Posts Tagged ‘Review’

Review: UNO

by Nazih Fareson November 9, 2017
Editor’s Note: More than a year after the game’s original release on Xbox One, this review has been updated following the release of the game on the Nintendo Switch as well as the updates to all customers which reflects on the overall score, and final verdict. Since its release in 2016, the game of UNO has been […]

Review: Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus

by Nazih Fareson November 3, 2017
Led by Machine Games since 2014, the Wolfenstein series has witnessed a revival fit of the iconic id Software shooter. Loved by the critics and fans because of being quite “controversial” when compared to other first-person shooter who are heading towards the game as a service strategy, the Wolfenstein reboot has been great so far, […]

Review: Middle-earth: Shadow of War

by Nazih Fareson October 15, 2017
Back in 2014, Warner Bros Games and Monolith Studio launched a new IP based on the universe of Tolkien, which thankfully managed to stand out in vast sea of mediocre Lord of the Rings games, a game known as Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor (which we reviewed on our site). But despite its undeniable qualities, the […]


Review: Rayman Legends: Definitive Edition

by Nazih Fareson September 21, 2017
Editor’s Note: Years after the game’s original release and our review on Xbox 360, this piece has been updated following the release of the game on Nintendo Switch, as well as the content updates that is available to all which reflects on the overall score, and final verdict.  Released in 2013 on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 […]

Review: Resident Evil: Revelations

by Nazih Fareson September 21, 2017
It was 2012 when Resident Evil: Revelations was released, a survival horror experience on the simplest device at that time (Nintendo 3DS), which weirdly enough delighted fans after the strange turn of direction taken by the franchise since Resident Evil 5. Acclaimed by the press, released between the amazing Resident Evil 4 and the fifth […]

Review: Semispheres

by Nazih Fareson September 18, 2017
Available since early 2017 on both PC and PS4, Semispheres has already managed to conquer the heart of a lot of indie game conventions such as PAX West, respectively. A simple yet adorable game, Vivid Helix proves that you don’t need to be an enormous developer to create a great relaxing puzzle title. Before getting […]

Review: Hori Real Arcade Pro V Kai

by Nazih Fareson July 30, 2017
With the Real Arcade Pro series, Hori intends to highlight its know-how in the arcade stick business. Where most of its competitors opt for a Sanwa-based assembly, the Japanese manufacturer uses its own in-house Hori Hayabusa joysticks and buttons which could be a risky bet, but makes sense once in hand. The question though, is […]

Review: DiRT 4

by Nazih Fareson June 27, 2017
After a different experience with DiRT Rally which didn’t work out well with fans, the teams over at Codemasters come back with DiRT 4, a more accessible, varied title, but not necessarily more interesting that its predecessors. For those who never heard of it, the DiRT saga stems directly from the ancestral Colin McRae Rally game, […]

Review: Injustice 2

by Nazih Fareson May 24, 2017
Back in 2013, American studio NetherRealm surprised the video game multiverse with Injustice: Gods Among Us (or as I reviewed it in the Middle East as Injustice: Mighty Among Us), combining explosive combat and an epic scenario with talent from the Justice League comic book universe. Now 4 years later, right after the success of their […]


Review: Aragami

by Mazen Abdallahon November 10, 2016
Aragami is a stealth platformer in which you play as the titular Aragami, a supernatural being made of shadows. The game’s central mechanic involves teleporting between shadows and remaining undetected by staying in the dark. Of course, your shadow abilities (you later upgrade and get new skills) recharge when you’re in the dark, so staying […]