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Review: Geneshift

by Mazen Abdallahon May 26, 2017
Top-down shooting is always a fun way to spend an afternoon, and so I was happy to see Geneshift, a single- and multi-player top-down twin-stick shooter from new indie developers, Nik Nak Studios. Geneshift spices up the action by putting you in the shoes of a cybernetic mutant combat monster with quite a bit of […]
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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? […]
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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: 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: Sombrero

by Mazen Abdallahon January 19, 2017
I’ve always lamented the decline of couch gaming, as I believe it offers us something unique that online multiplayer can’t. While online multiplayer is definitely more convenient than assembling a group of 30-somethings with jobs and families, it lacks that personal touch that you get from dancing on the coffee table after beating your friends. […]

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Review: The Crew: Calling All Units

by Nazih Fareson January 7, 2017
Announced unexpectedly at Gamescom 2016, the second expansion for Ubisoft and Ivory Tower driving MMO game The Crew is here, a good sign that the developers did not give up on this project, rolled up their sleeves and now give you The Crew: Calling All Units. As you could guess from the name, this new extension is […]
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Review: Titanfall 2

by Nazih Fareson November 7, 2016
When the first episode of Titanfall came out back in March 2014, it was received in two ways: either completely forgotten in the minds of players, or some focused on the multiplayer universe which had some very good ideas. While most blamed it on the lack of a singleplayer and a lack of richness in content, Respawn Interactive […]
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Review: Flat Heroes

by Mazen Abdallahon September 21, 2016
I think Flat Heroes has accomplished an incredible feat in that it’s both casual and hardcore, like a Schrödinger’s Cat of difficulty. The game’s presentation is slick as all hell, and it greets you with a smooth, minimalist aesthetic. You play as a square (the eponymous flat hero) who must move within a closed space […]

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Review: Pac-Man Championship Edition 2

by Nazih Fareson September 21, 2016
Pac-Man is one of those iconic games that seem to exist outside the normal flow of time. An icon of the original gaming arcade generation, the title may have aged, but as Pong before him, this 1980s classic remains ever-present and its gameplay flawless thirty years after its release. Even in that context, Pac-Man Championship Edition 2 […]