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  • Giana Sisters Director’s Cut Review

    … Coming from controversial past and through the last generation, the Giana Sisters finally break into the newest consoles with Twisted Dreams: Directors Cut. Once the franchise was known only as clone of Super Mario, and although its reimagining, first out on PC in 2012, still takes inspiration from plumber king of platformer’s, the Giana Sisters…

    Rosh Kelly/ Worlds Factoryin Reviews- 3 readers -
  • Wot I Think: Deadnaut

    …, relaying orders and watching their life signs tremble and shift toward flatline. On another level, Deadnaut is Viscera Cleanup Detail played straight. It's a game about the aftermath of terrible events, but here the aftermath has teeth and claws of its own. I think it’s fair to describe it as a survival horror game, although certainly…

    Adam Smith/ Rock, Paper, Shotgun- 3 readers -


  • Game of Thrones: Episode One - Iron From Ice (PS4) - Review

    … in the background. Game of Thrones has a lot of potential judging by this first effort, but needs a lot more polish before it really hits new heights. The narrative is promising, and although the gameplay is stunted it remains a thoroughly absorbing experience. You'll need to be absorbed, because there are at least five more episodes coming. I for one cannot wait. This review is based on a digital copy of Game of Thrones: Episode One - Iron From Ice for the PS4, provided by the publisher.…

    gamrReviewin Reviews- 2 readers -
  • Wot I Think: Metal Gear Solid V – Ground Zeroes

    …. The effects are on another level. When Snake executes a perfect headshot, the sound effect suggests bone being crushed – not in a rewarding way, like a ‘ping’ in Counter-Strike, but as a vaguely unsettling full stop. When Snake gets shot there’s a blood spatter effect – except look closer and you realise it’s film stock, burning in the lens…

    Rich Stanton/ Rock, Paper, Shotgun- 2 readers -
  • The Wii U “Five” (Ep49): Watch Dogs (Review)

    … this goal cannot be achieved* xD — Jason Chuang (@ZyroXZ2) November 5, 2014 — Jason (ZyroXZ2) and his show are in all the usual places: YouTube, Facebook, Twitter. Obtain the YouTube Triforce: Subscribe, Like, and Comment! Enjoy! …

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  • The Most Ridiculous PC Monitor I Have Ever Used

    … I got not one, but two monitors from LG for review last week. One was a specialised gaming monitor. The other was a lot more fun. The gaming monitor, the LG 24GM77 (catchy!), made a lot of boasts, and included a lot of "gaming" features like promises to reduce response time, but I'll be honest, I didn't notice anything looking any smoother…

    Luke Plunkett/ Kotaku- 2 readers -
  • PN Review: GetClose: A game for RIVALS

    … Trevor Gould On December 16, 2014 http://purenintendo.com Review Overview It wasn't for us, but the right group in a goofy mood could elevate this from a mildly amusing curiosity into some short lived entertainment - so long as they can overlook a host of concerns. GetClose is one of those titles easier understood with a controller…

    Trevor Gould/ Pure Nintendoin Reviews- 3 readers -
  • Wot I Think: The Dream Machine Chapter 5

    …. It was quite a wait, and rather a short entry. It’s been slightly over a year since, and now we have Chapter 5 – the biggest part of the game yet. Here’s wot I think. With far more to do, many more locations than previously, two dreams to explore in an elaborate fashion, and a much more fleshed out feel, TDMC5 is a splendid episode in an already excellent…

    John Walker/ Rock, Paper, Shotgun- 2 readers -


  • Super Smash Bros. for Wii U Review – Super Smashing Great

    So, if you’ve bought Super Smash Bros. on your 3DS, and somehow haven’t been keeping track of Nintendo’s news about the game, you might be wondering why the Wii U version is equally worth your time to its handheld counterpart; because the gameplay is technically identical between both versions. Well, if you’re into Smash’s unique style of gameplay the 3DS version is obviously very nice.

    Awesome Games- 2 readers -
  • One Of The Best Mobile Adventures Of The Year Is An Amazon Exclusive

    … Every time a new free-to-play game clamors for coin, gamers bemoan the lack of more traditional mobile fare — quality premium titles packed with compelling content at a fair fixed price. That's exactly Tales From Deep Space. You just have to own a Kindle Fire to enjoy it. I've been a fan of Amazon hardware for a couple years now. I've owned…

    Mike Fahey/ Kotaku- 3 readers -
  • Ultimate NES Remix (3DS) - Review

    It’s hard to review a game which is essentially a collection of games most people already know and love. Nintendo's back catalogue of titles will forever be heralded as the pinnacle of their respective generations of gaming, boasting some of the most iconic characters and tightest game design to ever grace the Earth.

    Daniel Carreras/ gamrReview- 4 readers -
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