Reviews Archive

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    Discussion Review: Tom Clancy’s The Division

    Review written by Matt Litten & Tim Mack. Tim: I have a love-hate relationship with The Division. I love the setting. The sheer scope of detail and nuance that has been put into the crafting of the world means that there is always something new to […]

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    Review: LEGO Marvel’s Avengers

    My love-hate relationship with TT Games’ LEGO series continues with LEGO Marvel’s Avengers, and unfortunately this installment ends up in the hate category. Perhaps hate is a little strong, but I really did struggle squeezing much of any enjoyment out of the game, which I […]

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    Review: Severed

    Wait a minute. There’s a brand new, all original, and exclusive game out for the PlayStation Vita today? What year is this? 2012? Nope, it’s still 2016. I guess miracles do happen! The latest gem from the makers of Guacamelee and the Tales From Space […]

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    Gear Review: Tt eSports Poseidon Z RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

    Are you turned off by gaming keyboards that are so overstylized they literally look like some kind of a Transformer in disguise? Well then this keyboard should be right up your alley. The Poseidon Z RGB mechanical gaming keyboard packages a host of essential features […]

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    Gear Review: Puro Sound Labs BT-5200 Volume Monitoring Bluetooth Headphones

    Known as the Healthy Ears Company, Puro Sound Labs is the purveyor of premium quality headphones for audiophiles young and old alike. Naturally, the key feature of Puro’s latest BT-5200 Bluetooth wireless headphones for adults is the in-built microprocessor that actively monitors volume level. While […]

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    Review: Stories: The Path of Destinies

    Picture Edge of Tomorrow (aka Live. Die. Repeat.) reimagined as a children’s fairytale storybook and then adapted into an anthropomorphic action-RPG. That’s Stories: The Path of Destinies in a nutshell. Let me explain how this all works. Path of Destinies is presented as a fantasy […]

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    Comic Review: Dark Souls #1

    Turning Dark Souls into a comic was always going to be a challenge. One of the signature traits that draws players to the Souls games like moths to a flame is its vague, indirect method of storytelling that forces you to piece together every little […]

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    Book Review: Tom Clancy’s The Division: New York Collapse

    Hey, game companies and book publishers, do more tie-in books like this please! Art books, novelizations, and prequel comics are great–Lord knows I love ’em all!–but New York Collapse, an interactive survival guide and novella-like story set in the world of Ubisoft’s new Tom Clancy […]

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    Review: Marble Mountain

    An ode to genre classics Marble Madness and Super Monkey Ball, Marble Mountain by Lightning Rock is a ball-rolling adventure about an orb of melted and re-solidified glass with ambitions to be the Indiana Jones of the marble village. Because of course marbles live in […]

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    Review: Paws

    I thought Might and Delight had already mastered the art of the cute video game with the first two Shelter titles, but Paws, a standalone spin-off to Shelter 2, somehow ramps the cuteness quotient up to a whole new level of make-you-wanna-cry adorable. Paws is […]

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