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  • Never Alone (PC) - Review

    … a blizzard which has consistently blown for many seasons, causing problems for Nuna and her community. Moving from left to right, you’ll find the platforming gameplay to be fairly easy and standard compared to the more complex and experimental platformers that have stood out over the last few years, but the attention to detail in Never Alone…

    Daniel Carreras/ gamrReviewin Reviews- 2 readers -
  • The Wii U “Five” (Ep46): Super Smash Bros for Wii U (Review)

    The Wii U “Five” (Ep46): Super Smash Bros for Wii U (Review) — The unarguably biggest game of the holiday is upon us, and there’s no denying that all eyes are on the one-of-a-kind game you can only get on that one system you want to pretend isn’t good enough for you: the Wii U. And ...

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  • PES 2015 Review – Return of the King

    … of Hideo Kojima’s FOX Engine provided incredibly realistic animations and believable ball physics, it was clear that compromises had to be made. Performance issues led to stuttering during gameplay, the tactical menu was a laggy mess and seemingly commonplace features such as rain were omitted entirely. Crucially, though, the game was persistently…

    Adam Vjestica/ Awesome Gamesin Reviews- 3 readers -
  • The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth (PSV) - Review

    …, enemies, music tracks, and stages all combine to ensure that Rebirth offers enough additional content to demand the attention of anyone that enjoyed The Binding of Isaac the first time around. This review is based on a digital copy of The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth for the PSV…

    Daniel Carreras/ gamrReviewin Reviews- 3 readers -
  • PN Review: Snake Den

    … with a poor audio package it’s worse. Snake Den has no music currently (though some is planned) just a couple of annoying sound effects. Stats are recorded for the length your snake grows (“Eat a bell pepper”), the time it takes to exit a level, and the number of mice you’ve eaten. Up to 3 can be found in every level, although just one is needed…

    Trevor Gould/ Pure Nintendoin Reviews- 2 readers -
  • Wot I Think: Far Cry 4

    … of the situation. As in the previous game, your camera can be used to tag enemies on the map and confirm what type of threat they pose. I shuffle through the bushes, trying to cover every angle. I tag two snipers on different roofs, an armoured heavy carrying a flamethrower, a charger who’ll sprint towards your location while lobbing molotovs, two…

    Graham Smith/ Rock, Paper, Shotgun- 2 readers -
  • Never Alone Review – Against All Odds

    … is deeply respectful of its cultural origins while still being fun and accessible to the average gamer, is such a joy to behold. Never Alone, also known as Kisima Inŋitchuŋa, is a puzzle-platformer by Upper One Games that follows a little girl named Nuna and her arctic fox. Nuna and her companion are caught in an extreme blizzard and find…

    Joe Martin/ Awesome Gamesin Reviews- 3 readers -
  • Dungeons & Dragons Monster Manual (Book) Review

    … “A menagerie of deadly monsters for the world’s greatest role playing game” Whether you’re just beginning your foray into the Dungeons & Dragons universe, or you’re a Dungeon Master from way back looking to stay current with the latest edition of the game, the Monster Manual for D&D’s 5th edition has a lot to offer to monster…

    Brutal Gamerin Reviews- 1 readers -
  • Super Smash Bros. Wii U: The Kotaku Review

    … soured by the 3DS version, which was released in October. The 3DS version may be a good game, but, after 20 hours of play on the 3DS version, I managed to break my 3DS' circle pad. Smash Bros. can be an intense game! I wasn't alone in this, either. I kept playing for a little while, messed-up circle pad and all, because I was so addicted to Smash…

    Patricia Hernandez/ Kotakuin Reviews- 1 readers -
  • Alienware Alpha Review: Close, But No Game Console

    … 2.5 inches tall, 8 inches wide, and 8 inches deep. A box designed to act like a game console: it comes with an Xbox 360 wireless controller, a custom interface, and Steam's TV-friendly Big Picture Mode so you don't need a mouse and keyboard to find or play your games from 10+ feet away. For $549, a box that crams in a dual-core 2.9GHz Core i3…

    Kotakuin Reviews- 6 readers -


  • PN Review: Chat-A-Lot

    … performance is simply awful! That’s the bottom line. Back to the drawing board. Related posts: Tetris Party Deluxe DS features online voice chat UPDATE: Wii U GamePad will not be used for in-game chat Wii U Video Chat PN Review: 10-in-1: Arcade Collection …

    Trevor Gould/ Pure Nintendoin Reviews- 4 readers -
  • Wot I Think: A Bird Story

    …, wrestled with the ethics of the response, then embraced the joy of hope, it wove itself around you. A Bird Story does none of this – in fact, it does almost nothing at all. I’m not saying ABS had to be as good as TTM. Not at all. The comparison is made to explain how this game appears to want to short-cut to an emotive place, but without doing the work…

    John Walker/ Rock, Paper, Shotgun- 2 readers -
  • Pro Evolution Soccer 2015 Review

    … Pro Evolution Soccer 2015 Review In Pro Evo 2015 Konami has presented a game that reignites the rivalry between Pro Evo and FIFA, with this title's gameplay engine being enough to notch a tight victory for the Pro Evo franchise Before the last gen, that is when PS2 was the King of consoles, there was a debate as old as gaming itself…

    James Read/ n3rdabl3in Reviews- 4 readers -
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