Reviews

Dying Light Review – Falling Short of Greatness

Dying Light comes to us from the developers; Techland. If that name sounds familiar, that is...

by   /   January 31, 2015

Far Cry 4 Review – A Glimpse into Nirvana

It was late in the year of 2012 when Ubisoft unleashed Far Cry 3 upon the world and changed its...

by   /   November 18, 2014

Escape Dead Island Review – Completely Clueless

Out of nowhere and without any credit, the Dead Island franchise has been able to announce five...

by   /   November 18, 2014

Assassin’s Creed Unity Review – Everything Old is New Again

Fall 2014 seems to be all about the Assassin’s Creed franchise. Not only has Ubisoft released two...

by   /   November 12, 2014

Neverending Nightmares Review – A Unique Experience

In the spirit of All Hallows Eve, the developers Infinitap Games bring us an insight into a damaged...

by   /   November 1, 2014

Super Time Force Ultra Review – Short But Oh So Sweet

Run and gun genres can be entertaining, but they’re also hard to innovate at times, even when...

by   /   August 29, 2014

Ultra Street Fighter 4 Review – Apex of the Franchise

Debuting in 2008, Street Fighter 4 was not only a worthy sequel to the franchise but also...

by   /   June 3, 2014

Watch Dogs Review – A Remarkable Achievement

After a delay that lasted half a year, the game that stole the show at E3 2012 has finally graced...

by   /   May 28, 2014

Memento Mori 2: Guardian of Immortality Review

Over the last decade, modern gaming landscape has been going through a particular drought in...

by   /   May 23, 2014

Wolfenstein: The New Order Review – Suitable Evolution of Franchi…

Finally, the series that essentially birthed the genre of first-person shooters has returned from a...

by   /   May 20, 2014

Ether One Review – An Interesting Desert

What makes a video game is an abstract concept, as it’s hard to pin down, which is something...

by   /   May 12, 2014

Scourge: Outbreak Review – A Dated Concept

A re-release like Scourge: Outbreak, which stems from the old Scourge Project series, is a perfect...

by   /   April 29, 2014

inFAMOUS Second Son Review – Evolution of the Franchise

Since the early years of PS3, Infamous has been the representative of the PlayStation exclusives...

by   /   March 21, 2014

Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze Review – Chaos

Nintendo is a company built on a select few genres that they’ve refined to an art form, which is...

by   /   March 3, 2014

Dungeon Keeper Free-to-Play Review – Insidious Design

While there are some who would immediately cringe at the thought of a Dungeon Keeper remake on...

by   /   February 17, 2014

The Wolf Among Us “Smoke and Mirrors” Episode 2 Review

With a powerful opening on its belt, the expectations for The Wolf Among Us’  “Smoke and...

by   /   February 6, 2014