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  • 5 Games That Got Shafted In 2015’s GOTY Awards

    Posted by on March 12, 2016 under News
    By now, all your favorite video game websites have cast their votes and determined which games have reigned supreme over all the rest in 2015. They've played and reviewed games all year long, leading up to each of their own individual awards celebrations.Games that took home the most awards include The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, Bloodborne, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, & Fallout 4. Well, ... more.
  • LEGO Dimensions – PS4 Review | Chalgyr’s Game Room

    Posted by on March 12, 2016 under News
    Chalgyr's Game Room writes:LEGO. Those tiny blocks that by themselves are truly nothing more than colored plastic designed to hurt like hell when they are stepped on in the middle of the night. Combined together though and they open up a multiverse of imaginative possibilities that can take children and even the grouchiest of adults on adventures of fun. LEGO Dimensions takes this multiverse and ... more.
  • King’s Quest: Chapter Two – Rubble Without A Cause Review | TXH

    Posted by on February 23, 2016 under News
    Gareth writes "Imagine you go out on a blind date with that special someone. The date is a huge success, it’s much better then you ever imagined and you really are having the best of times. Then the next day comes and you hear nothing; the date doesn’t ring back, text or communicate in any bloody way what so ever. A week passes, a month passes and you’ve forgotten all about... more.
  • Resident Evil Zero HD Remaster Review (GameWatcher)

    Posted by on February 23, 2016 under News
    From GameWatcher: "Given the rocky reception of the more recent games in the series and the ubiquity of HD remasters and re-releases, it’s no surprise that Capcom is dipping into the well of nostalgia to keep Resident Evil alive - albeit perhaps in a shuffling, brain-hungry kind of way. The 2002 remake was a terrific reimagining of the original game, and last year’s HD remaster o... more.
  • Gone Home Delayed on PS4/Xbox One In EU/AUS Due to ‘Last Minute Complications’

    Posted by on February 23, 2016 under News
    I don't think anyone rightly cares. What was advertised as being some potential horror game turned out to be the complete opposite in this walking simulator. Seriously, had no issue with the subject matter at all, but the game and advertising draws you into a fake premise and it ends up being a bit preachy.Wasn't bad at all...the graphics and environment were nice but that's about it for me. Cert... more.
  • Hatoful Boyfriend: Holiday Star Review – Pixel Related

    Posted by on February 22, 2016 under News
    The original Hatoful Boyfriend is the kind of game that no one should really like. It’s a dating sim about a high school full of birds. However, in a weird way, it worked. Choosing your bird suitors had a weird quirkiness to it and each character was fairly absurd, not only in their personalities, but in the fact that they were birds. So, because building a world was so difficult, the seque... more.
  • Rainbow Six: Siege Review (PS4) | PlayStation Insider

    Posted by on February 22, 2016 under News
    PSInsider author writes: The newest entry in the Rainbow Six franchise is Rainbow Six: Siege and it is phenomenal and arguably, it is the best shooter I have played in a very long time. First, if you are not a fan of online shooters, do not buy this game. Rainbow Six: Siege was designed for multiplayer and that is where the bulk of the gameplay is, since it is lacking a true single-player campaig... more.
  • REVIEW: Lovely Planet | ICXM

    Posted by on February 22, 2016 under News
    ICXM: Lovely Planet is an interesting game to say the least. It's rather basic in its design but highly addictive. The title features a colorful pastel art style and tight shooting mechanics that explore the oversaturated shooter genre in its purest form. This approach to game design has its benefits and problems. While the title makes for an addicting experience, it's rather shallow. At the end... more.
  • Review: Minecraft: Story Mode: A Block and a Hard Place | Destructoid

    Posted by on February 22, 2016 under News
    DTOID: What a weird episode. After the high energy of The Last Place You Look, this one slows down the action shortly into it, and it doesn't really pick back up until the very end, which feels like the end of a season. But then, there's still another episode after this.It's hard to fault Telltale for switching up the formula a bit, but it feels like the first season is essentially complete at t... more.
  • Three Fourths Home: Extended Edition Review (Xbox Enthusiast)

    Posted by on January 12, 2016 under News
    Three Fourths Home is classified as a visual novel. It is a narrative driven, interactive experience developed by Bracket Games. You step into the shoes of a young lady named Kelly. The game picks up in rural Nebraska on the side of the road. The game begins when you start to drive back to her parents house. On the ride home you experience the story through written text of a phone conversation be... more.
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