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Review: Team Sonic Racing

by Mazen Abdallahon July 8, 2019
At first glance, Sonic All-Stars Team Racing Transformed may seem like it’s just a response to Mario Kart. But anyone who has played the classic kart racer can attest to the fact that Sega did a great job giving Sonic’s racing game it’s proper due. The title had its own identity and mechanics and was […]
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Review: Metro Exodus

by Mazen Abdallahon March 12, 2019
The Metro series is definitely not one of the biggest names in gaming, although it has a substantial and devoted fanbase. The series takes place in an Eastern European wasteland in which a nuclear holocaust ravaged the world. People in this post-apocalyptic wasteland take shelter in, you guessed it, the metro stations. As such, big […]
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Review: Resident Evil 2

by Mazen Abdallahon February 16, 2019
 Resident Evil is an institution. A landmark in the horror genre, Resident Evil goes down in history as one of the scariest games in the world. Its sequel, Resident Evil 2, took things up a notch and trapped players in the sleepy town of Raccoon City. It was a vast, ambitious game, and it […]

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Review: Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden

by Mazen Abdallahon January 25, 2019
I have a tricky relationship with tactical games. I’m not really a thinking man when it comes to gaming, so I usually prefer ‘shoot the thing’ to ‘position yourself and then shoot at the thing’. But tactical games have made great strides in the last few years and they’ve gone from being obtuse and difficult […]
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Review: Darksiders III

by Mazen Abdallahon November 23, 2018
You know, there are tons of games in which you try and survive in the apocalypse. Usually, you’re just an everyday person caught up in a bad situation trying to survive the end times. But in a few games, you get to play as the people who are actually behind the end times; I’m speaking […]
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Review: Spyro Reignited Trilogy

by James Gournaliston November 14, 2018
I’ve never really been into mascot platformers, especially 3D platformers. I could never get into Crash Bandicoot, MediEvil, Banjo Kazooie, or Spyro. Hell, the only 3D Mario games I’ve actually played from start to finish are Sunshine and Odyssey. I find this important to specify at the beginning of this review, because you need to […]

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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: 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, […]