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Button Mashers – Street Fighter V – Review Pt.1

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Review: World of Warships

World of Warships is Wargaming.net’s latest offering into their free-to-play games shared with World of Tanks and World of Warplanes, finally bringing the fight to the open seas with their take on 3rd person naval combat. The game has been in alpha and beta for quite some time, and has been improved by leaps and bounds from day one to …

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Review: Final Fantasy X/X-2 New Look Same Great Taste

Last year Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster released on Ps3/PS Vita and was met with quite a bit of love. Before that, in order to play either one of these games, you needed to have them on your PS2 and they were separate purchases so it was pretty tough for anyone to get a hold of them without a bit of work. …

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Review: Helldivers – Face Full of Freedom

SCEA and Arrowhead Game Studio bring us the ultimate top down multi-player, twin stick shooter, friendly fire always on, overpowered weapon carrying, fist full of freedom this side of the universe game, called Helldivers. You would be hard pressed to say that Helldivers doesn’t have a huge Starship Troopers nod to it, and with guns blazing, bugs flying, and the …

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Hand of Fate Console Review; Out of the Darkness

Hand of Fate is a card-based RPG like no other. Kickstarter-funded, developed and Published by Defiant Development. Your adventure begins in a cabin at the end of the world, testing your wits in a game of life and death against a mysterious card dealer. This conceited card connoisseur of fate enjoys pitting you against worthy adversaries, ill-fated traps, curses, and …

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Flyhunter Origins – Review – PSVita

Zak is a tiny space janitor who cleans a spaceship while everyone else is in cryogenic sleep. While “cleaning”, Zak accidentally jettisons the crew and the ship’s cargo into space. Equipped with a flyswatter and jet-pack, Zak now has to recover his lost crew-mates and cargo. The levels aren’t too complicated in design, switching from side scrolling to 3rd person for …

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Firefall: Playable, but not Pretty

Firefall – At the Copa (CO!) Red 5 studio finally makes with the fun and dropped Firefall on the world today. With that a load of new content that many backers might not have seen until now, Firefall went through quite a few iterations until Red 5 finally came to a consensus on what the players wanted in game. Through a …

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Review- Strike Suit Zero Director’s Cut

What Should Be The Future of Space Shooters! The folks at Born Ready Studios have given us something that we haven’t seen since the 1990’s, an epic, fun, well thought out space shooter. Strike Suit Zero: Director’s Cut is a game that not only melds the genre’s of Space Simulator and Arcade shooter together flawlessly, but it makes with the …

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Review- Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark

Less Than Meets the Ear Transformers Rise of the Dark Spark is the latest offering to the Cybertron storyline, but this time around the developer at the helm is Edge of Reality. Brought to us by Hasbro and Activision, the game was to continue the epic storyline of Fall of Cybertron where we saw the Autobots in their ark, and …

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[Review] Wolfenstien: The New Order

Wolfenstien: The New Order Review Check yourself before you reich yourself! World War 2 is one of the most written about “What if” time periods of all time. We all wonder what life would be like if the Nazi Army had in fact beat back the alliance and obtained world domination through the war machines and ruthless determination that was …

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