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  • Destiny: Review Roundup and Why they aren’t wrong

    …DISCLAIMER: This article is the opinion of the author, and no one else. I’ve played though the game, and have a level 21 Titan. I enjoy Destiny overall, but, I feel it has many more flaws than it should. This is not a review of Destiny, rather my opinion on why the lower review scores are justified, and what I thought of the game…

    13 readers - The Gamer Headlines - Destiny -
  • Shovel Knight Review

    …Ilaunched into Shovel Knight with some pretty hefty expectations given the buzz about it being one of the standout indie titles of 2014. Catchy chiptunes, uber-hard platform mechanics, old school rescue-the-princess storyline re-imagined with shovels instead of swords. The whole presentation of this game is a monument to the NES days of pixel…

    3 readers - Awesome Games - Shovel Knight -
  • 1001 Reviews: Alter Ego

    … Rating-Up: LEVEL-UP (24 out of 60) REVIEW-UP: Alter Ego was envisioned and created by psychologist Peter J Favaro and published by Activision in 1986. In an interview with Gnome’s Lair in 2007, he revealed that the life experiences within the game were ‘built on a foundation of hundreds of interviews I conducted with people about their most memorable…

    2 readers - 1001-Up -
  • Hack ‘N’ Slash: Wot I Think

    … for too long. Soon after you’re used to the hacking sword, it changes things up with a magic hat that lets you see the ‘Matrix’. Guard idle routines become something you can manipulate, and then time itself. And throughout, it’s being smart about itself, too. Infinite woods are a trope going back as far as gaming itself – impossibly looping labyrinths…

    7 readers - Rock, Paper, Shotgun - Hack 'n' Slash -


  • The Golf Club – Review (PS4, Xbone, PC)

    … to the clubhouse and spend the money on a few beers and a taxi. The post The Golf Club – Review (PS4, Xbone, PC) appeared first on Mature Gaming. Related posts: Worms Crazy Golf – Review (PSN, Steam) Icon Games release Golf Mania on Playstation formats Tiger Woods PGA Tour 12: The Masters – Review (360, PS3)…

    6 readers - Mature Gaming - The Golf Club -
  • The Sims 4: The Kotaku Review

    … screens into the game. Those are never a good thing in my book. As for the overall lack of...stuff in The Sims 4? This is the hardest concern for me to tackle, because I have no idea how to assess the "completeness" of an experience—be it mine or anyone else's. I can't review The Sims 4 for every single Sims player any more than I can play the game…

    2 readers - Kotaku - The Sims 4 - The Sims -
  • REVIEW / TxK (VITA)

    … (T2K), Llamasoft, brings to PS Plus the senses-shattering shooter TxK. This time out, the game builds on T2K by extending its length, enhancing the visuals and the audio and making great use of the superior horsepower of the VITA. TxK offers players new terrains, new bonus rounds, new enemies and new weapons. All this is combined to blow your mind…

    2 readers - That VideoGame Blog -
  • Wot I Think: The Sims 4

    …By Richard Cobbett on September 10th, 2014 at 5:00 pm. Hurible badda flabber? Wibble durble booby. Fasherk! Yes, you don’t need to speak Simlish to know The Sims 4 is now out and ready to let you spend your precious life ensuring little computer people have far sexier and more successful ones. Only now you can’t drown them in your pool. Does…

    4 readers - Rock, Paper, Shotgun - The Sims 4 - The Sims -
  • RETRO REVIEW / To The Moon (PC)

    …To the Moon is a hidden gem offered on Steam. I was pointed to it from a friend who simply said, “You should play this game, it will make you cry.” I was hesitant at first, as no other game has really come close to making me feel any outward emotions (you know, being all manly and all). Still, I went into it with an open mind. The first thing…

    2 readers - That VideoGame Blog -
  • REVIEW / Hatoful Boyfriend (PC)

    …Ladies, gentlemen, and birds of the audience, I tried to take the remake of Hato Moa’s infamous visual novel, Hatoful Boyfriend, as seriously as I could, I really did. But this game is weird and a little disturbing. You play as a HUMAN girl attending an ALL BIRD school. It sounds like the description of a bad anime. To make matters worse, the goal…

    8 readers - That VideoGame Blog - Hatoful Boyfriend -
  • Tales of Xillia 2 (PS3) - Review

    … to the original. I enjoyed the main storyline and its moral quandaries, and the battle system is as fun as ever, but a lackluster progression system and lower overall value proposition makes it only really worth recommending to avid fans of its predecessor. This review is based on a retail copy of Tales of Xillia 2 for the PS3…

    2 readers - gamrReview - Tales of Xillia 2 -


  • Metro Redux Review

    … 2033 review. Artyom realises that his real enemy is mankind, not the Dark Ones. In Metro: Last Light, developer 4A Games’ sequel which released last year, Artyom takes a similar journey of survival and discovery, albeit with a greater focus on battling the dark side of humanity. As history has taught us, in-fighting occurs between the remaining…

    1 readers - Awesome Games - Metro Redux -
  • Tamagotchi 2014 Review: My Pocket Friend Left Me Before I Could Kill Him

    …Remember Tamagotchis? Of course you do. They taught you about responsibility. They taught you about friendship. But most importantly, they taught you that friends don't leave friends in rooms filled with their own feces. Now, it's time to reopen those old, grief-stricken wounds. The Tamagotchi is back—and it is still hungry. What Is It? Tamagotchi…

    1 readers - Kotaku - Tamagotchi -

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