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Voodoo Vince Remastered Review - Stuck in the Past 2

Voodoo Vince Remastered Review – Stuck in the Past

Although platformers starring a cute (or "attitude-laden") creature were par for the course at the start of the 3D revolution, the space quickly became crowded. I'm sure a few of you...
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Battle Princess Madelyn Preview – Classic Platforming

We've entered an era where "nostalgia projects" have myriad goals. Some of them are tributes with modern conveniences, like Yooka-Laylee. Others are more direct in their approach, almost too direct, in...
Banner Saga Complete Pack Review

Banner Saga Complete Pack Review

Banner Saga started a revolution on Kickstarter. As one of the first successful gaming projects, many more followed—but a lot of them didn't deliver. Banner Saga did. In fact, Stoic has...
Darknet Review - A Strong VR Hacking Sim

Darknet Review – A Strong VR Hacking Sim

Hacking games are often just that—hacky. Consisting of trite material and some sort of muddled political message, some projects only take a tertiary understanding of the practice and apply it over...
Rain World Review

Rain World Review – A Milestone in Animation

Even though it's a loud platformer at heart, Rain World always keeps things subtle. The world, the narrative, all of it minimally plays out with very little dialogue. Its intro is...
Skylanders Imaginators Switch Review - Still Relevant 2

Skylanders Imaginators Switch Review – Still Relevant

At this point, the Skylanders series has basically done it all in the world of toys-to-life. They helped popularize the genre on gaming consoles (it was already a thing on PC...
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Mass Effect: Andromeda Review – More Like an Expansion

The original Mass Effect was one of the very first reviews I ever penned, and it impacted me in a big way. While the whole "multi-game" saga had been done before,...
Fast RMX Switch Review - One Part Wipeout One Part F-Zero

Fast RMX Switch Review – One Part Wipeout One Part F-Zero

For years we've been without some of the greats when it comes to the racing genre. Remember when there was a new racer every other week, whether it was the short-lived...
Dropzone Preview - A Twist in the MOBA Formula

Dropzone Preview – A Twist in the MOBA Formula

There are so many MOBAs out there that it can be tough to climb to the top of the pack. While a lot of developers chase Riot's model, both from a...
Pit People Preview - The Behemoth's Next Challenge

Pit People Preview – The Behemoth’s Next Challenge

Pit People has evolved quite a bit since its 2014 debut, and so has the company behind it, The Behemoth. They started off as an action platform developer with Alien Hominid and its...
Heaven Forest Review - VR Wandering Simulator 1

Heaven Forest Review – VR Wandering Simulator

Heaven Forest asks the big questions right away. For the low, low price of $0.99, it claims to explore the meaning of life and whether or not we, as humans, can...
Night in the Woods Review - A Melancholy Yet Realistic Tale

Night in the Woods Review – A Melancholy Yet Realistic Tale

Sometimes games can hit a little close to home. While most of us probably aren't retired space marines or heroes of time, we've all dealt with loss in some way, or tried...

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Call of Duty: WWII Worldwide Reveal Set for April 26 1

Call of Duty: WWII Worldwide Reveal Set for April 26

Call of Duty fans who have been long awaiting the franchise to go back to its roots, since Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare will be...