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  • Shadow of Mordor’s dubious review code deal revealed by TotalBiscuit

    Published at The Gamer Headlines - 29 readers

    Amidst recent games industry controversy (i.e. #GamerGate, NotYourShield, and the like), one would think that many game publishers and developers would attempt to put a definite end to underhanded business practices, or, at the very least, try to keep them out of the limelight. Unfortunately, that is not yet the case, and Warner Brothers Interactive Entertainment/Monolith Produc ...

  • Tiny Impressions: Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS ⊟ [Tiny...

    Published at Tiny Cartridge 3DS - 12 readers

    Tiny Impressions: Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS ⊟ [Tiny Cartridge contributor Francesco Dagostino has played the dickens out of the new Smash Bros. — bet you didn’t know Dickens was an unlockable character — and offers up his enthusiastic impressions here, including thoughts on the “portable” aspect of the new game.

  • Alien: Isolation Review

    PLAY Magazine - - 14 readers - We don’t know if Ridley Scott plays videogames – he seems like the kind of guy that would, though. If he happened to play Alien: Isolation, we can’t help but think of how he’d react to it – we’re sure it must make him feel proud, but uncomfortable at the same time. Alien: Isolation is more than just a survival-horror game – it’s the best Alien game that’s ever been made, impress ...
  • Wot I Think: Alien – Isolation

    Rock, Paper, Shotgun - - 6 readers - By Adam Smith on October 3rd, 2014 at 2:00 pm. Alien: Isolation is Creative Assembly’s first-person survival horror take on Ridley Scott’s Alien. No predators, no marines, no swarms of xenomorphs. This time it’s not war. Instead, we have one space station, one creature and one Amanda Ripley, locked in an apparent cycle of terror.
  • Wot I Think: Gabriel Knight 20th Anniversary

    Rock, Paper, Shotgun - - 10 readers - By Richard Cobbett on October 15th, 2014 at 2:00 pm. Well, 21st Anniversary really, but who’s counting? Gabriel Knight 20th Anniversary Edition is a chance to return to 1993 to re-experience the Schattenjager’s first case, but has it stood the test of time? Note to anyone who hasn’t played it, this is mostly going to be looking at the game as a remake rather than as a brand new adventure.
  • Wot I Think Now I’ve Finished Shadow Of Mordor

    Rock, Paper, Shotgun - - 5 readers - By John Walker on October 6th, 2014 at 5:00 pm. Now I’ve played for a large proportion of the last five days, with the main storyline completed, and a worrying number of the collectibles and side quests ticked off, I feel far more prepared to give a more definitive statement on Middle-Earth: Shadow Of Mordor: I love it.

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  • PN Review: Ping 1.5 +

    … Trevor Gould On October 21, 2014 http://purenintendo.com Review Overview 8.5 Frustrating, yet so much Fun My dormant retro gaming skills have been awakened. It's a bit buggy, but seasoned gamers take note - Ping 1.5 + is the real deal! Ping 1.5 + takes the simplest of premises – guiding a small white cube to an orange sphere…

    2 readers - Trevor Gould - Pure Nintendo -
  • Cardboard Children – Dungeon Raiders

    … By Robert Florence on October 21st, 2014 at 9:00 pm. Okay, I will show some mercy this week and tell you about a game that isn’t very expensive and is tiny in size. Board games often suffer from being TOO DEAR and TOO BLOOMIN’ BIG, so it’s nice to be able to recommend something that is neither. It’s a game that uses cards to tell the story…

    2 readers - Rock, Paper, Shotgun -
  • D4: Dark Dreams Don’t Die Review

    The Xbox One may be bombing in Japan, but Microsoft has one of the region’s best games in D4: Dark Dreams Don’t Die. Never heard of it? Well, that’s hardly surprising. D4 has received no promotion whatsoever since its release, slipping onto the Xbox store with as much gusto as a field mouse passing wind on a blustery day.

    2 readers - Adam Vjestica - Awesome Games -


  • Blackguards (PC) Review

    … prove to be satisfactory. The art reminds the author of Dragon Age, but played in a Tactical Turn-Based format not unlike the aforementioned Final Fantasy: Tactics. The monsters look convincingly scary enough, and the Knights and Bandits and other dangers of the road are varied enough that one can tell the other at a glance. Most of the artwork…

    2 readers - Brutal Gamer - Blackguards -
  • SWAT I Think: Door Kickers

    … by thug exiting kitchen while waiting for thug to exit lavatory. Restart! 14.05. ‘Mozambique’ didn’t locate bomb in time. Restart! 14.08. ‘Benjamin Disraeli’s Toast Rack’ failed to notice shack had north-facing window. Restart! 14.10… You will fail frequently in DK. The reason this plan wrecker rarely exasperates is that its failures tend…

    3 readers - Tim Stone - Rock, Paper, Shotgun - Door Kickers -
  • Driveclub (PS4) - Review

    Nine months late to the party, but better late than never, Driveclub has finally made its way to the PS4. What was supposed to be a launch game for Sony's newest console system when it was first revealed back in 2013, Driveclub became heavily delayed due to problems with its social system and the team falling heavily behind in the development process.

    3 readers - Daniel Carreras - gamrReview - Driveclub -
  • Pix the Cat: adventures in the micro-labyrinth ⊟ Take one part...

    … and a great Steamboat Willie makeover, and a PS4-exclusive multiplayer Arena Mode. I’m really glad this game is free with PlayStation Plus, because it means I can just tell a lot of you to check it out; despite all the crazy visuals, it’s almost minimalist in its focus, and it won’t take long for you to get into. BUY PS Vita, 1-year PS Plus membership, upcoming games …

    2 readers - Tiny Cartridge 3DS - Pix the Cat -
  • Super Smash Bros. 3DS Review

    …It’s that time again. A time where legendary icons square off against one another to prove their dominance. The immovable objects clashing against the unstoppable forces of Nintendo’s vast and storied history. Where portly Italian plumbers trade blows with bounty hunters, anthropomorphic mercenaries, pointy eared warriors and the like. It can only…

    4 readers - Awesome Games - Super Smash Bros. - Super Smash Bros. -
  • The 100 Season One (DVD) Review

    …The 100 Season One (DVD) Review Our planet may not be as dead as they think in this complete first season release. Earth is uninhabitable for many years and with those on the ground dead the surviving humans are left orbiting the planet on the ‘Ark’. A refuge in space made up of all the space stations and technology up there today joined together…

    2 readers - Ted Stokes - Brutal Gamer -
  • PlayStation TV: The Kotaku Review

    … "What do you want the PlayStation TV to do for you?" That's an important question when considering purchasing Sony's new microconsole. A more important question might be "Do you know what the PlayStation TV is?" I ask because over the course of the past six days with the PlayStation TV, I've run into several people who had absolutely no idea…

    3 readers - Mike Fahey - Kotaku -


  • PN Review: Pyramids 2

    …Trevor Gould On October 19, 2014 http://purenintendo.com Review Overview Pyramids 2 is a rewarding game worth your time, but make sure you take advantage of the level creation features to get the most from it. Download it today, and start using those QR codes! The original Pyramids debuted way back in October 2011. Three years later its sequel has…

    2 readers - Trevor Gould - Pure Nintendo -
  • PN Review: Cubemen 2 (Wii U eShop)

    … matches. This slideshow requires JavaScript. As I mentioned before there is a ton of content for Cubemen 2 and it doesn’t lie so much in the maps that are included in the game, which there are already plenty of, but rather in user generated content. Cubemen 2 comes with a rather extensive level designer which allows players to create their own…

    2 readers - Pure Nintendo - Cubemen 2 - Cubemen -
  • Hyrule Warriors Review

    … a foolish thought to believe Hyrule Warriors would offer a similar “It’s dangerous to go alone, take this!” Zelda vibe, but as a spin-off the battle-intensive, capture-the-keep title features some truly glorious moments. While it may not be to everyone’s cup of tea, particularly those who love to pour over old maps of Hyrule and discover every puzzle…

    1 readers - My Nintendo News - Hyrule Warriors -

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