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World’s End Club – Review | An Uninspired Experience

As someone who was (and still is) a huge fan of the Danganronpa and Zero Escape series, it was really exciting to read that both of the directors, Kotaro Uchikoshi and Kazutaka Kodaka, teamed together to deliver a new game in World’s End Club. There is definitely a void to be filled after the departure of Danganronpa and […]

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Root Double -Before Crime * After Days- Xtend Edition – Review

It’s not too often we get visual novels that try to break out of the mold with unique ways of storytelling or gameplay mechanics. I mean, the storytelling is the biggest aspect in any visual novel, but when visual novel developers also try to find different ways of using gameplay mechanics with the story — […]

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The Walking Dead Onslaught – VR Review

As someone who has been playing virtual reality games since the first consumer Oculus headset came out, I have seen and played many zombie games on VR. Some were mediocre and some were quite fun. For The Walking Dead Onslaught though, this game’s main attraction is the familiarity of the characters brought to life in virtual reality, […]

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One Finger Death Punch 2 Review – Simplicity at it’s Finest

One Finger Death Punch 2 brings me back to my younger days when all I would play are flash games online — and that’s not a bad thing. Games like One Finger Death Punch 2 show that sometimes a core simplistic gameplay loop is all you need to ensure an enjoyable game that provides hours of entertainment and […]

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Hellbound – Review | Pure 90’s FPS Runnin N’ Gunnin

Runnin N’ Gunnin! The 90’s era of first-person shooter games is such a unique time. Many of their gameplay features are very distinctive from the modern first-person shooter’s gamers play today. (Keycards anyone?) While modern games still take gameplay designs from the shooters of the 90’s era, there are a few gameplay elements that truly […]

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The Wizards: Dark Times – VR Review | Feel Like a Mage!

Set Forth and Unleash Your Spells Ever wanted to throw fireballs? Check. How about summoning an ice bow? Check. How about casting a huge ray of light? Check. If you ever wanted to feel like an actual battlemage, look no further than The Wizards: Dark Times.  Developed in Poland by Carbon Studios, The Wizards: Dark […]

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Evan’s Remains – Review | A Beautiful Story

Introduction When it comes to playing games, one of the best kind of story-driven experiences are the ones that take you on an emotional roller coaster and make you feel a certain way. Evan’s Remains accomplishes just that. Developed by Maitan69, who’s based in Argentina, Evan’s Remains is a mystery-thriller puzzle game with only one objective: find […]