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  • PN Review: Skylanders: Trap Team (3DS)

    … the sort of game that the whole family can enjoy. Trap Team looks great on the 3DS! It’s extremely colorful, with imaginatively drawn levels, and a real sense of scope. Though the effects are mild, I played with 3D active through to completion. The soundtrack provides a great complement, with a number of excellent compositions. Like the 3D slider…

    Trevor Gould/ Pure Nintendoin Reviews- 2 readers -
  • Woah Dave! (3DS) - Review

    … more palatable price of $1.99 on the App Store). I would have liked Woah Dave! a lot more if it were a minigame found in a bigger title or even part of a retro arcade-inspired collection. As a standalone game at this price, though, it really only offers momentary thrills that are not compelling enough to keep you coming back for more. This review is based on a digital copy of Woah Dave! for the 3DS, provided by the publisher.…

    gamrReviewin Reviews- 5 readers -


  • Bayonetta 2 Review

    …-and-slash game does have one minor flaw, however, and it lies solely at the feet of the GamePad’s touchscreen controls. While Platinum Games have utilised the GamePad well with off-TV play, there’s no incentive to use the touchscreen controls whatsoever. An afterthought to the main dish, the controls lack precision. And automatic triggers for combo…

    My Nintendo Newsin Reviews- 3 readers -
  • Tetrobot & Co. Review – Wii U

    … This is the review for the Wii U version of the popular indie title from Swing Swing Submarine, Tetrobot & Co. The game is is a pure puzzle game, created for players looking to give their mind a workout. Players guide a microscopic robot named Psychobot through Tetrobot’s cogs and circuits. Psy, by swallowing blocks of matter and spitting them…

    Nathan Stevens/ Gaming Cypherin Reviews- 2 readers -
  • Civilization: Beyond Earth Falls Short

    … Civilization: Beyond Earth Falls Short Civilization: Beyond Earth is the next evolution of the Civilization games. In Civilization: Beyond Earth, humanity is on the brink and needs to find a new planet. Launched into the unknown, these civilizations colonize an unknown planet to continue humanity, in one shape or another. Firaxis maintained…

    Brutal Gamer- 1 readers -
  • Endless Legend: The Kotaku Review

    … As part of our recent shift in focus, I've been playing (and thus writing) about Civilization even more than usual. And for a while, it seemed every time I did, someone deep in the comments section would be whispering about another game I should try that, *gasp*, might be better than Civ. So I did. And whaddya know, in a lot of ways, they were…

    Luke Plunkett/ Kotakuin Reviews- 3 readers -
  • Football Manager 2015 – Review (PC)

    … what’s gone before and will definitely keep fans more than happy for another year and making it a worthwhile purchase. The post Football Manager 2015 – Review (PC) appeared first on Mature Gaming. Related posts: Football Manager Handheld 2012 out now Football Manager 2013 – Review (PC) Review: Football Manager 2014 …

    Gary Weeks/ Mature Gamingin Reviews- 1 readers -
  • PN Review: Pixel Paint

    … Trevor Gould On November 6, 2014 http://purenintendo.com Review Overview The program has a lot of potential, and is a fun and inexpensive way to dabble in pixel art. Create retro pixel art using the Wii U Gamepad and share with the world! Pixel Paint wasn’t a title on my radar, but I’m very glad I got a chance to check it out. The app…

    Trevor Gould/ Pure Nintendoin Reviews- 2 readers -
  • Wot I Think – Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare Singleplayer

    … much of the unpleasant jingoism that marks the worst of the previous Call of Duty games. It mostly maintains that romping tone, as you hop around the world, visiting futuristic Detroit, Seattle and New Baghdad and other more exotic locations. Spacey, with little of interest to do or say, alternates between the warm dad and malignant smarm he’s…

    Graham Smith/ Rock, Paper, Shotgun- 5 readers -


  • Off The Shelf #1 – Umbral

    … Hello everyone this is Matthew “GetSelious” Paul here with a new series from the Bookshelf Podcast team. As you may or may not know, the Bookshelf Podcast is monthly Podcast series were myself, Gabriel “ZSLash” Lemaine and Carlos “Da Angry Elf” Abdu review two books with a theme and hilarity ensues. Now everyone knows there’s a lot more comics…

    The Outerhaven- 1 readers -
  • Being Human US Season One (DVD) Review

    … Being Human US Season One (DVD) Review A vampire, a werewolf and a ghost walk into a bar…or is that a house? In the first of four seasons of Being Human (US) we’re introduced to a pair of monsters who just want to live normal lives in the modern day, one new to the game another very, very old. Relying on each other as a support system to avoid…

    Ted Stokes/ Brutal Gamerin Reviews- 1 readers -
  • Shadow Warrior Review

    … Shadow Warrior arrives on consoles (PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, specifically), but can it overcome its controversial heritage to deliver the promised arcade action of times long gone by? In an age of cover based shooting and regenerating health, few stand as the Old Guard, reminding us what was once was, jumping, strafing and giving no regard…

    Rosh Kelly/ Worlds Factoryin Reviews- 1 readers -
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