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  • Does Xenoblade Chronicles Live Up To Its Hype?

    The Bottom Line Up Front:  Ten hours into my Xenoblade experience, I was convinced it would be the best Japanese Role Playing Game I'd ever played. Unfortunately, after 100 hours of play I became...
  • Murdered: Soul Suspect, How Unique You Are!

    How can I explain Murdered: Soul Suspect? What can I compare it to? The answer is I can't explain it completely and it compares to nothing you've ever played. That's what makes it so great! I will...
  • First Thoughts on Firefall

    Whether it's gearing up to take on the endless swarms of Chosen that flood out of the Melding Wall, or working on cleaning up the Shores outside of Copa, there's always something to do as a new...
  • Why, Bethesda? An In Depth Look At ESO

    For those of us who did not beta test it, or maybe you're like me and couldn't manage to update in time, most of us, prior to Elder Scrolls Online's release, had only seen the logo. That would...
  • This ain't your Daddy's Tomb Raider.

    Tomb Raider has had a long run (almost 20 years now) and even though it had changed and gotten better from one iteration to the next, it has always been pretty much the same. Not anymore! Sure,...
  • Having Trouble Sleeping? Pick Up 40 Winks

    When it came to choosing my least favorite video game, I had plenty of game considerations. I could say Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories for the GBA, which I hated because of the needlessly...
  • ULTRAWORLD Review: An Ultra-Cool Experience Exclusive

    ULTRAWORLD is the first title from indie developer Neon Serpent, the one-man company of AAA industry vet James Beech. Before leaving the mainstream development scene to work on his own projects,...
  • Legend of Grimrock 2 Review

    Four prisoners, careened on one mysterious island. Left with nothing but their collective wits, the party faces puzzles and challenges laid out in a similarly mysterious manner. One question...
  • Simon Says HiLight Will Give You '80s Flashbacks

    Personally when I sit down at my desk, I look for immersive experiences like MMOs and RPGs. Games like Guild Wars 2, Star Wars: The Old Republic, and the old Pirates Online tended to be my...
  • The End-All Router: NETGEAR NightHawk X6 Review

    Disclaimer: Review unit of the NightHawk X6 provided by NETGEAR. I am a sort of elitist when it comes to network and PC hardware. I am a firm believer of the solid wire, it cannot be beaten. At...
  • Saints Row: The Third

    Saints Row: The Third out “GTAs” GTA–but is far from being a Grand Theft Auto clone. Let me be more specific; GTA is known for a lot of things such as controversy, sandbox gameplay and excellent...
  • Middle Earth: Shadow of That Place With A Lot of Uruk

    You are Talion, a human merged with a wraith. You cannot be killed permanently. You are stuck in the lands of Mordor. But is that a good thing or a bad thing? That's what I am here to talk about....
  • The Vanishing of Ethan Carter Review

    In The Vanishing of Ethan Carter you play as Paul Prospero, who has unique abilities to sense information from the dead and to piece crime scenes back together. Paul has been summoned by Ethan...
  • EvilQuest: A Game That is Stunningly Average

    Recently, I picked up a game called EvilQuest. Upon looking at the screenshots, my thought was that it looked a lot like an amazing NES game called Crystalis. I thoroughly enjoyed Crystalis when I
  • Fibbage: Your Next Parties Hit Game

    There are a few really great party games. In our household, they're almost exclusively board games -- Say Anything, Cards Against Humanity, the standards in the social board game pantheon. We have...
  • Cosmochoria: The Tale of a Naked Intergalactic Space Farmer

    Part arcade game, part platformer, with a bit of resource management thrown in on the side, Cosmochoria may be the one colorful little indie title that actually allows you to enjoy the vast, empty...
  • Runers Review

    Runers is a procedural dungeon crawler/rougelike that focuses on spell casting. It is the first game by the indie studio called Let's Get Kraken (best studio name ever!). The game aims to please a...
  • Conquest of Champions Review

    Whether it be Pokémon, Yu-Gi-Oh, Magic the Gathering, or any other nostalgic theme of trading card game, the majority of us were exposed to at least one of these throughout our childhood. With...
  • Eminent Domain: Escalation Review

    Eminent Domain from Tasty Minstrel Games is a deck-building game that bucks the trend of most deck builders. You control a group of space-faring humans looking for new planets to add to your...
  • Divinity: Original Sin Review

    “A man with many friends is a man with many cheeses!” I hear faintly in the distance, an all familiar phrase echoing from the local market in the town of Cyseal. My primary party member, a mage...
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