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Marvel Vs Capcom Infinite Review

Marvel  Vs Capcom Infinite Review
2.5

What happened Capcom? Marvel Vs Capcom series has been awesome from the start, the idea of this two universes coming together to battle was a dream come true for gamers. MVC 2 was the break out of the series with TONS of characters and endless play. And now… We have come to this. I am […]

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Knack 2 REVIEW

Knack 2 REVIEW
3

Following on from the events of the first game, the utopian city of Newhaven has come under attack from a goblin army that hasn’t been seen since the humans fended them off in the Crystal Wars. The invasion forms the opening chapter, but following that the plot is told through a flashback that takes up […]

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Destiny 2 Review

Destiny 2 Review
5

Bungie hit it out of the park with Destiny 2. Coming hot off the heels of the massively succesful Destiny, with tons and tons of add-ons and DLC to keep the player busy, we get the next chapter in the saga. And just how does it stand up against it predecessor? We took Destiny 2 […]

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Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana – Review

Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana – Review
3.5

Before we begin our review let me give you a little history about the world of Ys. What’s Ys exactly? The Ys series is an action JRPG from 1987, made by Nihon Falcom, also the makers of other games and series such as Gurumin, The Legend of Heroes / Trails, Brandish, Xanadu Next and Tokyo […]

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Utawarerumono Mask of Truth Review

Utawarerumono Mask of Truth Review
3

Utawarerumono is one of those series that became a huge hit in Japan but never graced us with its presence in the west. For most, their exposure was through a fan translation of the visual novel or from checking out the anime adaptations. It’s a series I hold in high regard having played the original, […]

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Life is Strange: Before the Storm – Episode 1 review

Life is Strange: Before the Storm – Episode 1 review
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It’s been two and a half years since the launch of Life is Strange, an episodic graphic adventure game following Max Caulfield’s attempt to rescue her town after discovering she possessed time-rewinding abilities. With a powerful narrative, brilliant character-building and voice acting, an incredible use of licensed songs and a memorable setting, Life is Strange […]

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ARK: Survival Evolved Review

ARK: Survival Evolved Review
4.5

Ark: Survival Evolved is a difficult game to describe. At its core, this is a first-person survival game. You wake up nearly naked on an island and have to immediately fend for yourself. Here is the kicker, though. When you die, you are pretty much really dead. You have to create a new character and […]

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Rock of Ages II: Review

Rock of Ages II: Review
4.5

Imagine Monty Python, Super Monkey Ball, and the tower defense genre all having lunch at the bottom of a hill, discussing history and classical art. It’s a heated argument, debating the nuances of Van Gogh, the meaning of “The Scream,” and who would win in a fight between Henry VIII and William Wallace. Joan of Arc, Starry […]

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The Escapists 2 Review (XBOX ONE)

The Escapists 2 Review (XBOX ONE)
3.5

If you enjoy prison break films like The Great Escape and The Shawshank Redemption, you might feel right at home with The Escapists 2. This is the sequel to a surprise hit that was originally released back in 2014. The game was basically a prison escape simulator as you worked your way through an escape […]

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YAKUZA: Kiwami Review

YAKUZA: Kiwami Review
3.5

When Yakuza was released on the PlayStation 2 back in 2005, it had humble beginnings as a crime drama with a vaguely open world city and clunky combat mechanics. Ryu ga Gotoku: Kiwamimarks the 10-year anniversary of the franchise, and with it, the team at SEGA has sought to give the original story that started it all a […]

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