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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, […]
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Review: Holobunnies: Pause Café

by Mazen Abdallahon April 21, 2017
Holobunnies: Pause Café is kind of a strange concept. It’s more or less a preview of a full game coming out in early 2018, and it’s basically a collection of 3 minigames. I guess Holobunnies: Pause Café has been in development for so long that the studio wants to give fans something to tide them […]
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Review: Rain World

by Mazen Abdallahon March 27, 2017
As far as settings go, the post-apocalyptic world is a really popular one for games. Besides the aesthetic of decay and the chance to avoid having to use so many colors in their design, I imagine game developers like post-apocalyptic settings because they give them a chance to pit the player against a cruel, dangerous […]

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Review: DESYNC

by Mazen Abdallahon March 22, 2017
Desync is a single-player arcade shooter set in a neon-soaked Tron-esque world. In this strange polygonal world, you’re tasked with taking down hordes of various monsters. However, the game encourages you to kill the monsters in unique and stylish ways, so you need to switch things up as much as possible. Desync offers you point […]
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Review: Styx: Shards of Darkness

by Muhammed Al Bukharyon March 20, 2017
Donning the identity of a mischievous, dry joke cracking and cringe-y one-liner uttering Goblin thief never felt as hilarious as this. Styx emerged out of nowhere in 2014 exhibiting surprisingly addictive and fun stealth mechanics and introduced us to our loudmouth anti-hero green Goblin: Styx. The fact that he is brimming with unique personality has […]
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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 […]