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Mortal Kombat X Review

by Alex Madell

Coming fresh off of my experience with WWE 2K, I was a little weary about jumping right into another 3-D


Taichi Panda Review

by Jessica Critcher

Pandas are soft and lazy, and the words tai chi usually conjure up images of senior citizens in the park,


Dungeon Hunter 5 Review

by Al Jackson

And so it was written, and so it came to pass that he who they call the Interloper, The Prince of


Titans Review

by Sharang Biswas

Do you know what isn’t it fun? Slogging through days of gameplay before spotting even a glimmer of engaging content.


Blood Brother 2 Review

by Richard Goodacre

Much like its younger brethren, last year’s Blood Brothers 1, the best thing you can say about DeNa Corp’s Blood


Card Dungeon Review

by Sharang Biswas

There’s no doubt that we’re seeing a resurgence in “analogue” games. Following in the footsteps of video games, which in


Vega Conflict Review

by Meirion Jordan

One of the fun side-effects of Einstein’s theory of general relativity is that by playing with space, we can bend


Anomaly Defenders Review

by Meirion Jordan

It’s not often that I receive genuine bona-fide messages from the future. So you can imagine my surprise when, on


Skull Legends Review

by Sharang Biswas

No game genre is more addictive than the humble Tower Defense. When it comes to sheer PPP ( “Procrastination Promoting


CounterSpy Review

by Travis Fahs

While Nintendo and Microsoft coldly ignore the growing potential of mobile to boost their gaming brands, Sony has been leading


Skulls of the Shogun

by Will McCool

Tales of betrayal are incredibly common in every medium. whether noble struggles for justice or gritty vigilante revenge, humanity has


The Inner World Review

by Aliya Tyus-Barnwell

The Inner World is a hand drawn point-and-click adventure game developed by Studio Fizbin. It is a weird piece of



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