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Review: Professor Lupo and his Horrible Pets

by Mazen Abdallahon July 24, 2019
I’m a huge fan of puzzle games, but I’ve definitely noticed something about them. Puzzle games are usually very cutesy and have a pleasant theme usually. They’re relaxing and serene, as opposed to most action games, which are violent and unpleasant. The thing is, it doesn’t say anywhere that a puzzle game can’t take the […]
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Review: Far Cry New Dawn

by Mazen Abdallahon March 3, 2019
The post-apocalyptic world is a pretty frequent destination for videogames, and it’s not hard to see why. Most games these days are shooters, and it’s a lot easier to have a shootout in the bombed out remains of a city than it is to have a shootout on a busy street. Moreover, the apocalypse is […]
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Review: Persona Dancing: Endless Night Collection

by Nazih Fareson December 3, 2018
Three years after Persona 4: Dancing All Night, Atlus is back and not with a sequel, but two of them in one go! Persona Dancing: Endless Night Collection is basically both Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight and Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight, both previously released first in Japan this may. Sold together on PlayStation 4 […]

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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: 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: SoulCalibur VI

by Luciano Rahalon October 28, 2018
It has been 20 years that Project Soul has been amongst us. For the 20th birthday, they chose to give us the best gift a fighting game enthusiast could ask for, Soulcalibur VI. We have waited 6 years for this gift and during that time we all grew to miss Siegfried and co but was […]

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Review: Starlink: Battle for Atlas

by Luciano Rahalon October 28, 2018
I have had Ubisoft’s Starlink: Battle for Atlas for about 2 weeks but did not want to release this review until I managed to get my hand on those juicy toys to get the full experience. I am glad that I waited as the experience is much more enhanced when you play the game with […]
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Review: Disgaea 1 Complete

by Sara Basmaon October 11, 2018
Disgaea 1 Complete is a definitive edition of one the legendary tactical RPG’s that wowed players 15 years ago when it first came out. Fans of the franchise will surely adore this remaster, as it has improved the game in every aspect, including visually showcasing the adorable quirky anime-styled characters of the game. Disgaea 1 […]
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Review: Super Mario Party

by Nazih Fareson October 7, 2018
After numerous versions, the Mario Party series is always considered the second Nintendo franchise that optimally could end friendships after Mario Kart. In the end, whether you are the winner or loser, this digital board game has always offered a fun experience especially with its original and sometimes crazy mini-games. Now exactly 20 years after […]

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Review: Frozen Synapse 2

by Mazen Abdallahon October 5, 2018
Frozen Synapse was a title that was pretty successful in its right, but I feel flew under the radar for a lot of people. That’s a damn shame, too, because it was a great title. The idea was that you’d guide squads of soldiers though tactical situations and give them sets of instructions. After giving […]