Posts Tagged ‘Videogames’
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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 […]
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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: Grow Up

by Nazih Fareson August 24, 2016
With only ten days between its announcement and its release, Grow Home was clearly one of the surprises of 2015 from Ubisoft, which we review on PC. Created by a small group within Ubisoft Reflections studios, it almost became the perfect ambassador of a different approach to games from the giant publisher, adding charm and originality to the […]

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Review: Homefront: The Revolution

by Nazih Fareson May 22, 2016
Homefront: The Revolution has been a chaotic development. Started under the umbrella of THQ, with Crytek UK at the helm, forced the studio after couple of years to sell the license to Koch Media, and now completed by the new team over at Dambuster Studios. Between corporate restructure and technical problems, this chaotic game release […]
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Review: Uncharted 4 : A Thief’s End

by Nazih Fareson May 18, 2016
Game after game, Naughty Dog has probably built one of the strongest empire and fan base in the gaming industry, pulling hits after hits like beads rolling, to also experience serious repercussions internally. After many delays that especially angered impatient PlayStation 4 owners, an HD Collection of the previous episodes to keep them busy, Naughty Dog finally put the […]
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Review: Dying Light: The Following

by Mazen Abdallahon February 23, 2016
When Dying Light hit in early 2015, I have to admit I kind of ignored it. I wasn’t really taken by Dead Island, and it looked like it was going to be a pretty similar experience. However, when the Steam Sales rolled around and I finally gave it a shot, I was hooked. It offered […]

Preview: Homefront: The Revolution

by Luciano Rahalon February 22, 2016
Playing Homefront: The Revolution latest beta was quite a painful experience. 6 hours downloading with several down times, 20 minutes refreshing and waiting to find players which at some points felt like the apocalypse has just happened, random crashes, but eventually I was there. Going in, I already had a bad impression on what to […]

Preview: Tom Clancy’s The Division

by Nazih Fareson February 18, 2016
The Division has played so much with my nerves for two and a half years, and at the time I started the closed beta, I hardly knew what to expect or not. Now less than a month before its release, and an open beta ready to roll this weekend, I decided to share my thoughts on this ambitious new title from Ubisoft […]
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Review: Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam

by Nazih Fareson February 6, 2016
Mario and Luigi episodes have been ongoing now for years, and are a weird cross-over of the famous Nintendo mascot platformer with RPG elements, which Nintendo did not seem like a bad idea on paper. This year, we get our hands on Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam, a hybrid of graphic style, mixing dishes and folding elements from the […]

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Review: Homeworld: Deserts of Kharak

by Nazih Fareson January 30, 2016
While the space opera fans marveled last year before the topspin return of the first two episodes of Homeworld, with Homeworld Remastered Collection (review last year), Gearbox was preparing something else with the franchise. Needless to say, even after recuperating the series from a dying THQ, the challenge to continue the legacy of Homeworld is a bold one. […]