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Tusk returns to Killer Instinct
The barbarian from Killer Instinct 2, Tusk will make his return to the franchise in Killer Instinct Season 3. ... [read more]
New Nintendo Direct shows Star Fox Zero in action
The latest Nintendo Direct had info about some up Nintendo's upcoming games, but let's face it, the start of the show was Star Fox Zero. ... [read more]
Capcom punishes rage quitters and will look for more
On Feb. 26, Capcom's Neidel "Haunts" Crisan revealed that rage quitter's were going to get punished, but he didn't give specifics. In his latest blog, he revealed the fate of those who can't take the loss. ... [read more]

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PAX South 2016: Umbrella Corps Preview
Compared to last year, PAX South 2016 was lacking major developers. This would explain why I was excited to see Capcom in attendance. I don’t play Resident Evil games, but something about the previews I had seen compelled me to stand in line to play Umbrella Corps.... [read more]
Your safe space doesn't belong in my competitive game
Whether it’s trash talking or teabagging, some people are looking for a nicer online experience. Guess what? We’re not in elementary school anymore. This is digital dodgeball and players like me are aiming for your head. ... [read more]
Smite Preview: Hey look at me, I'm playing a MOBA on my console
There's no doubt that the top two MOBA games are DotA 2 and League of Legends, and with the control layout for those games, it's unlikely we'll see those games make the jump to the consoles. However, Smite, the third-person perspective MOBA game and arguably the third most p... [read more]

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Firewatch Review: Prepare for an interesting sensation
Firewatch is the first game developed by San Francisco-based company, Campo Santo. Needless to say, for this to be their first game it was certainly on fire. ... [read more]
Pony Island Review: Not that innocent of a game
I saw the trailer for Pony Island and thought to myself “Well, this looks like a fun puzzle game at least and it’s a pretty funny title”. I gave it a shot and I wasn’t disappointed.... [read more]
Undertale Review: An 8-bit RPG with a twist
Toby Fox first made himself known to the public with his ROM hack, “Press the B Button, Stupid!” for an Earthbound Halloween Pack back in 2008. With the help of artist Temmie Chang, he created a game that will take you back in time with its 8-bit look, music and turn-bas... [read more]

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PAX South 2016: Lords of New York Interview
If you never thought you wanted a poker RPG, then you haven't played Lords of New York from Lunchtime Studios. ... [read more]
PAX South 2016: Moving Hazard Interview
Moving Hazard is a new take on the zombie action game. The multiplayer shooter makes the zombies the weapon to take out the other team. ... [read more]
PAX South 2016: Eternal Interview
Dire Wolf Digital is jumping into the card game genre with Eternal. Unlike other card games, Eternal lets players make decisions both on offense and defense. ... [read more]

23 results for "uid:17"

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Sonic CD Review
Sonic CD has attained an almost legendary status over the years as one of the most underplayed Sonic The Hedgehog games in existence. It had an unfortunate release on a failed expansion kit; the dismal Sega CD attachment for the Sega Genesis, and has only been re-released two times since, on the PC and on the Gamecube, respectively. Now that it has finally been released, is it a spin dash across the finish line?
Xbox 360
7.5
01/04/2012
Afterfall: Insanity Review
Afterfall: Insanity was distributed based on an interesting premise; if it managed to pick up ten million pre-orders, all worth only a single dollar, the developers of Intoxicate Studios promised to donate ten percent of that to charity. Understandably, and as far as I have been able to tell, they did not reach this goal. And while the game is certainly worth the original one dollar they were asking for, I can't honestly say that I would be willing to pay much more than that.
PC
4
12/10/2011
Serious Sam 3: BFE Review
Serious Sam 3 is no different than its predecessors in that it is a medkit and armor shard-grabbing trigger-happy gorefest with little to no story to speak of, with what might possibly be one of the highest body counts ever seen in a video game. Other, lesser games such as Duke Nukem Forever made a strong case that maybe some conventions are better off dead in the water. Does Serious Sam 3 enforce this, or is it a shining example of how you can have mindless fun in a much more mindful age?
PC
8
12/10/2011
The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim Review
There is just too much to play this year, and having The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim released alongside all those other big games has set me back months. Bethesda's new titan of a game has done better than any other Elder Scrolls game before it, and has made a strong imprint on Internet culture and grabbed the attention of a whole new audience of people.
PC
8.5
12/06/2011
Minecraft Review
After being in an Alpha and Beta build for God knows how long, Minecraft has been officially released.
PC
10
11/26/2011
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11/21/2011
Kirby's Adventure 3D Review
Kirby is one of the most memorable Nintendo franchises of all time, and now it is on the Nintendo 3DS eShop with upgraded 3D effects to supplement the already brilliant gameplay.
3DS
9.5
11/21/2011
Renegade Ops Review
Renegade Ops is a new top down shooter from Sega, and utilizes dual analog sticks for both movement and firing like some arcade hits from the eighties such as Smash TV. I used to play games like Renegade Ops with my dad as a kid; simple shooters where the only objective was to ruin everything in sight. In a year full of big name titles, there may not be room for a straightforward action game in the mass market. But for those of us who remember another time where all we needed was a few machine guns, a paper thin plot about terrorists, and an objective list full of destructible targets, how does Renegade Ops stack up?
PS3
7.5
11/16/2011
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11/08/2011
Atelier Totori: The Adventurer of Arland Review
Atelier Totori could fairly be described as one of their more obscure games, coming from the lesser known Atelier franchise of RPG's. Though it will certainly be overshadowed by the recent Disgaea 4 and other big name titles coming out around this time of year, does it truly deserve to be?
PS3
6
11/02/2011
Disgaea 4 Review
NiS promised a lot of changes with Disgaea 4. Did they deliver on their promises?
PS3
9.5
10/18/2011
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10/18/2011
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10/18/2011
Persona 2: Innocent Sin Review
The PSP is not done yet. Persona 2: Innocent Sin didn't come to the U.S. when it was first released on the PSX, but now PSP owners can have that last hurrah of RPG goodness.
PSP
8.5
10/04/2011
Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad Review
Think World War II games are dead? Not with Red Orchestra 2.
PC
9
09/24/2011
Tropico 4 Review
Screw simulating, control your island with an iron glove in Tropico 4.
PC
8.5
09/19/2011
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09/11/2011
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09/06/2011
The AssKickers Review
The side scrolling beat ‘em up is an oft-forgotten genre, but it has been getting some attention in the last couple of years. Having a fondness for indie games, I was eager to give it a shot. With many fond memories of games like Streets of Rage sitting in the back of my mind, I always welcome a new addition to the genre, and was excited to see what The Asskickers had to offer.
PC
4.5
09/04/2011
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09/02/2011
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08/30/2011
From Dust Review
If you needed a god game fix, From Dust may have everything you need to satisfy your hunger for power.
Xbox 360
7
08/30/2011
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08/30/2011