Posts Tagged ‘RPG’
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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: Child of Light Ultimate Edition

by Nazih Fareson October 21, 2018
A little project from the Ubisoft Montreal team based on the same engine used for Rayman Origins, Child of Light is an adventure RPG game that was praised when it came out back in 2014 on most major consoles at the time. Now four years later, the team at Ubisoft thought it would be great […]
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Review: Fall Of Light: Darkest Edition

by Luciano Rahalon September 18, 2018
I have been writing reviews for almost 2 years now and the journey has been great. You get to play doctor with a video game and analyze every frame of that title with the sole objective of getting a final diagnosis that you are content with. Sometimes, however, the diagnosis is not a pleasant one […]

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Review: Valkyria Chronicles 4

by Luciano Rahalon September 10, 2018
Before we start, I must be honest, I have heard many things about the Valkyria Chronicles franchise but never managed to play the predecessors. After doing some research, it seemed depressing to read how disappointed fans were about the unclear certainty and future of this saga. In 2017, the fourth episode was announced, and everyone […]
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Review: The Banner Saga 3

by Nazih Fareson August 15, 2018
After the ending of The Banner Saga 2, I was left on a cliffhanger that got me insanely worried. You see, I’m not like most fans of Stoic Studios, as I didn’t play the game truly until it start coming out on the Nintendo Switch, mostly thanks to the portability of the device. And so […]
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Review: Aggelos

by Mazen Abdallahon August 8, 2018
Ah, the retro platformer. Once a mainstay of the indie world, it has now become much less common. Indie gaming has spread its wings and new tools like Unity enable smaller studios to make bigger and more elaborate (albeit fundamentally simple) games. Now, I’ve always regarded retro platformers with a measure of suspicion. I mean, […]

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Review: Hotel Transylvania 3: Monsters Overboard

by Nazih Fareson July 31, 2018
Whenever a publisher launches a licensed game based on a movie, instinctively we know that there is a lot of chance that it is going to be a gamble. Think about it for a moment: E.T.? Superman 64? How about Dragon Ball Evolution? But then again you have some really good ones like The Lord of the […]
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Review: Adventure Time: Pirates of the Enchiridion

by Nazih Fareson July 23, 2018
An animated series that has been popular for more than 10 years now, Adventure Time is back in a videogame adaptation with the weird name of Adventure Time: Pirates of the Enchiridion. While it’s not the first time that Jake the dog and Finn the human are both in a game, but it is their first turn-based […]
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Review: Squids Odyssey

by Nazih Fareson July 13, 2018
For those of you that play mobile games – not judging you in any way – then chances are that you’ve heard of a tiny game in 2011 called Squids. Mixing reflex, adventure and a hint of RPG, the game eventually made its way onto PC and Android, followed by a sequel known as Squids […]

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Review: Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle

by Nazih Fareson July 8, 2018
Editor’s Note: After the game’s original release, this review has been updated following the release of the major Donkey Kong Adventure expansion pack as well as numerous free updates to all customers which reflects on the overall score, and final verdict. While Mario and the gang managed to save the day in the original game against the SupaMerge wielding […]