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  • The Last of Us Remastered Review – Somethin’ to Fight For (PS4)

    Published at PlayStation LifeStyle - 15 readers

    For those that haven’t played The Last of Us, it is a huge, important game. The story steals you and spins your emotions around two characters, grizzled Joel and tween Ellie, who are forced to survive together on an important journey in a post-apocalyptic world. The graphics were impressive in the original, and only get prettier in the remaster.

  • Wot I Think: Quarries of Scred

    Rock, Paper, Shotgun - - 11 readers - Back in 2009, Kieron Gillen foretold that someone, somewhere would punch Terry Cavanagh in the face for the notorious yet optional VVVVVV challenge of Veni Vidi Vici ...
  • Do Not Play ‘Sharknado: The Video Game’

    Game Rant - - 11 readers - Sharknado: The Video Game is not a good game. In fact, it’s barely a game. It’s the type of experience one brings up when talking about horrible movie tie-ins or mobile titles created solely to cash in on bigger properties. But in the case of Sharknado, even the movie isn’t very good, which makes the whole idea of making a game around it all the more confusing.

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  • Blu-ray Review: A Haunted House 2

    …The one downside with horror films that do well is that there’s a desire for sequels fairly quickly. So it goes with horror film spoofs, as well. Scary Movie was exceptionally brilliant; the sequels that followed were fairly derivative and more pop culture spoofs than true horror film spoofs. A Haunted House was a fairly interesting spoof…

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  • Review: Akiba’s Trip: Undead and Undressed – Both Alive and Dead

    …It’s very hard to describe a game like Akiba’s Trip: Undead and Undressed. The nearest comparison I can give is that it is similar to Sega’s Yakuza series. Instead of Shinjuku, you will explore the Otaku mecca: Akihabara or Akiba. The trip however is not without [...] The post Review: Akiba’s Trip: Undead and Undressed – Both Alive and Dead…

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  • DVD Review: Frankie & Alice

    …In 2010, there was a plethora of riches when it came to talent in the Best Actress category. One of the names that was tossed about as being award worthy was Halle Berry for Frankie & Alice. While it didn’t pick up any significant hardware because it wasn’t all that good of a film, it’s noteworthy for being a brilliant performance from Berry…

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  • Blu-ray Review: Viva Las Vegas (50th Anniversary)

    …I’m a huge Elvis fan. Huge. I have an Elvis tattoo. That said, I’ve always been more fond of his music than his movies. His movies are fun and entertaining, but rarely what one might actually call “good”. The man cranked out 31 movies in 13 years, which has got to be some kind of record. Of those, Viva Las Vegas was the biggest film of his career…

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  • Assassin’s Creed Memories: Worth Reliving or Totally De-synchronized?

    …Just yesterday, Ubisoft released the newest installment to the Assassin’s Creed franchise. Before you get too excited, however, I should also say that it is a mobile game. Assassin’s Creed Memories is a virtual card game for iOS that uses the AC universe as a basis for its aesthetic and gameplay. However, even if you own an iPhone or an iPad…

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  • Wot I Think: Metro Redux

    …The beautifully bleak first-person shooters Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light have both been retooled and are being resold: a bit weird since the latter only came out last year. Is Metro Redux worth the dough if you already own the original games? How about if you don’t? How about if, like me, you own one but not the other? Well, here’s whut ah…

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  • Retro review: Toys

    …[Editor's note: Many of us at SEGA Nerds are huge fans of Robin Williams, and we were all terribly upset when we learned of his unfortunate passing. We've decided to honor him the only way we know how - to review the SEGA video games based on movies he starred in. By our count, there are only three: Hook CD, Aladdin and Toys.] OK, let’s begin…

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  • Retro Review: Marvel Comics’ (The Mighty) Avengers #240-254

    …Editor’s Note: Marvel Comics’ Avengers volume 1 was renamed The Mighty Avengers with issue #241. It dropped “Mighty” shortly thereafter with The Avengers #256. Avengers #240-254 (February 1984 – April 1985) Written by Roger Stern with Ann Nocenti (#240-241) Pencils by Al Milgrom (#240-250), Brett Breeding (#242), Carmine Infantino (#244), and Bob…

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  • Mega Man Battle Chip Challenge - review

    …This is part of NLife review for Mega Man Battle Chip Challenge... Newcomers will be overwhelmed by just how different this title is from what we’ve come to expect from Mega Man, and it’s a variation of the spin-off Battle Network series to boot. Though there’s a lot to take in at first, there’s actually very little for players to do once things…

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  • Hohokum Review

    …Hohokum is an oddball of a game. It’s a beautifully designed, often mesmerising to look at, but it continually left me bemused and frustrated. In Hohokum, you play as a willowy snake-like creature known as the Long Mover. You’re goal is to guide your slimline seeker through a variety of imaginative worlds, interacting with the environment…

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  • Bakemonogatari Review

    …This has been on my to watch list for quite awhile but I never got around to it. Now I’m obligated to watch it through work I really wish I had gotten on to this sooner. Bakemonogatari is the first of the Monogatari series, released a few years ago in 2009, although chronologically taking place after the more recently released Nekomonogatari…

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  • P.T. (PS4) Review

    …So here goes….Let’s review the scariest demo I’ve ever played, or anyone I know has played, and quite possibly, ever made. (Spoiler Alert!!!) From the great Hideo Kojima, king of Silent Hill, and the incredible film director Guillermo Del Toro, comes this haunting and terrifying demo for the latest (and upcoming) Silent Hill game. This short…

    1 readers - Brutal Gamer -

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