Tag: Review

Snake Pass: Mastering the Rope(sss)

Snake Puns everywhere! SumoDigitalLtd’s latest game Snake Pass for the Nintendo Switch is a lot of things. It’s a fun, beautiful and lighthearted puzzler. It’s a family friendly and brightly colored game with a catchy soundtrack. Most importantly: it’s the single best Snake simulator game I’ve ever played. I played SnakePass on the Nintendo Switch, […]

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PlayStation VR: The Review

Antonio WorrallI’m a geek who loves video games, wings, beer, dinosaurs, Star Wars, and technology. My wife and I have a tripod cat, but she’s an asshole. Because she’s a cat.

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Duskers Review

Surrounded by the hum of servers and monitors I anxiously await a report from “Ethan”, my scout Drone three rooms over. Chirping happily to himself as he drops a probe and observes it skitter off into the dark, eagerly expectant for the little bug to give good intel on the room. My monitor lights up […]

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Western (Im)Press(ions)

Like the duels of ages past, there isn’t much time for talking. Spit an insult at your opponent and show them you’ve got the stones to follow through. The latest in old western dueling technology has come to steam on April 21st of this year. Western Press pits you against your enemies in hilarious fashion […]

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Severed Review

When I think of gameplay control schemes I prefer, touchscreen isn’t high on the list. And neither is Star Fox Zero\’s dual screen setup for that matter. Sure, I’ve played my fair share of iOS games, but before long I found myself coming back to my 3DS and Vita. There’s just something about physical controls […]

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Dark Souls 3 Review

   The familiar chorus of voices swirl into my room with a new aria of respect for the dead, and immediately I am filled with a variety of emotions that call for the sun from the pits of the dark underworld I am about to enter. I sat staring at the title screen through the […]

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Pokken Tournament Review

I have waited for this game nearly all my life. As a kid, I prayed to the Nintendo gods, begging them for a game that included Pokemon battles without the turn based limitations. I was asking for a miracle, or at least that\’s what it felt like back then. Fast forward a dozen or so […]

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Fire Emblem: Birthright. What went wrong?

I want Fire Emblem to go away. Immediately. I don’t say that to be romantic and have an opinion that’s outside of the crowd. I don’t say that because I don’t enjoy Fire Emblem. It’s a wonderful series. Intelligent Systems knows what they\’re doing when it comes to turn-based strategy games. Fire Emblem has die […]

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