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Disgaea 5 Complete coming to the Nintendo Switch in May

Disgaea 5 Complete
on Fri, Feb 17, 2017 | By Simon Smith

Disgaea 5 released on the Playstation 4 back in 2015 as  Disgaea 5: Alliance of Vengeance, now with the Nintendo Switch coming up developer Nippon Ichi Software is bringing the game to the system. Releasing as Disgaea 5 Complete this version of the game will bring with it all additional content as a standard while also...

Aragami Review

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on Thu, Feb 16, 2017 | By Simon Smith

Games like Dishonored and Assassin’s Creed have really boosted the stealth genre of video games, the methodical style lends itself well to those who want a game that is not simply about killing but working your way around a situation. Due to this stealth games have become a favorite for the thinking man to play, and...

Score: 5

Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy coming to Playstation 4 in June

on Thu, Feb 16, 2017 | By Simon Smith

After many years of absence outside of a delightful Uncharted 4 appearance Crash Bandicoot is finally set to return. Announced last year at E3, Activision is bringing a fully remastered version of the three original games from the original Playstation to the Playstation 4. Now after months of waiting Activision has finally...

Gravity Rush 2 review

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on Wed, Feb 8, 2017 | By Simon Smith

Gravity Rush has managed to become a cult classic on the Playstation Vita that despite having the means for a sequel many never expected it. On its own merit Gravity Rush was a great starting point for a franchise that managed to introduce us to memorable characters, and an interesting setting, but it also left enough...

Score: 8.5

Why the Mario Party series is not as bad as people think

Mario Party
on Mon, Jan 9, 2017 | By Simon Smith

During the Nintendo 64 era Nintendo’s Mario Party franchise was a crowning achievement of the system, a definitive multiplayer experience that “ruined” friendships but was fun while it happened. However as the years went on the Mario Party train simply just stopped, the fans who once laughed with joy over the silly...

Skylanders Imaginators review

on Sun, Jan 1, 2017 | By Simon Smith

The Skylanders franchise took a huge leap forward with the release of Skylanders Superchargers back in 2015, with the combination of vehicles and diverse level design Superchargers was a breath of fresh air for a franchise that struggled with certain key elements. Moving forward Imaginators seeks to continue pushing the...

Score: 7

Simon’s top five games of 2016

on Sun, Jan 1, 2017 | By Simon Smith

2016 was not one of my favorite years for games, while it was not as bad as some were making out with interesting additions to the Paper Mario and Star Fox franchises being welcome, there still were not many games that I personally found to be truly noteworthy and to say I absolutely loved them. So picking five games proved...

Paper Mario Color Splash review

on Tue, Dec 27, 2016 | By Simon Smith

2016 seemed to be the year of Nintendo releasing games that their fans either never wanted, or didn’t end up wanting, with Star Fox Zero struggling due to fans hating the core controls, Metroid Prime Federation Force doing a supposed disservice to the Metroid Prime franchise, and now Paper Mario Color Splash. While years...

Score: 8

Watch Dogs 2 Review

on Thu, Dec 15, 2016 | By Simon Smith

When Watch Dogs was first announced many were excited to jump into Ubisoft’s vast world of hacking delight, the first game envisioned a world that didn’t seem to farfetched but ultimately made promises that it could not keep. Certainly it was a fun game but ultimately failed to offer players the thrills that they were...

Score: 8