Mortal Shell Review – Ascending Souls

Mortal Shell Review – Ascending Souls

In 2009, with the release of Demon’s Souls literally no one would have known From Software’s challenging, opaque action RPG would usher in a popular sub-genre but 11 years later, “Soulslike” is exactly that. Yearly we’ve seen games release that borrow heavily from the Souls formula to varying degrees of...

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Horizon Zero Dawn PC Review – Going Beast Mode

Horizon Zero Dawn PC Review – Going Beast Mode

I’m one of the guys who missed out on Horizon Zero Dawn the first go around. And when the Frozen Wilds DLC came out. And all the subsequent times it was on sale in the PlayStation Store. Look, my point is, there are many times since the release of this...

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Neversong Review – A Horrific Surprise

Neversong Review – A Horrific Surprise

In today’s gaming landscape, we are undoubtedly blessed with a bevvy of fantastic indie platformers. From the original indie hits in Braid and Super Meat Boy to recent classics like Celeste and Cuphead, there are so many great games to play. Some prefer to tell an engaging story above all...

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Othercide Review – Prepare to Fail

Othercide Review – Prepare to Fail

For anyone looking to sink their teeth into a meaty new turn-based combat experience, indie company, Lightbulb Crew, might have just the thing get your mouth watering. Read on for the SP1st Othercide review to see if this is a tactical horror game worth enduring. Othercide is made by them...

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Destroy All Humans Review – All Hail the Furon Empire

Destroy All Humans Review – All Hail the Furon Empire

Kind of strange knowing that it’s been a little over 15 years since the original Destroy All Humans! launched on the PS2. While a distant memory, one thing I did like about the original release was the amount of mindless fun it had to offer. Of course, I was far...

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Crysis Remastered Review – Nano Portable Gaming (Switch)

Crysis Remastered Review – Nano Portable Gaming (Switch)

If you would have told me back in 2007 that a game like Crysis would be running on a portable system by Nintendo, I’d have laughed and called you crazy. At the time, Crysis for the PC had set a bar for PC gamers, and for the matter, the industry...

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Paper Mario: The Origami King Review – A Crafty Adventure Unfolds

Paper Mario: The Origami King Review – A Crafty Adventure Unfolds

To say that the Paper Mario fanbase is impassioned about the series is putting it lightly. The first two games released for the Nintendo 64 and Gamecube, respectively, picked up the RPG mantle from Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars with aplomb, and especially the Gamecube outing, Paper...

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Ghost of Tsushima Review – Samurai Spirits

Ghost of Tsushima Review – Samurai Spirits

It’s been about six years since Sucker Punch Productions released inFamous First Light, which was a standalone title that complemented inFamous Second Son. Now that we’re at the cusp of the nex-generation of gaming with the PS5 (and Xbox Series X), the studio has finally released its long-gestating project, Ghost...

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Review: Evan’s Remains – Pulling the Right Strings

Review: Evan’s Remains – Pulling the Right Strings

While games steeped in nostalgia and the like are the norm these days, that doesn’t mean there’s no place for these kinds of titles. On the contrary, sometimes, these little titles can blow us away in a way that their AAA siblings couldn’t. Is Evan’s Remains one of these games?...

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Mafia 2 Definitive Edition Review – Taking a Hit

Mafia 2 Definitive Edition Review – Taking a Hit

Originally released back in 2010 for last-gen (PS3, Xbox 360) consoles, 2K Games has re-released Mafia 2 as part of the Mafia Trilogy, and has called it the “Definitive Edition.” Now, the question is, does this mafia go for the kill, or does it run out of bullets? Read on...

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