Review: God of War

by Nazih Fareson April 25, 2018
Whether it is the movies, books or games, the task to reboot an established franchise is never an easy thing for any developer or publisher. With some much expectations from the series’ fans, on top of making sure they are not forgotten while trying something new, the new God of War was definitely a gamble. […]

Review: The 25th Ward: The Silver Case

by Mazen Abdallahon April 15, 2018
What can we say about Suda 51 that hasn’t been said already by the biggest critics in videogaming? He’s an auteur, he’s a pop-culture addict, he’s an expert at wowing and confusing, and he’s one of the biggest names to come out of Japanese game development. Suda51 is known for his unique and often esoteric […]

Review: Warhammer: Vermintide 2

by Mazen Abdallahon April 15, 2018
Warhammer occupies a special place in the nerd world. The strange, often unpleasant world of Warhammer started off with tabletop, but it would branch out into the game’s world before long, spawning a number of strategy titles that brought the tabletop universe to the screen. After long enough, there were also spinoffs in the form […]


Review: Dead in Vinland

by Luciano Rahalon April 15, 2018
If you recall CCCP’s last title, Dead in Bermuda, then you will be familiar with their style and work. Dead in Vinland, the latest addition to the series is no stranger to those gameplay mechanics. The concept of a group’s survival on a deserted island is still here but taken up a notch with some […]

Review: Metropolis: Lux Obscura

by Nazih Fareson April 13, 2018
Every time I look at the independent gaming scene, the trend is to be heavily influenced by another game and create something different based on it. The results are that a big chunk of these productions plays the pixel-art card, chiptune music, or bank heavily on the mood of the game and its story instead of […]

Review: Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice

by Mazen Abdallahon April 13, 2018
Editor’s Note: Month after the game’s original release and our review on PC, this piece has been updated following the release of the game on Xbox One, as well as the content updates that are available to all which reflects on the overall score, and final verdict. While Xbox One players had previously been deprived of […]


Review: Atelier Lydie & Suelle: The Alchemists and the Mysterious Paintings

by Nazih Fareson April 12, 2018
Well known and loved in Japan, the Atelier series has always been a niche franchise, and returns here for a new adventure, with Atelier Lydie & Suelle: The Alchemists and the Mysterious Paintings. Available since last year in Japan only, the game is finally available in the West as of March 30th to conclude the […]


by Mazen Abdallahon April 12, 2018
Indie games and music have a long and storied history, with indie games sporting (in my opinion) some of the best soundtracks in gaming (or even any media). Rhythm games take things a step further by mixing the music into the game itself. Thus we have OCTAHEDRON, a game which features thumping electro and tricky […]


by Luciano Rahalon April 11, 2018
I have spent over 120 hours playing Attack on Titan 2, and the mere idea of defeating giants in an action-packed game was definitely something that I have been waiting for since the original release of Attack on Titan. It comes as no surprise that when they announced EXTINCTION at 2017’s E3, I had to dive […]


Review: The Alliance Alive

by Nazih Fareson April 6, 2018
Two years after The Legend of Legacy, FuRyu and Cattle Call are back with another traditional JRPG, which in a way is the spiritual successor to the first game, known as The Alliance Alive exclusively on the Nintendo 3DS. Just like the first game, The Alliance Alive includes known names in the JRPG industry, such […]