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Retro Review: The Warriors

Retro Review: The Warriors

The Warriors is based on the 1979 cult classic film of the same name. In the movie, the most powerful gang leader, Cyrus, calls for a meeting of all the...

Marvel’s Spider Man Review

Marvel’s Spider Man Review

PlayStation fans have recently had a run of exclusive games that received critical acclaim and fanfare. Insomniac Games looks to add another game to the list with Marvel’s Spider-Man. While...

Retro Review: Crackdown

Retro Review: Crackdown

In 2007, Realtime Worlds Ltd. released Crackdown to an unsuspecting Xbox 360 audience. This huge sandbox type game fit in perfectly with what Microsoft was trying to do at the...

Runbow Review

Runbow Review

Runbow brings fast-paced platforming with a competitive edge. It's quick, thrilling, and hilarious, making it a perfect party game. The main mechanic involves getting past a challenging set of platforms that...

Hyakki Castle Review

Hyakki Castle Review

Hyakki Castle is a 3D grid-based dungeon crawler inspired by 1980's games such as Dungeon Master. Many players will no doubt recognize the style and design as it bears a...

Shadow of the Tomb Raider Review

Shadow of the Tomb Raider Review

Humanity defines Lara Croft's latest adventure. With more fleshed out character interactions and stronger narrative pacing, Eidos Montreal's effort offers the rebooted franchise's deepest look into Lara as a human...

SNK Heroines: Tag Team Frenzy Review

SNK Heroines: Tag Team Frenzy Review

SNK Heroines: Tag Team Frenzy fails as both a fighter and fan-service game. Its mechanical simplicity prevents it from engaging for extended sessions while the overwhelmingly limited character customization and...

Ice Cream Surfer Review

Ice Cream Surfer Review

French toast Men and children on floating tricycles A polar bear on a flaming soda can flying through the sky. These are some of Ice Cream Surfer's enemies.  This game's...

State of Mind Review

State of Mind Review

State of Mind makes quite an impression with its striking aesthetic. Low-poly character models set to realistic environments and modern rendering features creates a unique visual identity. While this combination...

Anamorphine Review (Non-VR)

Anamorphine Review (Non-VR)

Anamorphine's ode to mental illness appears interesting at first, but falls apart once you start to examine it piece by piece. Past its growing pains, Artifact 5's message finds itself...

The Council Episode 3: Ripples Review

The Council Episode 3: Ripples Review

The Council Episode 3: Ripples improves upon episode 2's puzzle-centric dullness, but it doesn't come without its blemishes. The Council's first episode introduced us to its uniquely RPG-inspired conversations and...

Narcosis Review

Narcosis Review

Narcosis: A state of stupor, drowsiness, or unconsciousness produced by drugs.  What a fitting definition for such an uninspired psychological thriller. Narcosis launched on PC last year in March with...

Sonic Mania Plus Review

Sonic Mania Plus Review

The big-eyed spiky mammal with attitude has had an illustrious career. Sega had a hit on their hands with the original Sonic the Hedgehog twenty seven years ago. Fast forward...

The Lost Child Review

The Lost Child Review

The Lost Child is an interesting dungeon crawler that fails to capture what made El Shaddai special. El Shaddai: Ascension of the Metatron set itself apart through obtuse art direction. Its...

Nidhogg 2 review

Nidhogg 2 Review

I've never been the biggest fan of multiplayer games, save for the likes of For Honor. For me, it's always been about the thrill of a deep narrative. However, there are...

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