Micro Machines World Series Review

Micro Machines themselves date all the way back to the 1970s, but the brand tried something very different with the 1991 leap to the Nintendo Entertainment System. This took the tiny racecars that you may have been yelled at for[……]

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Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls Review

The Danganronpa series first debuted back in 2010 for the PlayStation Portable as a Japanese exclusive before finally releasing in the US on the PlayStation Vita in 2014. Alongside that came the release of the second game as well, but[……]

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The Surge Review

Deck 13 has come to be known as the From Software of the west. Rightfully so, seeing as their previous title Lords Of The Fallen, was very similar in many ways to the Dark Souls franchise. The Surge, hasĀ built upon[……]

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DiRT 4 Review

While maybe not as well known as some of its competitors, the DiRT series of games has been around for nearly two decades, either under the Colin McRae Rally name at first or most recently DiRT. This franchise has always[……]

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Rime Review

There are some games that go through very interesting development cycles and Tequila Games definitely went through that with their latest game, Rime. After initially proposing the game to Microsoft, Tequila Games made an exclusive agreement to bring Rime to[……]

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Demons Crystals

Demon’s Crystals Review

Twin stick shooters have had a rocky road on next generation consoles. Most of the best come in the form of first-party titles. Byte4Games decided to throw caution to the wind and create a devilish shooter of their own design.[……]

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NBA Playgrounds

NBA Playgrounds Review

What makes a good licensed NBA street courtĀ basketball game? A wide selection of players, courts,or modes? Or maybe we judge the quality based on smooth controls or realism. For me, NBA Playgrounds manages to hit the sweet spot, fun factor.[……]

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Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition Review

Bulletstorm was one of those interesting little titles that came out last gen that was simply pure fun. Not only did it have Cliff Bleszinski as a producer, but it was created by People Can Fly and Epic Games, the[……]

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