Posts Tagged ‘Reviews’

Review: Assassin’s Creed: The Ezio Collection

by Nazih Fareson November 25, 2016
Earlier this year, Ubisoft announced that it is putting its prized Assassin’s Creed franchise to sleep, breaking a the yearly releases since 2009’s Assassin’s Creed II, but it didn’t mean that this would apply to remastered. And so, after the spin-off Assassin’s Creed Chronicles Trilogy (reviewed on the site), the French publisher decided this time to […]

Review: Call of Duty Infinite Warfare and Modern Warfare Remastered

by Mazen Abdallahon November 13, 2016
When Modern Warfare first hit, it was a phenomenon. I tried it at a cybercafé with some friends and I hated it. I couldn’t figure out the movement, the realistic shaking of the gun when I ran was disorienting, jumping made no sense, the quick TTK meant that I was getting one-shotted in seconds; in […]

Review: The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – Blood and Wine

by Nazih Fareson July 29, 2016
More than a year after the arrival of the original The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, and roughly 6 month after Hearts of Stone (which I only published the review recently), it’s time for CD Projekt Red’s second and final expansion called Blood and Wine, the closing chapter to complete the long saga of the Witcher. A successful […]


Review: The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – Hearts of Stone

by Nazih Fareson July 15, 2016
Ever since the Enhanced Edition of the first Witcher in 2008, we discovered that CD Projekt Red make games for the long-term. And so, right after the release of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt in 2015, the Polish developer announced that it will release two massive expansions – alongside the free downloadable content throughout the year – starting with Hearts of Stone and followed […]

Review: Samurai Warriors 4 Empires

by Nazih Fareson March 26, 2016
Tecmo Koei is probably a publisher mostly know for their Musou games. There are so many titles and sequels of their licenses, and it becomes easy to get lost when you want to get one. On one side, you have the Dynasty Warriors saga which features historic moments of ancient China, and on the other we have Samurai […]

Review: Mortal Kombat XL

by Nazih Fareson March 24, 2016
Mortal Kombat X offered enough quality to its release in April 2015 to make their way to the gates of the biggest tournaments of fighting games, including EVO Championship Series, but also its own Mortal Kombat Cup for now two year. Almost a year after the release of the Vanilla version and just after the […]


Review: Street Fighter V

by Nazih Fareson February 22, 2016
It’s been 7 years since the first version of Street Fighter IV came out, followed every two years by a more reconciled version to end it in 2014 with Ultra Street Fighter IV. With over four versions (Vanilla, Super, Arcade Edition, Ultra) released of the previous opus, Capcom has lost some of the players along the way, tired […]

Review: Assassin’s Creed Chronicles Trilogy

by Nazih Fareson February 17, 2016
A few weeks after the announcement of Assassin’s Creed Chronicles trilogy, the first part of this three chapter game arrived, Assassin’s Creed Chronicles: Chine, soon to be followed by India and Russia. No open world in comparison to the Assassin’s Creed series, Assassin’s Creed Chronicles Trilogy is a clean title that focuses on gameplay, bluntly influenced […]

Review: The Witness

by Mazen Abdallahon February 15, 2016
To call The Witness a heavily anticipated game would be an understatement. Way back when, Jon Blow showed up out of the blue and gave us Braid, a beautifully drawn puzzle-platforming masterpiece. And while it was terrific, the fun was over too soon for many people, and we eagerly awaited Blow’s follow-up to his debut. […]


Review: Arslan: The Warriors of Legend

by Nazih Fareson February 14, 2016
After exploring a multitude of different worlds, Tecmo Koei and Omega Force are now interested in ancient Persia, with Arslan: Warriors of Legend, a Musou style beat’em-all title, inspired by the latest adaptation of the Arslan Chronicles universe, a Japanese heroic fantasy novel. If you are reading this review, you’re probably a Musou fan, and […]