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Verdun: 1914-1918 Review

on Thu, Mar 16, 2017 | By Aaron Hamilton

You might be thinking, “Verdun, why does that name seem familiar…” Well, if you know your world war history, you’ll know that one of the most infamous battles of World War 1 took place at Verdun in 1916. Based on that battle, Verdun: 1914-1918 is a multiplayer first-person shooter set in the First World War. Meant...

Score: 4

Horizon Zero Dawn: Review

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on Tue, Mar 14, 2017 | By Simon95

Score: 9.5/10 Story: 9/10 Gameplay: 10/10 Graphics: 10/10 Replayability: 10/10 Horizon Zero Dawn is a game that excites me for the future of gaming. For a long time now gaming has been slowly moving towards a sole multiplayer experience. Games such as Destiny and the Division have come and gone with many people finding...

Indie Review: Fight The Dragon

on Mon, Mar 13, 2017 | By Sam Rizzo

With so many RPG-lite multiplayer creation games fighting for relevance nowadays, Fight The Dragon is a pretty decent breath of fresh air at times. At other times, its the same old thing we’ve seen a thousand times, and at other times is a totally broken mess that freezes my computer and crashes all together. My love...

Score: 7.5

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Review

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on Fri, Mar 10, 2017 | By Simon Smith

After much waiting with frustrating delays, Nintendo has finally released The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Breath of the Wild is an interesting Zelda experience as it never feels like typical Zelda. It could have been an entirely different game that Nintendo executives saw and insisted get reskinned as Zelda....

Score: 9.5

Rise and Shine Review

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on Fri, Mar 10, 2017 | By Angel Jimenez

Rise and Shine is a retro mashup of genres; part puzzle, part shooter, part platformer. The game does a great service in paying homage to retro games of generations past. It’s easy to get lost in the nostalgic game mechanics and art style, but things get bogged down in a shallow story and a short overall experience. The...

Score: 8.5

Teslagrad follow up World to the West has a release date

on Thu, Mar 9, 2017 | By Trevor Whalen

SOEDESCO has announced today that World to the West will be released May 5, 2017, for PC, PS4, and Xbox One. It is developed by Rain Games, and is their first game since Teslagrad. World to the West and is a top-down action adventure game set in the Teslagrad universe. In World to the West, the player may control one of...

No Man’s Sky: Path Finder Update

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on Thu, Mar 9, 2017 | By Sam Rizzo

Since the troubled release of No Man’s Sky, Hello Games has been hard at work trying to improve every element of the game as well as their public image. This new update by far is the most impressive. Addressing issues from PS4 Pro Support to brand new vehicles (called Exocraft) that help you traverse the difficult terrain...

Reflex Arena launches

on Thu, Mar 9, 2017 | By Trevor Whalen

Turbo Pixel Studios’ fast-paced arena shooter Reflex Arena has officially launched on Steam today. It had been in early access and began its alpha phase in May 2015. Reflex is modelled after classic arena shooters like Unreal Tournament or Quake III: Arena. The indie studio behind the game wanted to bring back this...

Looking Back: 5 of the Very Best Games Ever Released on PS3

on Wed, Mar 8, 2017 | By Ladylynxelot

The gaming industry is one of the most quickly advancing in the world. Developers and companies are coming out with new consoles and technology at a mind-blowing pace. Sony’s Play Station units are no exception, and in 2013 we welcomed the PlayStation 4 as the newest Sony gaming console. It’s predecessor, the PlayStation...