instinct Season 3 (Xbox One) Review 8

Killer Instinct Season 3 (Xbox One) Review

When I first played Killer Instinct 2013, I knew there was so much more to come. It was a great game, but it was pretty bare bones when it came to...
Trackmania Turbo (PC) Review 7

Trackmania Turbo (PC) Review

I really miss silly racing games. What feels like an eon ago we had a mountain of Cruis'n iterations, San Francisco Rush games for days, and even crazy side projects like...
Enter the Gungeon (PS4) Review 6

Enter the Gungeon (PS4) Review

It's getting to the point where every time I hear the phrase "roguelike," my mind's eye rolls a little. Sure, I absolutely adore Binding of Isaac, Spelunky, and Rouge Legacy like...
Assassin's Creed: Templars #1 (Comic) Review 8

Assassin’s Creed: Templars #1 (Comic) Review

It's been fascinating to watch the Assassin's Creed series evolve over nearly a decade (yep, it's been that long!). While the Abstergo future-esque undertones were severely downplayed before the launch of...
We are the Dwarves (PC) Review 1

We are the Dwarves (PC) Review

Many years ago, I experienced The Lost Vikings for the first time, which cemented my love for Norse mythology mixed with sci-fi. Imagine my surprise then, when I heard about a...
Blood Alloy: Reborn (PC) Review 2

Blood Alloy: Reborn (PC) Review

Score attack games are not a new phenomenon. They've existed for many years, and will continue to exist for many more. Recent titles like Super Hexagon have spurred the genre to...
Overdrive (PC) Review

Awesomenauts: Overdrive (PC) Review

Awesomenauts has been chugging along on the PC platform since 2012, and despite the fact that it's an indie title, the developers have done a fantastic job supporting it. Although they...