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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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Dec
09
2014

Emergency 5 Review

Emergency 5 is easily the best and most refined game the series has ever seen, and also one of the more unique RTS titles to exist for the genre. Developer Sixteen Tons is able to craft a lengthy campaign filled with similar objectives, but done in a way that are both thrilling and fun to play. But sadly the game suffers from performance problems that interrupt what would otherwise be a great game.

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Aug
19
2014

Metro Redux Review

With just over a year separating the release of Metro Redux with Metro: Last Light, one has to wonder what makes this release so special. Firstly, it contains both Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light in a bundle. It might be easy to think that it’s just Metro 2033 as an HD remake and a simple re-release of Metro: Last Light for a quick cash-in to go along with it. This is not so. Many significant, substantial changes have been made to remaster each game that warrants the purchase, even if you’ve played recently.
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Aug
15
2014

Risen 3: Titan Lords Review

Piranha Bytes’ heritage of making deep and expansive RPGs somehow got lost over the years. Their desire of returning to their roots for Risen 3: Titan Lords does not go unfulfilled. The European developer delivers on all their promises to make an enjoyable, robust, and even a bit strange of an RPG that imposes no rush on progressing through the story in a timely manner.
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Aug
12
2014

Sacred 3 Review

The Sacred series is likely not a household name when compared to the likes of Diablo. It filled a very specific void in the hearts of those who appreciated a deep action RPG. There is no such void now, and the original series’ developers are no more. So when Deep Silver went to resurrect this dormant series, it was going to be interesting as to what the result would be. While a much different game, Sacred 3 is fine in its own right, is not the Sacred you remember or even want.
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