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Dead or Alive 6 (PS4) Review 2

Dead or Alive 6 (PS4) Review

Dead or Alive is a franchise that I’ve watched slowly transform over the years into a series I could hardly recognize. My interest in the

Jump Force (PlayStation 4) Review

Jump Force (PlayStation 4) Review

When Bandai Namco first announced Jump Force during last year’s Microsoft E3 press conference, I was skeptical to say the least. Though I’m a huge

God Eater 3 (PS4) Review

God Eater 3 (PS4) Review

Although I’ve never had an easy time getting into Capcom’s Monster Hunter franchise or other games of the same genre, I’ve been a fan of

Onimusha: Warlords (Switch) Review 2

Onimusha: Warlords (Switch) Review

The Onimusha series is one of Capcom’s many popular-yet-forgotten IP. Despite being considered a commercial success and spanning across numerous sequels and spinoffs, the franchise

Sega Holiday Gift Guide 2018 5

Sega Holiday Gift Guide 2018

The holiday season is upon us and that means its time to wrap those gifts up. As joyous a time that this can be, it

Rapture Rejects (PC) Review 6

Rapture Rejects (PC) Review

It was hard to ignore the initial feeling of disappointment I felt when I’d learned that the first Cyanide and Happiness video game would be

Déraciné (PlayStation 4) Review

Déraciné (PlayStation 4) Review

Over the years, FromSoftware has become nearly synonymous with their work on the Souls series. However, a quick look into the developer’s past will show

Soul Calibur VI (PlayStation 4) Review

Soul Calibur VI (PlayStation 4) Review

The return of the Soul Calibur series has been a long-time coming. It’s been over five years since the release of Soul Calibur V, an

Chasm (PC) Review

Chasm (PC) Review

The Metroidvania subgenre has been around for a long time now. Newer games, especially titles created by indie developers, have taken the style in new

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