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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 […]
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Review: Nidhogg 2

by Mazen Abdallahon August 31, 2017
Sequels are tricky business, because developers have a dilemma: Do they evolve the concept and risk alienating fans of the original, or do they just add more content and risk being called unoriginal? Well, Nidhogg 2 has gone for both approaches, in an attempt to have their cake and eat it too. We should probably […]
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Review: Mega Man Legacy Collection 2

by Nazih Fareson August 23, 2017
After a first compilation released back in 2015, which featured the first six episodes of the Mega Man franchise all released on Nes, Capcom continue with Mega Man Legacy Collection 2, featuring the last main games of the blue robot. A journey back in time that might be too much aimed at fans of Mega […]

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Review: Theseus

by Mazen Abdallahon August 19, 2017
VR is still at that stage where we’re exploring its possibilities, and the big question is whether VR can branch out into something with its own substance. That’s easier said than done, considering developers have to think of a whole new way for players to interact with their games rather than simply retool existing concepts. […]
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Review: Fortnite

by Nazih Fareson August 7, 2017
Announced back late 2011, it took Epic Games and the People Can Fly team over five years to finally release Fortnite, which is probably their most ambitious project to date. Yet, before we start this review, you should all note that although the game is out now on most platforms, it is technically a paid […]
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Review: Sundered

by Mazen Abdallahon August 6, 2017
When indie games first began to caught on, a lot of them had tiny budgets and often held off on hiring an artist. This meant that we were flooded with titles that looked (and played) like they were straight off the NES. These days, however, indie games are investing plenty in their artwork, and the […]

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Review: Drifting Lands

by Mazen Abdallahon June 22, 2017
Drifting Lands bills itself as a mix between a classical shmup and action RPG. It definitely piqued my interest, as I was curious to see how they worked it out. After a surprisingly well-animated tutorial, the game’s intro tutorial tossed a lot of information my way and I dove right in. For the most part, […]
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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: The Surge

by Mazen Abdallahon May 31, 2017
Oh Dark Souls, we’ll miss you. With Dark Souls 3’s last DLC releasing a couple weeks back, From Software closed the book on its legendary RPG/Controller Breaking Machine. Don’t worry though, because a handful of other games are stepping up to fill the immense armored shoes left behind by the series. The most recent member […]

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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, […]