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Review: Little Nightmares

by Nazih Fareson April 27, 2017
If you’ve played numerous Sony Interactive Entertainment Worldwide Studios’ games like Little Big Planet, then Tarsier Studios is a name you probably heard. Now after numerous games and DLCs for SIE, this small Swedish independent studio finally release their own in-house project thanks to Bandai Namco: Little Nightmares. A cute puzzle platformer that its mysterious mood […]
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Review: Puyo Puyo Tetris

by Nazih Fareson April 26, 2017
https://youtube.https.co/watch?v=7zes476D3lA When SEGA announced Puyo Puyo Tetris, a cross-over of two iconic puzzle game licenses, I didn’t really think much of it. Did the Japanese publisher do well to associate its in-house puzzle game with the iconic creation of Aleksei Pajitnov? Or does it clash too much to a point it doesn’t make any sense? […]

Review: LucidSound LS30 Universal Wireless Gaming Headset

by Nazih Fareson April 26, 2017
Nowadays, gaming headsets are like everywhere, and even the big boys of audiophile equipment like Sennheiser are making their own kit enhanced for players. While most of them fit all the needs that you would expect, it’s up to brands to focus on something new and different, their selling points, and in the case of […]

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Review: Yooka-Laylee

by Nazih Fareson April 21, 2017
Since the launch of their kickstarter campaign back in 2015, Playtonic bet hard on resurrecting the golden days of 3D platformer on the Nintendo 64 with Yooka-Laylee. Led by a team of former Rare studio developers, Playtonic’s current team worked on titles like Donkey Kong Country and of course Banjo-Kazooie, which Yooka-Laylee is considered its spiritual successor […]
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Review: Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5 ReMIX

by Nazih Fareson April 21, 2017
Here it is finally: the fourth and final compilation of the Kingdom Hearts franchise between the third opus of its name releases! Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue (reviewed by Luciano Rahal in February) that shone more by its exclusive content than by the remaster of its 3DS game, Dream Drop Distance, Square Enix launches the […]
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Review: Persona 5

by Nazih Fareson March 29, 2017
When you think of Atlus, the first thing that pops most gamers is the Megami Tensei, Power Instinct or Persona. The latter is one of those Japanese niche sagas adored by its fans and completely unknown to the rest of the world until Persona 4 and soon enough its portable version on PS Vita Persona […]

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Review: Mass Effect Andromeda

by Nazih Fareson March 26, 2017
Five years after the final controversial Mass Effect 3 episode, Bioware’s Sci-Fi RPG is aiming for a comeback and its first launch on the latest console generation. A brand new galaxy to visit, with revamped mechanics and new narrative system, the franchise gets a new look with Mass Effect Andromeda and tries to do what most “reboots” do […]
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Review: LEGO Worlds

by Nazih Fareson March 21, 2017
In the world of construction games, the LEGO brand is probably the most iconic one of them all. Over the years, it has steadily established its dominance by linking its brand with strong licenses capable of reaching all generations, from Star Wars to The Simpsons and even their own creation. Ever since the Minecraft phenomenon developed, […]
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Review: 2Dark

by Nazih Fareson March 17, 2017
Survival and horror are two terms associated to Frédérick Raynal back in his days at Infogrames, for a game known for its major influence of the video game genre: Alone in the Dark. Returning to business on his own with a small team and studio call Gloomywood, they give us an independent survival-horror game called 2Dark, which […]

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Review: NieR: Automata

by Nazih Fareson March 11, 2017
NieR Automata is the kind of videogame project that a dream team salvaged from a pending doom. Determined to offer the series a sequel exceeding all the expectations of its fans, the experience is coupled with a solid gameplay capable of attracting the attention of newcomers and people who never even heard of NieR or […]