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May
13
2015

Shovel Knight (XB1 & PS4) Review

You may be looking at the screen shots of this game thinking “Not another indie game using 8-bit art” but dismissing it like that is just hurting yourself. Yacht Club games nailed it with Shovel Knight. Invoking the style of the 2nd and 3rd generation of consoles (NES, SNES, Genesis), Shovel Knight brings you to the simpler yet harder days of gaming where levels were hard and graphics blocky.

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Apr
08
2015

Razer Kraken Gaming Headset for Xbox One Review

The Razer Kraken headset for the Xbox One is a comfortable headset with great sound quality. You could use more expensive headsets, pay twice as much, and get the same results as the straightforward Kraken.

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Mar
20
2015

Ori and the Blind Forest Review

Moon Studios, the team behind Ori and the Blind Forest for the Xbox One and PC can say they have made one of the most impressive 2D platformers this generation. With Microsoft publishing, they’ve brought us one very beautiful and fun to play game that will hook you till the very end. …continue reading » Ori and the Blind Forest Review

Mar
03
2015

ScreamRide Review

ScreamRide is a roller coaster construction game, putting you in the shoes of an employee at the Screamworks International Research Facility. Part of your research is to build coasters where intensity and excitement are top priorities. Even if it means launching people into destructible buildings or sending them flying into aircraft. This game is a hoot. It’s simple to play and easy to get hooked beating high scores. Giving you three different modes of play from intense action to tickling your creativity bone, you could say it’s quite a wild…ride.

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Feb
26
2015

Watch us Livestream ScreamRide *Update: Archived*

Heres a live preview of ScreamRide, the newest game from Frontier Developments Ltd. These fine folks have also brought us Zoo Tycoon and Roller Coaster Tycoon.

*Update* Livestream is finished, here’s the archive

Jan
31
2015

Saints Row: Gat out of Hell Review

If you played Saints Row IV you know just how crazy the story of the Third Street Saints concluded. What began as a more gangster focused GTA clone, found its niche being the crazy and somewhat funny open world game it is today. What was once all about big ass chains is now about becoming your very own superhero. Looking ahead, Volition will need to give the Saints crazier, even more insane moments if they continue on this path but Gat out of Hell, it’s fun and slightly different but doesn’t go far enough.

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Jan
22
2015

#IDARB Review

The very first thing you should do in #IDARB is go to the credits and listen to the song that is played. It’ll be well worth the few minutes to watch. After that be prepared to enjoy an incredibly fun game with addictive gameplay.

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Dec
29
2014

Destiny: Expansion I – The Dark Below Review

Destiny’s first expansion is out and the votes are in, the tally’s counted, and the people polled. Should you go out and spend your hard earned $20 on The Dark Below? Is this new add-on going to give me $20 worth of new content?

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Dec
26
2014

Driveclub Review

So here we go, Driveclub; the launch title with big dreams of being Sony’s next hit car franchise. Driveclub comes from the guys who brought you Motorstorm and while it does impress in its graphics, the shipping copy still feels like a mess, even after the year delay. …continue reading » Driveclub Review

Dec
10
2014

The Jackbox Party Pack Review

Trivia games have always had a hard time on consoles, they usually end up getting bundled with some sort of gimmick controller that’ll hook a few people but leave other feeling awkward holding one. The Jackbox Party Pack needs no pack in controllers and makes the whole package worthwhile for the price. The best part? Controllers that are in your pocket, you might even be reading this review on one right now.

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