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Review | Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End

by David Pooleon May 27, 2016
The Uncharted franchise has been one crazy roller coaster of a series, benchmarking industry leading visuals and even some of the best storytelling and acting in video games. The fifth game in the series (counting Uncharted: Golden Abyss), and considered to be potentially the final game of the franchise, Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End is […]
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Review | NoScope Andromeda Computer and Gaming Glasses

by Josh Boykinon May 26, 2016
I’ve reviewed NoScope’s gaming glasses since they released their self-branded model in 2014. Gunnar Optiks introduced the concept of special, yellow-tinted lenses into the professional gaming space before, but their prices made the glasses cost-prohibitive for many. NoScope’s latest model brings the trendy “wayfarer” style into the mix; They sent me a pair and I’ve […]
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Review | Life Goes On: Done to Death (PS4)

by Charlie Grammeron May 17, 2016
Infinite Monkeys Entertainment has recently brought their title, Life Goes On, to PlayStation 4 with some added content. This edition, known as Life Goes On: Done to Death aims to deliver morbid fun to fans of the puzzle genre, but will it succeed, or will it, like the many knights within, fall victim to several traps along the way? […]

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Star Fox Zero Review – Wii U – H4G

by hard4gameson May 16, 2016
Is Star Fox Zero ruined by its controls? Or is there a gem to be unearthed here? SF0 is the first new Star Fox game in 10 years and the first in the series to be HD. JOIN US  ►► Facebook: Patreon:
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Review | Valkyria Chronicles Remastered

by David Pooleon May 14, 2016
Back in 2008, Sega released a nice little strategy gem for the PlayStation 3 that went under a lot of radars, despite critical success. Valkyria Chronicles released as a fairly innovative experience, combining turn-based strategy with third-person shooting elements, all with a beautiful anime style that used pencil drawn painting visuals to bring the world […]

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Review | MegaTagmension Blanc + Neptune VS Zombies (Vita)

by Charlie Grammeron May 9, 2016
MegaTagmension Blanc + Neptune VS Zombies is the latest installment in the HyperDimension series, once again venturing into hack-and-slash territory as HyperDimension Neptunia U: Action Unleashed did. Will it continue to carry the same charm, or will MegaTagmension fall short? Story The story takes place in GamiAcademi, a school which the diety-like CPUs utilize to learn and become closer to their […]
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Review | Ray Gigant

by Charlie Grammeron May 4, 2016
Experience has unleashed another dungeon crawling role-playing game, Ray Gigant, this time teaming up with Acttil to bring the title to us. They do some experimentation with the classic dungeon crawling design, but will it pay off, or is Ray Gigant destined to fall by the wayside? Story Ray Gigant begins in a dramatic fashion as a young man describes […]

Review | Dark Souls 3

by Adam Larckon May 4, 2016
After a sequel that irritated many series purists and a sidetrack into the Bloodborne universe, Dark Souls has made its return with the third series. While the core mechanics may relatively be the same as the first entry in the series, there have been plenty of refinements to Dark Souls 3 to make the series […]

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Review | Corpse Party

by Charlie Grammeron May 2, 2016
Team GrisGris and XSEED Games were recently excited to bring Corpse Party to Steam once again. This version is a translated port of Corpse Party: Bloodcovered, which was released in Japan in 2008. How well does the game hold up after so many years? Story One night, a group of Japanese high school students are hanging out in their […]
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Review | Melty Blood Actress Again Current Code

by Charlie Grammeron May 2, 2016
We were given the chance to check out the final installment in the Melty blood franchise, titled Melty Blood Actress Again Current Code. How well does the fighter from Arc System Works hold up? Story Melty Blood is inspired by the visual novel series known as Tsukihime, which hasn’t officially been released in North America. That said, there are English patches […]

Review | Hyperdevotion Noire: Goddess Black Heart (PC)

by Charlie Grammeron May 2, 2016
A little over a year ago, we reviewed the PlayStation Vita version of Idea Factory’s tactical RPG spin-off of the Hyperdimension Neptunia series, Hyperdevotion Noire: Goddess Black Heart. They went on, late last year, to announce that they will be bringing the game to PC. Since we did cover the title when it originally arrived on the […]