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  • PREVIEW / Sentris (PC)

    …Tweet Pin It Sentris is a very colorful, rhythm puzzle game that has great potential. Sadly, in its current alpha state, Sentris is almost impossible to play. The developers, Timber Interactive, were very excited to get gamer hands on Sentris. Perhaps too excited. They released an early access version of the game on Steam, but without a tutorial…

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  • Wot I Think Now I’ve Finished Shadow Of Mordor

    …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. When I wrote my Wot I Think…

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  • Destiny Review – Lackluster Beauty at its Best (Part One)

    … done before. Nevertheless, it’s still a strange and wonderful game, one that Bungie can be proud off for its first installment in a long-planned lineage. …. Platforms: PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360 Developer: Bungie Publisher: Activision Blizzard Make sure to stay tuned for part 2 review for Destiny were we will be sharing…

    2 readers - James Mcdonald - LzyGmrs - Destiny -
  • REVIEW / Nintendo Legend of Zelda Link Hoodie

    … Paper Rox Scissors PR that TV Online Store was offering exclusive Nintendo hoodies modeled after some of our favorite Nintendo characters. Just in time for Nintendo’s just in time for Nintendo’s 125th anniversary, TV Online Store is currently offering Mario, Luigi, Wario, and Link hoodie sweatshirts. As a boy who grew up wanting to be Link, I…

    4 readers - Cody Shults - That VideoGame Blog - The Legend of Zelda -


  • Wot I Think: Alien – Isolation

    …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. I was hoping…

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  • Alien: Isolation Review

    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 ...

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  • The Wii U “Five” (Ep38): Hyrule Warriors (Review)

    The Wii U “Five” (Ep38): Hyrule Warriors (Review) — Let’s face it: every Nintendo fan is heavy-breathing over the next main Zelda entry. It’s already been teased, and while there are the usual suspects getting their masculine insecurity panties all up in a bunch over the artstyle of Link, we can do nothing but wait. But wait! The ...

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  • REVIEW / Anna: Extended Edition (PC)

    … discover clues, these are added to your journal which you can use to put together the story. Sadly though, there isn’t much of a story. What little story there is, you have to work to put together. According to developer, Dreampainters, it is based on authentic folklore and set in a Val D’Ayas. Being that I am unfamiliar with the folklore…

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  • Wot I Think: FIFA 15

    …. That said, the reason I’ve spent so much of this review talking about niggling details like crappy passing assistance is because these things, to me, aren’t niggling details. They’re the game. They’re what possess my thoughts when I play. They’re the things I want to see changed every year. They’re the things that disappoint me, every year…

    5 readers - Graham Smith - Rock, Paper, Shotgun - FIFA 15 -
  • Fairy Fencer F (PS3) - Review

    …Like the PS1 and PS2 before it, the PS3 has become both a safe haven and dumping ground for the recent surge of JRPGs, and with the PS3 now in its twilight years, more and more are coming out of the woodwork. Developer Compile Heart is one of the biggest contributors, popping out yearly RPGs like Record of Agarest War, multiple entries…

    1 readers - gamrReview - Fairy Fencer F -
  • Wot I Think: Endless Legend

    …By Adam Smith on October 1st, 2014 at 5:00 pm. A cursory glance might lead you to believe that Endless Legend is a duck. In this instance, Civilization V is the Platonic ideal of the duck and that brief glimpse of Endless Legend shaking its tailfeather might be enough to convince you that it looks like a duck, swims like a duck and quacks like…

    3 readers - Adam Smith - Rock, Paper, Shotgun - Endless Legend -


  • Hyrule Warriors Review

    …, giving him him a good deal of focus and plot significance. While this is understandable, as he is the series hero, I think it’s to the game’s detriment. As per usual he’s a silent protagonist; this is fine for most of his games, where he primarily is meant to serve as a conduit through which the player can experience the game world. In Hyrule…

    3 readers - Wii U - Hyrule Warriors -
  • PN Review: Angry Bunnies: Colossal Carrot Crusade

    … much an Angry Birds clone, something I perhaps dwelled too much on when reviewing the 3DS version. Fresh off Flappy Bird “spin-off” Spikey Walls however, I feel I can be more tolerant of clone games so long as they have some redeeming factors? So how does Angry Bunnies: Colossal Carrot Crusade fare on the Wii U? The physics based gameplay presented…

    2 readers - Trevor Gould - Pure Nintendo - Angry Bunnies - Crusader -

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