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Review: Shantae: Half-Genie Hero

by Nazih Fareson June 17, 2017
For someone who played the old original game on the Game Boy Color, it’s always a pleasure to see the return of Shantae, the action and platform series from independent American publisher and developer WayForward Technologies. The freshness of the design and the simplicity of the gameplay kept on rolling with two more sequels in […]
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Review: Everspace

by Nazih Fareson June 15, 2017
Every heard of Everspace, the new game from the creators of Galaxy on Fire? It’s such an interesting concept with no real way of defining it into the gaming known genre. Is it an MMO or just a predefined adventure? Maybe a multiplayer space sim or even a bit of hint of arcade adventure… Everspace […]
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Review: Tekken 7

by Nazih Fareson June 9, 2017
In these modern days, 3D fighting games are a rare commodity. Born from 3D craze of the mid-1990s, with an urge for every single console in the market to enter this new dimension, the genre flourished… until it almost disappear entirely. Let’s face it, in the case of fighting games, a combat in a 3D environment can pose many […]

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Review: Star Trek: Bridge Crew

by Nazih Fareson May 30, 2017
After two decent experience with VR (Eagle Flight and Werewolves Within both reviewed back in January), Ubisoft is back at it with an adventure set in the Star Trek universe on PlayStation VR, Oculus Rift and HTC Vive. A simple concept to put you on the deck of the USS Aegis, with Star Trek: Bridge Crew […]
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Review: Portal Knights

by Nazih Fareson May 28, 2017
Over the course of the past few years, numerous titles emerged mixing action, crafting and RPG  in a randomized world, with a lots of Minecraft spaces. Some like Terraria had their own flair with a 2D side scrolling perspective, other like Portal Knights is part of this trend wanting to add a touch of adventure and […]
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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: 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: 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, […]