• Review: Far Cry 4 is one of the year's best games

      This is a series that never ceases to make us feel spoiled. Across the course of the first three games we've already been served a South Pacific island, a Central African state and a Southeast Asian tropical paradise within which to roam, hunt and go wild. Not to mention the neon-infused, 80s action flick inspired cyberpunk spinoff, Blood Dragon, so exaggerated that it makes ...

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    • Wot I Think: Dragon Age – Inquisition

      By Adam Smith on November 17th, 2014 at 2:00 pm. Dragon Age: Inquisition might just be my favourite game released this year. Considering my expectations and relationship with recent BioWare games, that’s about as likely as Saturday night’s soggy kebab being my favourite meal of the year. I’ve spent almost sixty hours uncovering as much of Inquisition’s enormous open world an ...

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  • Jagged Alliance Flashback Review

    … Jagged Alliance is a strange series. Long ignored by the industry but never forgot by the fans, the franchise has had a mixed re-entry into the gaming sphere. In early 2012 Jagged Alliance: Back in Action was released and met with a mixed reception, to be generous, best described as the perfect example of a game hindered by its title. Later…

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  • PES 2015 Review – Return of the King

    … Editor’s note: Awesome Games’ review of PES 2015 has been significantly delayed as the game’s online servers were only activated after the game was released at retail (November 13th). Although we were presented with an online embargo of November 11th, we didn’t want to shortchange our readers by skipping over the online portion of the game…

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  • Gargantia On The Verdurous Planet The Complete Series Review

    … In the far distant future, mankind has reached the stars and become a galactic alliance sworn to kill a race of space creatures known as the Hideauze. However, after an accident during an operation fighting the Hideauze, the series protagonist, Ledo, is stranded on a strange alien planet, covered in endless water, and inhabited by humans living…

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  • Picross e5 Review

    …Below is a portion of a Nintendo Life Review... There's really not much to say about Picross at this point — Picross e5 does absolutely nothing different from the previous game and can basically be seen as a new pack of puzzles. Naturally, this isn't a bad thing whatsoever, as more Picross is always welcome. If you enjoyed any previous Picross…

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  • ‘Dragon Age: Inquisition’ Review

    … is enough to drive the point home. After dozens of hours of Inquisition under our belt, it’s safe to say that players won’t need to explore every corner of the game to make the experience worthwhile – they’ll simply want to. Dragon Age: Inquisition is available now for PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One. Follow Andrew on Twitter @andrew_dyce. Our Rating: 4.5 out of 5 …

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  • PN Review: Snake Den

    Trevor Gould On November 25, 2014 Review Overview Snake Den has an update(s) in the works, hopefully due to arrive sooner rather than later. There’s potential evident, but this game's not there yet. Use cunning, quick reflexes, and sheer luck to grow a tail to brag about.

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  • Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel Mac Review

    … Note from Ric: This Review comes from Justin Goff. You can find him on Twitter or at The Mac Gaming Blog. As the third full installment of the series, Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel faces a lot more challenges than Borderlands 2 did when it first came out. How do you bring more of the same without tiring it out? How do you make this feel less like…

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  • Falling Skies: The Game - review

    …A portion of a 4cr review... If you’re a fan of turn-based strategy games, and if you’re a fan of the Falling Skies TV show, then Falling Skies: The Game is a release you must get. The tight gameplay and storyline that takes place between the third and second season of the TV show will help players to keep going, even if the graphics could have…

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  • Wot I Think: Far Cry 4

    … turns formula: there’s an exotic setting; an extravagant and verbose villain; crafting by way of animal hunting; a mixture of linear campaign and dynamic missions. This sequel could be considered a lavishly made standalone expansion pack and, if you enjoyed the previous game as I did, its slavish devotion to existing structures is no bad thing. Angle…

    Graham Smith/ Rock, Paper, Shotgun- 2 readers -
  • Review: Streets of Rage 2

    … advanced attacks difficult, nearly ruin the experience * For a good explanation of how Yuzo Koshiro used the FM and PSG capabilities of the SEGA Genesis, check out a special Streets of Rage episode of the Retro Junkies’ Supershow podcast here. …

    The Requiem/ SEGA Nerdsin Reviews- 1 readers -
  • Never Alone Review – Against All Odds

    … Gaming doesn’t have the best reputation when it comes to representing cultures or their beliefs. Stereotypes and wild inaccuracies are all too frequent – Resident Evil 5’s African village level is a particularly controversial example – which just leads to more problems than it’s worth. It’s for that reason that a game such as Never Alone, which…

    Joe Martin/ Awesome Gamesin Reviews- 3 readers -
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