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Review: Dynasty Warriors 9

by Nazih Fareson February 20, 2018
While the Dynasty Warriors license had not changed since Dynasty Warriors 8: Empires back in 2014, it was finally time for the team over at Omega Force to shake things up, after years of critics pointing out a clear rehash of assets and monotony in the franchise. With Dynasty Warriors 9, the plan was to bring […]
7.8

Review: Old Man’s Journey

by Nazih Fareson February 19, 2018
Developed by Broken Rules, Old Man’s Journey is an adventure-puzzle game that makes us live the journey of – you guessed it – an old man, after receiving a letter from an unknown person. Leaving his lonely house by the cliff, our protagonist grab his trekking backpack and walking stick, and sets on an adventure where […]
8.4

Review: The Darkside Detective

by Nazih Fareson February 18, 2018
Born during a Game Jam Project in November 2014, “The Darkside Detective” project took a mere 8 hours of development by Paul Conway and Christopher Colston, catching the attention of the indie media outlets, praising its potential. And so this admiration by the press incited the the team to go into production mode – under […]

8.5

Review: Night in the Woods

by Nazih Fareson February 17, 2018
Back in 2013, Infinite Fall launched a crowdfunding campaign for Night in the Woods, a cute-looking game featuring Mae, a young cat, who returns after a few years of absence to her mining town of Possum Spring. Described as narrative adventure game, with the ability to interact with dozens of characters, Night in the Woods follow […]
7.9

Review: Mercenary Kings Reloaded Edition

by Nazih Fareson February 17, 2018
Mercenary Kings Reloaded is not really a real novelty landing on the Nintendo Switch this month, alongside other platforms like Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. Originally released since March 2014 on Steam, this new version is all about bigger content and an overhaul of some key features. A licence clearly influenced by the iconic […]
8.3

Review: Tesla vs Lovecraft

by Nazih Fareson February 16, 2018
There are a handful of things that geeks on the internet love: computers with glowing leds and mechanical keyboards, silly memes, cats, and of course Nikola Tesla. Folks in geekland are also pretty into the legendary sci-fi author and master of the macabre H.P. Lovecraft, so when you see them together it’s a pretty fun […]

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Review: Space Dave

by Mazen Abdallahon February 16, 2018
Nintendo Switch has been in our living rooms and in our hearts for some time now, and its library has grown as much as our love for it has. However, while the Switch certainly has a slew of new indie and AAA titles, I still feel like there’s not enough content that works with the […]
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Review: The Longest Five Minutes

by Nazih Fareson February 12, 2018
After a Japan only release back in 2017 on the PlayStation Vita, Nippon Ichi Software’s The Longest Five Minutes finally comes to the West with a PC and Switch version, which I reviewed on the latter platform. Aiming to go back to the old days of JRPG like Tokyo RPG Factory’s Lost Sphear, the game is undoubtedly […]
5.7

Review: The Seven Deadly Sins: Knights of Britannia

by Nazih Fareson February 12, 2018
Better known in the West as Seven Deadly Sins, Nanatsu no Taizai is a fantasy action manga created by Nakaba Suzuki set in a weird “Middle Age” era land of Britannia. Thanks to its overwhelming success, the manga has been adapted to an anime as part of Netflix’s long time strategy of getting exclusive content, […]

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Review: I fell from Grace

by Mazen Abdallahon February 11, 2018
Games still struggle for relevance in the global media market just like any other form of media, and while some developers choose to make their games bigger, badder, and louder, others go in a different direction and try to make something more artistic. This means that games will often target storylines that are heavier, bringing […]
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