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Review: NBA 2K Playgrounds 2

by Nazih Fareson November 14, 2018
A year after its first launch, Saber Interactive went heavy on working on the sequel for its NBA Jam spiritual successor: NBA Playgrounds. Right before its planned launch earlier this year, the game was delayed for no reason, until we discovered that Take-Two picked up the title as its publisher, expanding its NBA 2K franchise […]
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Review: Overkill’s The Walking Dead

by Mazen Abdallahon November 12, 2018
Licensed games are a mixed bag. Usually, gamers regard them with scorn and derision. That’s because most licensed games are just generic titles that are put out using a particular show, movie, or book as a backdrop to sell more copies. However, there is a second, albeit smaller category. The licensed games that create a […]
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Review: My Hero One’s Justice

by Nazih Fareson November 9, 2018
Written and created by Kohei Horikoshi, the shonen manga phenomenon that is My Hero Academia is still strong, officially reaching 16 million copies in print since mid-2018. Now years after its adaption from a manga to anime, Bandai Namco grabbed the opportunity to create the video game adaption of the series, simply named My Hero One’s Justice for […]

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Review: Party Hard 2

by Mazen Abdallahon November 7, 2018
Often, the objective of a game is to have as much fun as possible. GTA, Skyrim, Fallout, these games are all about letting you do all manner of crazy sandbox stuff. However, Party Hard was a game that was about the total opposite, namely stopping someone’s fun. The premise was fairly simple: it’s 3 AM […]
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Review: Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales

by Sara Basmaon November 7, 2018
A spectacularly crafted single player RPG, Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales is a game that hoists the genre to whole new levels.  I never imagined myself spending tons of hours into a game mostly centred on GWENT, a standalone card game in The Witcher series, a genre that never appealed to me, yet here I was, […]
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Review: Just Dance 2019

by Nazih Fareson November 6, 2018
Started off as a mini-game inside Raving Rabbids, Just Dance 2019 is pretty much the only remnant of the dance craze that started back in the days of the Nintendo Wii in 2009. Now years later, with Dance Dance Revolution and Dance Central has pretty much gone from the annual release calendar, Ubisoft’s Just Dance is […]

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Review: The Colonists

by Sara Basmaon November 2, 2018
The Colonists is a modern strategy game that takes place in the 21’st century where outrageous improvements have been made in the field of robotics. You play as self-aware printable- cute- robots who are fed up of serving humans and decide to colonize a habitable planet. It has a single-player, co-op, multiplayer and free to […]
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Review: Diablo III: Eternal Collection

by Mazen Abdallahon October 31, 2018
Diablo is an absolute classic and one of the biggest names in gaming, and I think one of the reasons it’s so well-regarded is the fact that it’s always been a trailblazer in gaming. The first two games were landmark titles in the dungeon crawler genre, and they laid down many of the foundations in […]
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Review: Fist of the North Star: Lost Paradise

by James Gournaliston October 28, 2018
Fist of the North Star: Lost Paradise is a videogame based on the classic manga series of the same, developed by the Yakuza team at SEGA. The 27-volume manga has been adapted into multiple TV anime, novels, and even a live-action movie that I don’t like to talk about, but SEGA has made the wise […]

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Review: SoulCalibur VI

by Luciano Rahalon October 28, 2018
It has been 20 years that Project Soul has been amongst us. For the 20th birthday, they chose to give us the best gift a fighting game enthusiast could ask for, Soulcalibur VI. We have waited 6 years for this gift and during that time we all grew to miss Siegfried and co but was […]
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