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  • Discussion Review: The Banner Saga

    Published at VGBlogger.com - 36 readers

    Review written by Matt Litten & Stephen Byers. Stephen: Powered by Kickstarter, The Banner Saga is a new role playing game with gorgeous hand drawn animations and an interesting take on tactical combat. What is not made clear and needs to be said at the outset is tha...

  • Child of Light Review

    Published at Nintendo Enthusiast - 25 readers

    Why do we love games? It is a simple question and there is no single answer. Perhaps we love them because of the beauty of seeing stunning landscapes and the intensity of a challenge barely overcome. Perhaps it is because of the joy of hearing a gorgeous piece of music and ...

  • Wot I Think: The Walking Dead Season 2 Ep 3

    Rock, Paper, Shotgun - - 13 readers - Season two of the The Walking Dead has started strong, taking on the task of switching to a new player character confidently. Clementine is a complex character, capable of carrying the narrative while also reacting to the p...

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  • Full Bore (PC) Review

    … To all of the people who ever wanted to play as a bore and mine for gems in a seemingly endless and confusing mine, congratulations, as game developer Whole Hog Games has created a game specifically for all five of you. I’d love to do a joke review for this, as I honestly have very little to say about it, but seeing as this is a written review…

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  • Sniper Elite 3 review (PS4)

    … Crunchy; that’s probably the best word for Sniper Elite III. There’s a crude satisfaction to the sound of spinal cords being split in half by a 54mm round fired from a high-powered Lee-Enfield sniper rifle, and it’s one that fans of the previous Sniper Elite on PS3 will know all too well. It seems every part of the human anatomy – when struck…

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  • Review: Rai #3 by Matt Kindt and Clayton Crain

    … Rai #3 Published by Valiant Entertainment Written by Matt Kindt Art by Clayton Crain The Plot We begin where we left off with the Raddies believing that they killed Rai.  However, one of them goes into some of the history of Rai, which explains why his death isn’t very likely.  Rai emerges and quickly deals with them.  Afterwards, he…

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  • Review: Grayson #1 by Tim Seeley, Tom King, and Mikel Janin

    … Grayson #1 Written by Tim Seeley and Tom King Art by Mikel Janin and Jeromy Cox   The short of it: Once he was an acrobat, and then he was Robin, after that he was Nightwing, but now he’s just Dick Grayson…and he’s a spy. Agent 37 of Spyral. Currently on mission up in Russia where he’s boarding a train the hard way (i.e. while it’s…

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  • Wanna place a Gamble at these Casinos?

    … Believe it or not, Grand Theft Auto Online and Dragon Quest X will feature an exclusive area dedicated only for a large casino, which will feature many traditional gambling games: poker, roulette, slots, etc. Because internet users can access these fun machines around the world, this international location will attract numerous visitors who can…

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  • ‘The Wolf Among Us: Episode 5′ Review

    … There are few video game developers more experienced with the tantalizing addiction of episodic video games than Telltale Games, but the ongoing saga known as The Wolf Among Us has finally come to a close. Where the previous four episodes were tasked with building mystery and anticipation, Episode 4, titled ‘Cry Wolf,’ was responsible…

    1 readers - Game Rant - The Wolf Among Us -
  • ZaciSa's Last Stand - review

    …A portion of a 4cr review... ZaciSa’s Last Stand is a simple tower defense game that offers hectic action at a low price on the WiiU. Fans of the genre will feel right at home as soon as they start, and newcomers will be happy to know they can select an easy mode to slowly but surely increase their skills. The simple presentation keeps you…

    1 readers - GoNintendo -
  • City Mysteries - review

    …A portion of a 4cr review... There is definitely more that could have been hooked onto the world cities theme, however, least of which is a greater selection of scenes and a sense of history or significance to it all. In that sense, City Mysteries just gives the nickel tour. Full review here…

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  • OnePlus One Mid-range price tag on a high-end smartphone.

    … Mid-range price tag and high-end specs, could this bargain device takeover the world of smartphones? Initial thoughts on the OnePlus One device… Things to love: Great price, Fast Processor, Sharp Screen Things to hate: Hard to Get, No Memory Card Slot The OnePlus One is a phone which has the features and technology worthy of a price…

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  • Bombing Bastards - review

    …A portion of a Nintendo Life review... Bombing Bastards doesn't stand up to the high standards set by some recent Wii U eShop releases, but it's a competent if unremarkable action puzzler. Serving a niche that hasn't been served in several years, it has its place in some Wii U owners' libraries, but for everyone else there are more satisfying…

    4 readers - GoNintendo - Bombing Bastards -

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