Review | Dying Light

by Jeffrey Harrison March 5, 2015
Techland moves into the post Dead Island phase of the developer’s gameography with the next-gen, first-person, zombie survival game Dying Light. Since the release of the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles, I have been extremely disappointed with many of the offerings for the games designed for next-gen consoles. Many of the major games were […]

Resident Evil Revelations 2: Episode 2 Review

by Dragos Dobreon March 3, 2015
Episode 2 of the episodic survival horror game Resident Evil: Revelations 2 is much more than a simple continuation, amping up the difficulty and, at the same time, the gameplay variations. It doesn’t change the formula of the game, but innovates by introducing new boss fights, the necessity of cooperation, and a more fast paced […]
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Buffers Evolution Review – WonderSwan Games for English Speakers

by hard4gameson March 3, 2015
Combine Sonic and Metroid and you get Buffers Evolution for the WonderSwan! In this series we’re looking at gems for the WonderSwan that fulfill 3 requirements: Can you play/understand it as an English speaker? Is it fun? Is it worth the price? Check out H4G on the Web! Like this: Like Loading...


HELLDIVERS Review – Time to give some hell!

by Dragos Dobreon March 2, 2015
I’m pretty straightforward when it comes to games, I either hate or love them with all my heart. Strange enough, this wasn’t the case with Arrowhead Game Studios’ top down shooter HELLDIVERS. While the first couple of hours were a complete nightmare for me, the rest were something I classify as a mystery for both me, […]

Review | Hyperdevotion Noire: Goddess Black Heart

by Charlie Grammeron February 25, 2015
Noire kicks out Neptune as star of the game in the latest spin-off  of the Hyperdimension series, Hyperdevotion Noire: Goddess Black Heart. This title, the first ever strategy RPG in the series thanks to Sting, Compile Heart, and Idea Factory, takes place not in the traditional setting of Gamindustri, but rather an alternate universe known […]

Steel Machine (CD-i) – Retro Review

by HalfBlindGameron February 24, 2015
A Shoot ‘m Up on CD-i? Is it possible? Well, there’s multiple, so clearly, yes. The real question is, can one be good? We’ll be finding out if this is the case for ‘Steel Machine’! For some extra background info on the game, SPC Vision and CD-i development from Stefan Posthuma, check out this forum […]


Resident Evil Revelations 2 Episode 1: Penal Colony Review

by Dragos Dobreon February 24, 2015
Nothing defines the horror genre better than Resident Evil, one of the most important survival horror franchises with decades of experience in the industry. Resident Evil Revelations 2 is the latest entry in the Resident Evil series, and the first one to embrace the episodic structure. The game is divided between four episodes, each more […]
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Review | htoL#NiQ: The Firefly Diary

by Charlie Grammeron February 23, 2015
htoL#NiQ: The Firefly Diary, (pronounced “Hotaru no Nikki“) is a puzzle game set to arrive on the PlayStation Vita in physical and digital formats on February 24, 2015. Is it worth your time? Let’s find out. Story You take control of two fairies, Lumen and Umbra, as they attempt to guide a young girl with […]

Review | Evolve

by David Pooleon February 20, 2015
Turtle Rock Studios’ Evolve is a game that isn’t for everyone. It offers a multiplayer focused concept that relies on the whole idea of four-vs-one gameplay. All the content in the game can be played offline with bots, but the real fun of the game comes from truly experiencing the different roles the game has […]


Ura Zelda Dungeon Re-Creation

by hard4gameson February 19, 2015
Ura Zelda Dungeon Re-creation! See the all new Temple of Light (demo) in Ocarina of Time. So, what is to be expected from Project Beta Triforce? The goal of the project is too restore multiple possible beta elements via patches including beta / Zelda 64 / Zelda Ocarina of Time Ura dungeons and textures. Check […]

Review | The Order: 1886

by Ramon Arandaon February 19, 2015
It only took a few minutes into playing The Order: 1886 to realize just how gorgeous this game looks. But despite the wonderful visuals and cinematic presentation, the game winds up falling short of being a must-have. Developed by Ready at Dawn, The Order: 1886 puts players in Victorian era London setting with an alternate […]
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Gaming With Killatia Super Nintendo Super Advantage Joystick Controller

by killatiaon February 18, 2015
We all heard of the Nes Advantage Joystick for the Nes but how about the Super Advantage Joystick for the Snes? Killatia takes alook at this sweet controller from Asciiware! Youtube: Facebook: Twitter: Patreon: Website: Twitch page: Like this: Like Loading...