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Tactics Ogre: Reborn – Review

In 1995, Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together was developed and released by the now-defunct Quest Corporation on the Super Nintendo to critical acclaim. In the following years, the sequel and second game in the Ogre Battle series saw various ports to other consoles, even getting a full remake on

9

Broken Pieces (Playstation 5) – Review

Broken Pieces follows the story of Elise, a woman trapped in a sort of Groundhog Day, however, everyone else has vanished, including her music-creating partner, Pierre. Elise, with her cassette player, trusty pistol, and magic storm stone, must venture out to uncover why this quaint French coastal town of Saint-Exil

7

Valkyrie Elysium (Playstation 5) – Review

Valkyrie Elysium is the fifth installment of the Valkyrie series published by Square Enix, but this time developed by Soleil, who brought us Ninjala and Samurai Jack: Battle Through time. With a new developer, Valkyrie Elysium plays a bit differently from its predecessors, playing as more of a hack-and-slash. The

7.5

Session: Skate Sim – Review

The wait is finally over. Session: Skate Sim has released its full version, with new features added, some removed, and DLC and future updates to come. Is this the game/sim you are looking for in your future virtual skate endeavors? Let’s find out. Developed by crea-ture Studios Inc., Session: Skate

9

The Last Of Us Part I – Review

Originally released back in 2013 on the Playstation 3, then remastered again in 2014 for the PlayStation 4. The Last of Us is back for a third time, this time in 2022 for the Playstation 5 with The Last of Us Part 1. So what’s different this time around? The

6.5

Saints Row – Review

At the exact moment I started writing this review, 16 years had passed since the original Saints Row game launched. As the first open-world crime simulator for the new generation of consoles, they were in a prime position to take advantage of the genre that GTA had made so famous.

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Cult Of The Lamb – Review

Have you ever wanted to start a cult? Well, in ‘Cult of the Lamb’ you get to do just that! From Developers, Massive Monster, and publishers Devolver Digital, Cult of the Lamb is the single-player, action-adventure cult simulator you have been waiting for. Destroy your enemies, sacrifice your worshippers or

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MultiVersus (Open Beta) – Review

Since 1999, Nintendo has been the pioneer of 2D platform fighting games with the legendary Super Smash Bros series. Many other franchises have attempted to make their own crossover game using the same gameplay style, such as PlayStation, Cartoon Network, Nickelodeon, and more, but none have come close to the

9

Sword and Fairy: Together Forever – Review

Sword and Fairy: Together Forever is the latest RPG release from Softstar, spanning over twenty-seven years’ experience with RPGs and the seventh installment of the Sword and Fairy titles. With such a long history in the industry, being able to cultivate their games over time has created one of their

9

Capcom Fighting Collection – Review

Back in the 90s when arcades around the world were still booming, there was a highly likely chance every arcade goer played one of Capcom’s many coin-operated machines scattered around not just in arcades, but also at shopping centres, cinemas, convenience stores, and more. While 1987’s ‘Street Fighter’ was the

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The Quarry (PC) – Review

The year was 1992. We had just purchased a new, powerful PC for the household. It was a 486DX2-66 with 8mb RAM, 540mb Hard Drive, and a dual-speed CD-ROM. It was on this PC that I got my first taste of an interactive FMV (Full Motion Video) game. The game

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Kao The Kangaroo – Review

I think somewhere in our storied gaming history, every one of us grew up with a favorite gaming mascot. Some stand-outs would have to be Crash Bandicoot, Sonic, Spyro, or Banjo Kazooie, while lesser, yet still formidable known heroes such as Gex or Croc, made a short but sweet appearance

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Sniper Elite 5 – Review

Sniper Elite 5 is the latest installment from the team over at Rebellion. Set in Nazi-occupied France and taking place just before the events of D-Day, you once again play as Karl Fairburne, where he finds himself sneaking past the Atlantic Wall to rendezvous with the French Resistance. Sniper Elite

MultiVersus (Closed Alpha) – Preview

Since 1999, Nintendo has been the pioneer of 2D platform fighting games, and it started with the legendary Super Smash Bros series. Many other franchises have attempted to make their own crossover game using the same gameplay style, such as PlayStation, Cartoon Network, Nickelodeon, and more, but none have come

Saints Row (Hands-Off) – Preview

We thought we’d seen the last of the 3rd Street Saints back in 2013, back when they had gained so much popularity that the boss had become the President of the United States, only to see the world destroyed by the alien Zin Empire. In a Matrix-like turn of events,

8.5

Trek To Yomi – Review

I have been waiting for a game to fill the samurai-shaped void that “Ghost of Tsushima” had left, and after having the chance to play “Trek to Yomi,” developed by Leonard Menchiari with Flying Wild Hog, I was left pleasantly satisfied. This side-scrolling, black and white katana-wielding adventure has so

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