Reviews

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Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap Review

Wonder Boy is a combat platformer deliberately reminiscent of earlier titles in feel, but with newer features that come as a welcome addition. Though far from a platforming connoisseur, I have incredibly fond memories of games such as Yoshi’s Island, and looked forward to revisiting platforming titles again. Wonder Boy:

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Yooka-Laylee: The Spiritual Successor To 3D Platforming Has A Lot Of Spirit

Remember back to when you were a kid before the horde of games with online compatibility flooded the shelves? Games like Ratchet and Clank, Banjo Kazooie and Jak and Daxter captured the hearts of players with their mind-boggling puzzles and collectible hunting. Yooka-Laylee is a return to the nostalgic time when 3D platformers were

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Enter The Gungeon Review

Bullet Hell games and roguelike games have a lot in common. An amalgamation of the two, therefore, works perfectly. Developer Dodge Roll managed to capture some of the best features of each genre and turn it into one of the most addictive games of 2016. With the game being scheduled

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6

Final Fantasy XV : Episode Gladiolus Review

The story has solid moments but I couldn’t shake the feeling that the story was missing something and that maybe the developers played it safe.

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8

Mass Effect Andromeda Review

Mass Effect Andromeda  has been out for a little over a week now and since I have finally torn myself away, it is the perfect time to analyze what Bioware has created for us. Now, before I get started, I have to preface this with the fact that you cannot

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7.5

Sublevel Zero Redux Review

Introduction: New to the series, the first thing I noticed about Sublevel Zero Redux is the vibrant, neon colour scheme and the 80’s-inspired techno music. Each of these aspects helps infuse the game with a sense of fast-paced fun. Frantic at nearly every turn, this upbeat, six-degrees-of-freedom shooter puts the

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6.5

The Inner World Review

In an age of shooters, MOBAs, and the hybrid IPs that are constantly cropping up in the video game sphere, it is nice to get down to basics and enjoy a simplistic type of gaming experience that does not put too much pressure on the gamer. To begin, I will

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6.0

Torment: Tides of Numenera Review

Torment: Tides of Numenera is an RPG which could work as a showcase of what video games in the past did beautifully. For any nostalgia junkies out there it is an obvious choice to waste away a few days. Whether or not this trip into the past of gaming is

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7.5

Halo Wars 2 Review

That time has come again when the delightful resurgence of the Halo series graces fans both new and old…and the Halo Wars has a simple recipe that keeps on bringing players back again and again, no matter how frustrating the battle may be. Faced with the many bad reviews of Halo 4 and Halo 5:

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8.0

Resident Evil 7 Review

As one of the original survival horror juggernauts, Resident Evil has made quite a name for itself, consistently selling millions on each of its numbered releases. Since 2005, the series has become less about horror and more about action. Resident Evil 7 manages to revitalize the series with its departure

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7.0

Vertical Drop Heroes HD Review

The original Rogue came out in 1980. Similar games have come and gone since then, but the term “Rogue-like” has only really come into public knowledge in the last few years. In fact, I believe it would be safe to say that lately we’ve seen incredible growth in a genre that previously

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Rise and Shine Review

Remember the days of old school arcade shooters where the main objective was to move to the right and bash the shoot button in any direction in the hopes that the enemies would run into your slow moving fire and die? Well, now you can relive those experiences with Rise

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