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Anna’s Quest Review: Dark Fairy Tales

/ Jul 2nd, 2015 Mixing author Dane Krams‘ twisted fairy tale with classic point-and-click elements brings Anna’s Quest to life via Steam. We 0 comments continue reading >>

Adventures of Pip Review: Life of Pi-xel

/ Jul 1st, 2015 Sorry, the princess is just not that into you. What would you do if everyone you were trying to 0 comments continue reading >>

Life is Strange Episode 2 Review: Losing Time

/ Jun 8th, 2015 As I finished Life is Strange Episode 2 I was left reeling. The episode, titled “Out of Time,” rockets towards 0 comments continue reading >>

Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth2 Sisters Generation Review

/ Jun 3rd, 2015 Part videogame, part mouthful, Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth2 Sisters Generation is a JRPG sequel that parodies the game industry it 0 comments continue reading >>

Not a Hero Review: Born to Roll

/ May 26th, 2015 Politics is a shady game. The business of getting elected involves a huge investment of time, money and energy. 0 comments continue reading >>

Razer BlackWidow Tournament Edition Chroma Review

/ May 22nd, 2015 International gaming peripheral manufacturer Razer creates unique and flashy hardware touted as being “For Gamers, By Gamers.” The new 0 comments continue reading >>

Windward Review: Sailing Along

/ May 20th, 2015 Windward is a world of trading, exploration and pirates. Featuring a massive open world, naval battles and trading, Windward 0 comments continue reading >>

Dragon Ball Xenoverse Review: Kamehamehnah

/ May 19th, 2015 Videogames haven’t been entirely kind to Akira Toriyama’s beloved creation. You can count on one hand the number of 0 comments continue reading >>

Broken Age: Act 2 Review: Tough Act to Follow

/ May 13th, 2015 If something is good, we don’t want it to end. People get attached, invested and feel they know how 0 comments continue reading >>

Toren Review: The Climb

/ May 12th, 2015 It is becoming more common to find games influenced by the work of Fumito Ueda and Team Ico’s seminal 0 comments continue reading >>