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    • Destiny Review Update: Four Months Later

      Four months into its existence, Destiny is a better, more frustrating, more expansive—and ultimately, expensive—game than it was at launch. It's also very different, because after months of tweaks, it has become clearer than ever who we're really playing against: the people who made it. The player's greatest adversary in Destiny isn't an alien warlord or a reanimated moon mon ...

      Kirk Hamilton/ Kotakuin Reviews- 3 readers -
    • Wot I Think – Elite: Dangerous

      By Brendan Caldwell on January 15th, 2015 at 7:00 pm. Elite: Dangerous is a big game. It is big because it offers an uncharted galaxy of 400 billion stars to roam around. It is big because its bloodline comes from of one of gaming’s most respected sims. And it is big because it has the ambition of an interstellar Macbeth, backed by over £1.5 million in crowdfunding cash.

      Rock, Paper, Shotgun- 2 readers -
  • Blackguards 2 Review

    … Blackguards 2 Blackguards 2 is the best parts of the original with all new parts making a game definitely worthy of your time. Blackguards 2 has everything a turn based strategy game fan could ask for. It’s got grids and it’s got turns. Yup, Blackguards 2 is certainly turn based. The early-2014 title Blackguards received mixed reviews…

    Alex Johnson/ n3rdabl3in Reviews- 1 readers -


  • PN Review: Quell: Memento

    Trevor Gould On January 23, 2015 http://purenintendo.com Review Overview Quell: Memento is a worthy follow up with a few welcome improvements. I hope the next installment in the puzzle series will return those elements cut, while continuing to progress in other avenues. If you enjoyed Quell: Reflect (and I certainly did) you’ll enjoy Quell: Memento.

    Trevor Gould/ Pure Nintendo- 2 readers -
  • Thrustmaster HOTAS Warthog (Hardware) Review

    Thrustmaster HOTAS Warthog (Hardware) Review A couple of decades ago we used to play all the time with a plastic joystick that had two or three buttons. Now PC gaming has moved on with advanced fighter simulators and realistic graphics, so we take a look at the ultimate flight stick for a home user – the Thrustmaster HOTAS Warthog.

    Ted Stokes/ Brutal Gamer- 2 readers -
  • Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions Review – Shape Up

    … beautiful, I’m blinking less and less. Of course, when you’re eyes are taking in a rainbow of eye-wateringly vibrant neon colours and more sparks than an angle grinder pressed against a nightclub performer’s metallic crotch, it’s inevitable really. That being said, Dimensions is a terrific visual spectacle, buoyed by a thumping electronic soundtrack, and the game runs super smooth. A review code of Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions was provided courtesy of Xbox. The game was reviewed on Xbox One. Seasoned War Veteran…

    Adam Vjestica/ Awesome Gamesin Reviews- 2 readers -
  • NEKOPARA Vol. 1 (PC) - Review

    … by using a new system called E-Mote. While you can’t tell from the screenshots accompanying this review, the system does a great job of animating characters, which makes them seem much more alive. This does come at a cost, though, as it causes characters to constantly move around like children who can’t sit still for even a minute. As you would expect…

    Jared Katz/ gamrReview- 2 readers -
  • PN Review: 3D After Burner II

    … classics in a physical collection ala Japan? Still, it’s better to have it digitally (and late) than not at all. And with games like Fantasy Zone and Outrun to follow, there’s plenty more to be excited about. Thanks to M2 for their efforts with After Burner, and the other SEGA classics. …

    Trevor Gould/ Pure Nintendoin Reviews- 2 readers -
  • PN Review: uWordsmith

    …. Mosaic is the last, which gradually reveals a photo in tiles. There are three difficulty settings to challenge the whole family. Multiplayer is enjoyable, but it’s not setup for simultaneous play so you’ll need to take turns. Some nice music and effects are heard in the background. This slideshow requires JavaScript. There are some good photos…

    Trevor Gould/ Pure Nintendoin Reviews- 3 readers -
  • Wot I Think: Cat Goes Fishing

    … lacking for not being on a touch screen – despite its having been released on Android late last year. Okay, look, I went back and played a bit more. I unlocked the radar. This is daft. I want to play more. …

    John Walker/ Rock, Paper, Shotgun- 3 readers -
  • Plextor M6S 512GB SSD (Hardware) Review

    … we’ve decided to do something different comparing our tests to the on the box specs and give you real world ‘what you see’ numbers. If you’re upgrading to an SSD chances are you don’t want to be spending hundreds on a drive where the only difference between the old and the new is 2 milliseconds loading a file. For this our average gaming test…

    Ted Stokes/ Brutal Gamerin Reviews- 2 readers -
  • Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker Review

    … When Nintendo announced Captain Toad was getting his own game everyone was delighted, overjoyed in fact, thinking of a downloadable Captain Toad puzzle game. Then Nintendo said; “No, actually, this is a full retail release”, and it sounded a bit weird to everyone. The Captain Toad minigames in Super Mario 3D World were fun and cute, but would…

    Worlds Factoryin Reviews- 2 readers -


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