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Review: Air Guitar Warrior: Gamepad Edition

by Nazih Fareson July 20, 2017
As a musician, there’s nothing more fun than pretending (or actually playing) a bunch of guitar riffs and crisp solos. A tribute to the “phenomenon” of pretending to be a guitar shredder, Air Guitar Warrior is one fun title, which was already available as a Kinect game to start, and now released again for those […]
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Review: Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls

by Nazih Fareson July 19, 2017
Following the ports of the first 2 Episodes, Danganronpa: Another Episode (originally released on PlayStation Vita back in 2015) is a different kind, a spin-off that removes all the weird investigations and trials part from the franchise, to indulge in the pleasure of the shooting mechanics in all its simplicity. The story is almost a […]
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Review: Demon’s Crystals

by Mazen Abdallahon July 14, 2017
In my recent review of Nex Machina, I talked about how difficult it is to make a good twin-stick shooter, considering how simple the genre is. I pointed out that the key is to come up with some manner of unique selling point that elevates the game beyond simple running and gunning. This week we […]

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Review: Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood

by Nazih Fareson July 13, 2017
As someone who works in the gaming industry as a full time job, launching a MMORPG is a rather time-consuming activity for both the publisher and developers, but mostly for the players. Considering such games requires hundreds of hours of gaming to get to the epitome of experience, I can’t keep up with all the […]
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Review: Get Even

by Nazih Fareson July 8, 2017
Pushed back at the last moment after the terrible incident that happened in Manchester, Farm 51’s Get Even finally lands for consoles and PC, giving us a one-of-a-kind experience, with a merge between a horror and suspense first person shooter with a elements from other walking-simulators like Dear Ester. Get Even tells the story of […]
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Review: Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy

by Nazih Fareson July 8, 2017
After WipEout and Parappa The Rapper, as we wait for the remake of Final Fantasy VII, the Japanese giant continues with its nostalgic re-release of iconic PlayStation releases thanks to Activision this time, with a Crash Bandicoot compilation of all first three episodes called Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy. This trilogy includes the original 1996 […]

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Review: Nex Machina

by Mazen Abdallahon July 6, 2017
Lots of game developers gain a reputation for being good at one particular thing. The folks at Telltale have gained renown for their storytelling abilities, Tripwire is the go-to for shooting, etc. But when it comes to energetic, colorful, top-down shooters, Housemarque is probably the top dog. Housemarque’s ability to consistently deliver amazing top-down shooters […]
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Review: The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind

by Nazih Fareson July 5, 2017
Even-though it seemed to be the ideal next-generation MMO, The Elder Scrolls Online had a bumpy launch year. Failing to convince both MMORPG as well as Elder Scrolls fans, the title was criticized to be too much of a lone-wolf game, with a lore and world smaller in scale compared to The Elder Scrolls V: […]
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Review: Dead by Daylight

by Luciano Rahalon July 4, 2017
Being born in the 80’s, I witnessed the horror genre explode with the creation of many iconic characters like Jason, Freddy Krueger and many more, who’s performances in their movies ended up laying down a groundwork that is still being used in Hollywood in most films of this genre. Nowadays, video games are really tapping […]

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Review: Kholat

by Nazih Fareson July 3, 2017
Want to immerse yourself in a glacial and mysterious survival game in the heart of the Urals? Well you better be ready for Kholat, a simple, beautiful, immersive, but frustrating adventure and repetitive game. Based on the 1959 Dyatlov Pass incident, it tells the story of 9 hikers that were found dead in the Kholat […]
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