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9.6

Review: Rayman Legends: Definitive Edition

by Nazih Fareson September 21, 2017
Editor’s Note: Years after the game’s original release and our review on Xbox 360, this piece has been updated following the release of the game on Nintendo Switch, as well as the content updates that is available to all which reflects on the overall score, and final verdict.  Released in 2013 on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 […]
7.8

Review: Resident Evil: Revelations

by Nazih Fareson September 21, 2017
It was 2012 when Resident Evil: Revelations was released, a survival horror experience on the simplest device at that time (Nintendo 3DS), which weirdly enough delighted fans after the strange turn of direction taken by the franchise since Resident Evil 5. Acclaimed by the press, released between the amazing Resident Evil 4 and the fifth […]
9.0

Review: XCOM 2: War of the Chosen

by Nazih Fareson September 21, 2017
Ah XCOM. One of my favorite strategy game after the Civilization series, Firaxis’ hit turn-based title redefined a lot of the genre after the release of XCOM 2 (which we reviewed back in 2016). While most of us were left wanting more, even after the couple of small DLC releases including Anarchy’s Children, Alien Hunters […]

8.4

Review: The Escapist 2

by Mazen Abdallahon September 21, 2017
Indie games don’t usually have sequels, considering how much work the studio needs to do to get a title off the ground. When a small indie dev does put out a sequel then, it usually builds on the original and tries to set itself apart. Did The Escapists 2 manage to build on the concept […]
8.5

Review: Forma.8

by Nazih Fareson September 20, 2017
The definition of a Metroidvania which has long been stamped on forma.8 since its reveal is an accurate one. This genre characterized by a level design of interconnected maps of different sets which you will have to explore, playing on experimentation rather than a totally guided path, with parts of which are not accessible, closed […]
8.4

Review: LawBreakers

by Mazen Abdallahon September 20, 2017
Every game has to offer its own vision and way of doing things, and Lawbreakers gets its vision from quite the visionary, the outspoken and always entertaining Cliffy B. His studio Boss Key initially pitched Lawbreakers as free-to-play, but this FPS ended up going the traditional route. A very good thing. LawBreakers goes for a […]

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Review: Warriors All-Stars

by Nazih Fareson September 19, 2017
Games that bring numerous franchises together are not a new thing nowadays. The Smash Bros series groups all of Nintendo’s iconic figures and guests, Marvel and Capcom join forces in a fighting game, etc… And so Koei Tecmo jumped on the bandwagon in 2007 with the spin off Warriors Orochi 3 Ultimate, bringing all of […]
7.6

Review: Semispheres

by Nazih Fareson September 18, 2017
Available since early 2017 on both PC and PS4, Semispheres has already managed to conquer the heart of a lot of indie game conventions such as PAX West, respectively. A simple yet adorable game, Vivid Helix proves that you don’t need to be an enormous developer to create a great relaxing puzzle title. Before getting […]
7.6

Review: Rock of Ages II: Bigger & Boulder

by Nazih Fareson September 18, 2017
ACE Team, the small Chilean studio has been quite productive over the past few years, and after delivering Zeno Clash and The Deadly Tower of Monsters recently, they are back with a sequel to their first true success: Rock of Ages 2: Bigger and Boulder. Playing as a stone ball that rolls against its enemy […]

8.4

Review: Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice

by Mazen Abdallahon September 6, 2017
Hellblade is a game that seems like it’s not much on the surface, but it has quite a bit going on. It’s a story that tackles heavy themes like loss, fear, and doubt, and it has a surprisingly faithful and well-researched take on mental illness. The game certainly tries to do a lot, but does […]
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