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Get Even Review

Get Even Review

Get Even is a brand new first person perspective thriller from Polish developers The Farm 51 and publisher Bandai Namco Entertainment. While the concepts behind the game originated in a prototype as far back as 2010, due to the... Read More »

Site Score
8.2
Dark Rose Valkyrie Review

Dark Rose Valkyrie Review

Sometimes games stick with a formula for way too long. Even though it’s a great game, Pokemon is a huge offender of this. Between the sequels and updates, the same basic concepts are repeated, up to and including Sun/Moon,... Read More »

Site Score
6.5
Cladun Returns: This Is Sengoku! Review

Cladun Returns: This Is Sengoku! Review

Enjoyment is an interesting concept. Sometimes a game can have negative aspects, such as a bad story or terrible gameplay, but find success in capturing that feeling. Cladun was never a game that stood out in any particular way,... Read More »

Site Score
7.2
The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind Review

The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind Review

When The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind was announced, it was met with mixed reactions. Regardless of how exciting Morrowind is, the choice to charge outside of ESO+ program put some people off and brought into question how much content... Read More »

Site Score
7.4
Tekken 7 Review

Tekken 7 Review

Tekken 7 is the brand new instalment of the world famous fighting franchise from Bandai Namco Entertainment. Full of a roster of characters ready to fight, arcade modes and a story ready to be beaten, Tekken 7 shapes up... Read More »

Site Score
9.2
SUPERBEAT: XONiC Review

SUPERBEAT: XONiC Review

SUPERBEAT: XONiC is an interesting rhythm game. Unlike Hatsune Miku or the localized Taiko no Tatsujin, it’s a rhythm game filled with songs the average gamer has probably never heard. Naturally, this lowers the overall appeal for some, leaving... Read More »

Site Score
8.0
Tokyo 42 Review

Tokyo 42 Review

Tokyo 42 is a brand new isometric open-world shooter from SMAC and Mode 7. Both the developer and publisher side of things have taken place in the UK for this Japanese themed title. With a hand crafted game world,... Read More »

Site Score
8.9
Guilty Gear Xrd REV 2 Review

Guilty Gear Xrd REV 2 Review

One long running joke is how many revisions fighting games, namely Street Fighter II, receive. Last-generation we saw Capcom offer an elegant solution to this perceived problem. In addition to rereleasing the game with new content, fixes and more,... Read More »

Site Score
8.5
Akiba’s Beat Review

Akiba’s Beat Review

Akiba’s Street might not have been an amazing game, but it was sure memorable. Quirky combat system, amusing story and other things made it a unique experience. In the case of Akiba’s Beat, things are more grounded, with the... Read More »

Site Score
4.3
Seasons After Fall Review

Seasons After Fall Review

Some games are greater than the sum of their parts. Take Journey. There is nothing practically special about the game. The graphics are simple, there isn’t much of a story, short length, limited gameplay, at times empty visuals, yet... Read More »

Site Score
9.0
The Surge Review

The Surge Review

When Demon’s Souls released it was like a breath of fresh air for many gamers, ultimately leading to the rise of the “soulsborne” genre. Since then several games have tried to copy the formula, with very few being successful.... Read More »

Site Score
7.0
Shiness: The Lightning Kingdom Review

Shiness: The Lightning Kingdom Review

Shiness: The Lightning Kingdom started life as a Kickstarter campaign back in 2014 and has been in development ever since. Three years later and the game is finally out for the PC, PS4 and Xbox One. Unlike other famous... Read More »

Site Score
8.8
NieR: Automata 3C3C1D119440927 DLC Review

NieR: Automata 3C3C1D119440927 DLC Review

It can be difficult to implement DLC correctly. Putting it at the end excludes people who didn’t finish, but want to try it, where as implementing it on the side makes it feel like its own thing or takes... Read More »

Site Score
8.7
Dragon Quest Heroes II Review

Dragon Quest Heroes II Review

In the attempt to invigorate the Dragon Quest series, Square Enix teamed up with the developers of the Dynasty Warriors games to make Dragon Quest Heroes, a musou-like hack and slash action game. The end result was successful as... Read More »

Site Score
9.0
Little Nightmares Review

Little Nightmares Review

Side-scrolling adventure games have seen a resurgence in recent years thanks to games like Limbo and many others. Riding the wave of this momentum comes a new game from called Little Nightmares by Swedish developer Tarsier Studios. The best... Read More »

Site Score
8.2
Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap Review

Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap Review

As we continue to move forward, it’s important to remember the past. Many great and iconic games have come and gone, with remasters reminding us why we loved them in the first place. Among them is Wonder Boy, a... Read More »

Site Score
8.3
The Disney Afternoon Collection Review

The Disney Afternoon Collection Review

Back in the early ‘90s, Disney created an animation block called The Disney Afternoon. Even though the block was nothing particularly special at the time, those who grew up on it have a certain fondness for DuckTales, Darkwing Duck... Read More »

Site Score
6.0
The Silver Case Review

The Silver Case Review

Over the years, Suda51 has made some interesting titles. From No More Heroes to Killer7, his titles ooze style. While it doesn’t always work, they often leave an impression and offer something worth seeing. Roughly 18 years later his... Read More »

Site Score
5.5
Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition Review

Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition Review

Fun is sometimes an underappreciated element in gaming. Despite the lack of story, content and countless other things, many would say Destiny is a great game, simply because it’s fun. In the case of Bulletstorm, you have a world... Read More »

Site Score
8.7
Yooka-Laylee Review

Yooka-Laylee Review

As we continue to move forward, sometimes things are left in the past. These range from beat ‘em up games to a number of popular franchises. This is where Yooka-Laylee comes into play. With expectations of a Banjo-Kazooie-esque 3D... Read More »

Site Score
7.6
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