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Dead Rising: Watchtower Review (Film)


Zombies, we apparently aren’t sick of them yet. Despite being featured in so many games, comics, movies, and TV shows, Zombie is now it’s own genre; we’re all somehow still hungry for more zombie fiction. Given this insatiable lust for the undead, it was only a matter of time before someone tried to adapt Dead ...

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Over 9,000 Zombies! Review (PC)

Over 9000 Zombies

Article By Contributor Shane Viernum Over 9,000 Zombies! is billed as a top-down zombie shoot-em-up with basic sandbox elements built in, paired with simple wave-based survival being the goal. Being an enthusiast within the zombie / post-apocalyptic genre, and having a special place in my heart for top-down shooters, I thought it ...

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Oceanhorn Monster of Uncharted Seas Review (PC)

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Oceanhorn Monster of Uncharted Seas has set it sails and sight on Steam for its PC release, but is there depth to this sea-faring Zelda clone?

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Spirits of Xanadu Review (PC)


Spirits of Xanadu takes classic science fiction stories and creates an interesting and unique world to explore. By combining the remoteness  of Alien, the eerie atmosphere of a Shirley Jackson novel, and  familiar science fiction archetypes Xanadu gets under your skin. The game is a First Person Shooter with a ...

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Pillars of Eternity Review (PC)

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Pillars of Eternity is a massive, massive game. Its level of complexity, nuance and sheer depth is something I haven’t experienced in over a decade. Arising from a Kickstarter plea back in 2012, this Obsidian Entertainment project is an ambitious expansion on the CRPG genre which strives to emulate the ...

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Mushroom Men: Truffle Trouble Review


It’s hard to tell who Mushroom Men: Truffle Shuffle is for. In some instances, I’m inclined to believe this game was made for children. Aesthetically it sports a cartoony look that someone under the age of five will be content or even pleased with. However, the Catherine-inspired quazi-2D puzzle-platforming mechanics are ...

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Tales from the Borderlands Episode 2: Atlas Mugged Review (PC)

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There Will be Spoilers Would you look at that? Four months later, Tales from the Borderlands is back to remind us that it still exists. Telltale’s on a snail’s pace with their release schedule (to the surprise of nobody), but it’s paid off with their Pandoran-faring adventure’s second episode — ...

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Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number Review (PC)

Hotline Miami 2

I Liked Hurting People One thing that made the first Hotline Miami so fun was that it was an exciting action game the likes of which I had never been done before. I’d walk into a level, put on a mask, and tear the guards to shreds with a variety ...

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LA Cops Review (PC)

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When you have a surprise hit making its way around the indie scene like Hotline Miami, there are going to be  teams that try to emulate that success. LA Cops is one such game, taking the Hotline Miami’s format and trying to spin off a successful version with a few ...

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Ori and the Blind Forest Review (Xbox One)


There are many games that are created to be love letters to the genre that they embody. While Ori and the Blind Forest may be one of them, it stands out of the crowd with its beauty and design. The platformer from Moon Studios is atmospheric with its art and ...

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