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  • Wot I Think: Ryse – Son Of Rome

    … running outside of a trailer. Here’s wot I think. Ryse does one thing and it does it just about well enough to make the six or seven hours of the campaign tolerable. That thing is combat, which is almost exactly like the biffing and kapowing in the Arkham games, except lead character Marius doesn’t just snap his opponent’s bones to put them out…

    3 readers - Adam Smith - Rock, Paper, Shotgun - Ryse: Son of Rome -
  • Ryse: Son of Rome Review (PC)

    …; textures are highly detailed and visual effects such as fire and reflections are fantastic. Vegetation is also awesome, as usual for a CryEngine game, but the single most impressive graphics element is easily identified in the incredibly realistic portrayal of materials such as metal (on armors and weapons), stone and marble (on buildings…

    9 readers - Alessio Palumbo - Worlds Factory - Ryse: Son of Rome -
  • Wot I Think: A Golden Wake

    … By John Walker on October 9th, 2014 at 1:00 pm. There’s something I wish I’d known as I began playing retro point and click adventure A Golden Wake. I wish I’d known that it was, in large parts, a true story. The reason I didn’t know this was because it began with a statement explaining that despite its historical setting, the characters…

    4 readers - John Walker - Rock, Paper, Shotgun - The Golden Wake -
  • The Best Black Widow Figure You Can Get

    …, they cost a pretty penny, and as much as I would like to have them all, I simply don't have the deep pockets to make that dream come true. It's been a while since I've reviewed any of the awesome Movie Masterpiece figures from…Read moreRead on As such, when I can, I only get the ones I really, really want. And since Captain America: The Winter Soldier…

    1 readers - Toshi Nakamura - Kotaku -


  • Wot I Think – Styx: Master Of Shadows

    …. This begins as a way of solving simple door-opening puzzles; your clone can crawl through grates you cannot, and hit switches on the otherside. As you finish missions and earn XP though, you can unlock new abilities. One allows your clone to grab enemies from behind, so you can switch back to Styx and sneak by undetected. Another lets you hide your…

    5 readers - Graham Smith - Rock, Paper, Shotgun - Styx: Master of Shadows -
  • Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor Review

    … outpost in Mordor, being slaughtered along with his wife and son by the Black Captains of Sauron. This sacrifice was a deliberate attempt to summon the spirit of Celebrimbor, the legendary Elf Prince who ruled Eregion and created the Rings of Power after being deceived by Sauron; however, Celebrimbor ultimately merges with Talion instead of the Black…

    1 readers - Alessio Palumbo - Worlds Factory - Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor -
  • Wasteland 2 Review – Land of Hope and Gory or A Waste of Time?

    …, the Fallout series or the RPG genre in general. inXile have created a dusty, gritty and darkly humourous adventure that demands attention and a definite second playthrough. It might not look as pretty as your this-gen graphical wonders but it delivers what matters most in a world of shiny, faceless games… Gameplay in spades. Oh, don’t forget to pick up the spade, you’ll need it. This review was based on a PC copy of Wasteland 2, supplied by inXile Entertainment. …

    6 readers - Paul Graham - n3rdabl3 - Wasteland 2 - Wasteland -
  • REVIEW / Natural Doctrine (PS4)

    …Tweet Pin It Those of you who have been patiently waiting for a decent strategy RPG to surface on the PS4, the wait is over. NIS America and Kadokawa Games brings Natural Doctrine, a hardcore strategy RPG, to the console for you to finally sink your sword in to the hilt. Combining a unique type of linking system to boost your attacks…

    1 readers - David Logan - That VideoGame Blog - Natural Doctrine -
  • [Review] Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS

    … Lucina). Rosalina fights alongside her Luma, which can be left in position to double up her attacks or spray star bits while keeping out of harm’s way. Xenoblade’s Shulk is also one of the more technical fighters; he can switch between different “Monado Arts”, which give him a tremendous amount of versatility but have a cooldown period that needs…

    2 readers - Nintendo Everything - Super Smash Bros. - Super Smash Bros. -
  • Minecraft PS4 and Xbox One Edition Review

    … framed against the darkness. They’re moving toward you. And suddenly you realise – you’re not alone. Welcome to Minecraft. A sandbox indie game originally created by Swedish programmer Markus “Notch” Persson and later developed and published by Mojang, Minecraft was originally released for PC in 2009 before coming to Xbox 360 and PS3 several years…

    2 readers - Joe Martin - Awesome Games - Minecraft -
  • The Sims 4 (PC) Review

    … normally waiting for every paycheck later down the line when building the ultimate home.. Once the goals have been chosen it’s then time to take on the mammoth task of character modification. Changing every physical aspect of the sim from their head shape, outfit, gender to the clothes on their back. Once you’ve got that perfect sim it’s time to move…

    2 readers - Ted Stokes - Brutal Gamer - The Sims 4 - The Sims -
  • 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…

    2 readers - That VideoGame Blog - Sentris -


  • 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…

    5 readers - John Walker - Rock, Paper, Shotgun -
  • 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 -

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