Category: PC

Axiom Verge Review

Where the did this game come from? From the mind of one man—Tom Happ. That’s right, over the course of five years one guy created everything you’ll experience in Axiom Verge from the gorgeous pixel art to the thumping soundtrack . This game was a labor of love and it shows. You play as a […]

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Life is Strange Episode 1 – Chrysalis Review

If you haven’t played Life is Strange yet you really should. But don’t expect to see the story through to the end—at least not yet. The game isn’t presented to you all at once and instead is broken up into five episodes. I have mixed feelings about this. On one hand I like the anticipation […]

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Unmechanical: Extended Review

I’m not sure why I kept going back to Unmechanical: Extended the way I did. There is next to no story or dialogue and the campaign length is only a few hours. The controls are simple, you use either joystick to move a hovering robot and use either of the shoulder/trigger buttons to pick up […]

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Never Alone Review

Never Alone is like games that have come before it and also quite unlike anything I’ve played before. For me what really sets it apart is having the story told through members of the Iñupiaq tribe in their native language with authentic artwork and learning through mini documentaries detailing different parts of their culture and […]

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Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse Review

I’m going to admit that I never played any of the previous games in the Shantae series and after playing this one I realize how much of a shame that is. More people should play this game as well as previous installments in the series. Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse (just Shantae TPC going forward) […]

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The Last Tinker City of Colors Review

The Last Tinker: City of Colors is a game that’s not afraid to borrow from the genre that birthed it. You see kids back in the early days of 3D gaming the platformer genre lead the industry much like first person shooters do today. Many people credit Nintendo’s release of Super Mario 64_in propelling 3D […]

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Shovel Knight Review

Shovel Knight is one of my favorite games of 2014 so far. It’s a game that manages to nod to all the games I grew up with in the NES era, add some modern game design elements, and somehow feel both fresh and retro. If you were to go by aesthetics and the chiptune audio […]

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UPDATE: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows Review

UPDATE: TMNT: OoTS finally launched on PSN today with a perk for PlayStation Plus subscribers. That so called \”perk\” is the pack containing an avatar for each turtles for free. Woo hoo. A whole $1.49 savings on an avatar pack people may not ever use. Why not discount the game for PS Plus members? Regardless […]

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