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  • Wasteland 2 (PC) - Review

    …, Fallout, Wasteland 2 takes place in the aftermath of a nuclear apocalypse, with the remnants of humanity trying to band together to survive. In true genre fashion, bandits, mutants, radioactive spiders, and more make this a difficult endeavor. To protect what remains of civilization, you play as the Desert Rangers, peacekeepers who roam the American…

    5 readers - Jake Weston - gamrReview - Wasteland 2 - Wasteland -
  • Hot Toys T-800: The Kotaku Review

    Having done Terminator 2 a while back, Hot Toys have turned their exposed, blood-covered robot eyes towards James Cameron's original sci-fi classic. What they've come up with will not stop until your wallet is dead. WHAT YOU GET IN THE BOX The figure, an extra head, some hands, a pair of sunglasses, a base and four weapons.

    2 readers - Luke Plunkett - Kotaku -
  • REVIEW / Slender: The Arrival (PS3)

    …. Unfortunately you will find this more or less annoying, as the pages are difficult enough to find without the threat of having to search for them all over again. Prepare to restart if you find yourself this close. As for the graphics, Blue Isle Studios went with a pretty standard approach. this isn’t a game that is going to show up gloriously in 1080p…

    4 readers - That VideoGame Blog - Slender: The Arrival - Slender -
  • REVIEW / Albedo: Eyes From Outer Space (PC)

    … ever escape from the basement? Will you ever be reunited with your pizza? All those questions and more will answered as you play: ALBEDO: EYES FROM OUTER SPACE! This game rules. If you want to feel like the hero of a 1960’s sci-fi film, here’s your chance. Albedo: Eyes From Outer Space has it all. Aliens, guns, explosions, UFOs, challenging…

    5 readers - That VideoGame Blog - Albedo: Eyes from Outer Space -

  • Abyss Odyssey (PC) Review

    … Abyss Odyssey (PC) Review A story where dreams become reality. Literally. Abyss Odyssey is a side-scrolling Rogue-like game with elements from fighting games such as Street Fighter and Super Smash Brothers. The game has players traversing Santiago, Chile, a city whose landscape is plagued with entrances to an abyss that’s filled with monsters…

    3 readers - Brutal Gamer - Abyss Odyssey -
  • Fairy Fencer F Review – Waking a Goddess or Releasing a Demon

    … Fairy Fencer F Fairy Fencer F may not be perfect but if an in-depth battle system and customisation is your bag, this may well be worth a shot. I will first of all say, that I’m not a huge fan of the current trend of JRPGs, instead either falling back on the older brands such as Final Fantasy or the Mana series, otherwise known as Seiken…

    3 readers - Paul Graham - n3rdabl3 - Fairy Fencer F -
  • Wot I Think: Gabriel Knight 20th Anniversary

    … 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…

    10 readers - Rock, Paper, Shotgun - Gabriel Knight -
  • REVIEW / Revolution 60 (iOS)

    … Tweet Pin It So you wanna start a revolution? Summary While not quite on par with The Walking Dead and The Wolf Among Us, Revolution 60 is an episodic adventure game worthy of a playthrough. 6/10 I like Boston; it was of the first places I visited when I studied in the wonderful US of A. Of all the huge metropolises the states have…

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  • Runers (PC) Review

    … Runers (PC) Review A modern take on the classic Dungeon Crawler, reminiscent of a Roguelike, but with just the right amount of difficulty and replayability– This is Runers. Runers is a top-down perspective dungeon crawler whose only goal is to beat down your character as you try to survive the randomly generated dungeons, as they spawn…

    1 readers - Brutal Gamer - Runers -
  • The Fatal Frame Movie is an Atmospheric Masterpiece

    …, this is most certainly a film to watch. Gekijoban Zero was released in Japanese theaters on September 27, 2014. There is currently no word on an international release. Kotaku East is your slice of Asian internet culture, bringing you the latest talking points from Japan, Korea, China and beyond. Tune in every morning from 4am to 8am. To contact the author of this post, write to or find him on Twitter @BiggestinJapan. …

    2 readers - Richard Eisenbeis - Kotaku - Fatal Frame -
  • First Impressions of New Nintendo 3DS

    … The day the New Nintendo 3DS launched, Japanese gamers ran out to purchase the new console. Now that the console has been out for a few days, let's hear some thoughts and impressions from the owners of the new portable. Thoughts on the new C-stick “The C-stick is actually pretty good!” “It’s much better than I’d imagined.” “I thought the C…

    1 readers - Tyler James Thompson - Wii U Plaza -

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