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Review: Geneshift

by Mazen Abdallahon May 26, 2017
Top-down shooting is always a fun way to spend an afternoon, and so I was happy to see Geneshift, a single- and multi-player top-down twin-stick shooter from new indie developers, Nik Nak Studios. Geneshift spices up the action by putting you in the shoes of a cybernetic mutant combat monster with quite a bit of […]
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Review: TumbleSeed

by Mazen Abdallahon May 25, 2017
I struggle to define TumbleSeed. I guess I could call it a platformer, but it’s more about balancing than jumping. The basic idea is pretty straightforward; you balance a ball (seed) on top of a screen-wide platform(Vine). What you might be confused about is how it actually works, which I was before playing it. Basically, […]
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Review: Injustice 2

by Nazih Fareson May 24, 2017
Back in 2013, American studio NetherRealm surprised the video game multiverse with Injustice: Gods Among Us (or as I reviewed it in the Middle East as Injustice: Mighty Among Us), combining explosive combat and an epic scenario with talent from the Justice League comic book universe. Now 4 years later, right after the success of their […]

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Review: NBA Playground

by Nazih Fareson May 18, 2017
Whether you grew up in the golden age of NBA Jam or have tamed the NBA Street grounds, there’s bound to be an arcade basketball game dear to your heart, that “Boomshakalaka!” or crazy inhuman dunks that remind you of that era. It is this niche type of basketball game that Saber Interactive and Mad […]
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Review: Prey

by Nazih Fareson May 18, 2017
Since the days of Arx Fatalis, French-based Arkane Studios has come a long way, establishing itself as a talented developer, working on projects like Bioshock, Dark Messiah of Might and Magic and even Call of Duty: World at War’s multiplayer, but eventually rose to fame with critically acclaimed Dishonored series. Only a couple of months after the […]
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Review: Expeditions: Vikings

by Mazen Abdallahon May 15, 2017
Most people have a lot of misconceptions about history and historical facts, and it seems like they’re likeliest to mix up the details on the ancient Vikings. Tons of films and games have tackled the subject, but a lot of them go for a more Hollywood version of the story. That’s why I was excited […]

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Review: Dragon Quest Heroes II

by Muhammed Al Bukharyon May 13, 2017
Dragon Quest over the course of its 30 years’ strong life have reserved a special spot among the most revered, the most critically acclaimed JRPG franchises of all time. However; it had occasionally difficult times trying to find acceptance and inclusiveness in the western market, despite the quality of each iteration of the mainline games, […]
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Review: The Caligula Effect

by Nazih Fareson May 11, 2017
After the failure of the yet innovative Lost Dimension, Furyu tries once again with a new PlayStation Vita project with original RPG mechanics focused on tactics. Now under Atlus and localize for the West, the game is now called The Caligula Effect and finally out since early May on PlayStation Vita. The Caligula Effect is a weird game (not […]
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Review: Renowned Explorers: More to Explore!

by Mazen Abdallahon May 11, 2017
To begin with, Renowned Explorers is actually the base game and ‘More to Explore’ is their new expansion pack. We’ve never done a Renowned Explorers review, and the expansion pack lacks context without the game, so here goes. After playing a few hours of Renowned Explorers, I realized something. This isn’t a videogame at all. […]

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Review: Outlast 2

by Nazih Fareson May 7, 2017
Developed by Canadian studios Red Barrels, the first Outlast was an instant hit with gamers, bringing back good ol’ horror and suspense vibe that most others were failing at, without the need of fancy graphics or even technical power, just pure play on your emotions and fears. Three years later, after a decent expansion called Whistleblower, […]
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