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Review: Civilization VI

by Nazih Fareson October 25, 2016
Out since October 21, Firaxis and 2K Games’ prized 4X strategy game is back to the roots, with Sid Meier’s Civilization VI putting you once again in the shoes of a leader, as you build an entire civilization. This new installment is a major facelift in the franchise, with  changes everywhere, from the game mechanics […]
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Review: Forza Horizon 3

by Nazih Fareson September 30, 2016
After being totally amazed by Forza Horizon 2 (and the awesome DLC expansion Storm Island), Playground are back with the aptly name sequel Forza Horizon 3. After discovering Colorado with the original game, followed by Italy with the second episode, we now go down under with the Australian western coast, with a first port on the PC platform as well thanks to […]
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Review: ReCore

by Nazih Fareson September 29, 2016
Post-apocalyptic seemed to be a theme fit for gaming, and although this term certainly makes you think of the Fallout series which brilliantly portrays it, other titles such Wasteland, Metro 2033 or The Last of Us have done well in their own ways. What is rare however, is to see a Japanese studio to be […]

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Review: Talent Not Included

by Mazen Abdallahon September 12, 2016
Talent Not Included is a frantic little sidescroller in which you dodge obstacles in a theater setting to get high scores and eventually put on the performance of a lifetime. It starts off with a clever little animation that explains how a group of monsters decide to put on a theatrical production, eventually recruiting the […]
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Review: Resident Evil 4 Remastered

by Nazih Fareson September 2, 2016
Starting as a Nintendo Gamecube exclusive, followed by a heyday of various consoles re-releases, HD remaster and I don’t know how many other names of versions I can count of Resident Evil 4, what I consider the most revolutionary entry in the series is finally remastered for the current generation of consoles. Is the adaptation and port worth another […]
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Review: No Man’s Sky

by Nazih Fareson August 13, 2016
It feel like the release date has been light-years away for the longest time, but we can finally play the new title by Hello Games that mixes exploration, combat and space travel: No Man’s Sky. After dozens of hours of space exploration, here is our verdict (Nazih Fares testing on console while Mazen Abdallah co-writes this […]

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Review: Stories: The Path of Destinies

by Nazih Fareson June 7, 2016
After a small puzzle game Tiny Brain, and a hit indie title known as Towerfall, Spearhead Games returns by offering a different kind of game with Stories: The Path of Destinies. A small studio based in Montreal, Spearhead Games counts on the expertise of gaming veterans who have worked on AAA titles like Simon Darveau (Design Director of […]
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Review: Labyrinth

by Luciano Rahalon March 30, 2016
Ever since their Kickstarter success story, Skybound Entertainment have been on a roll. Their strategies to introduce games and take them to the next level was always ahead of the curve. When they decided to partner with Free Range Games on Labyrinth, I was able to foresee nothing but positive vibes for the future of […]
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Review: The Flame in the Flood

by Nazih Fareson February 24, 2016
The good thing I believe with the indie scene is that, from time to time, and like a young child opening a gift wrap, you come across a little nugget, a game that came almost out of the blue and gives you a unique gaming experience. This is the case today with The Flame in the Flood, the […]

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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. […]