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Shovel Knight Review – Digging It’s Way To My Heart

I grew up on Mega Man. The little blue robot going up against themed enemy robots spoke to my childlike heart and captured my imagination. I couldn’t get enough even though those games were as hard as nails for a child … Continue reading

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inFAMOUS: Second Son Review – Enjoy Your Power

There’s just something great about games that empower the player to be something more than ordinary. Sucker Punch’s inFAMOUS franchise is at it’s best when giving players the tools to go and do what they want in a big open … Continue reading

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Titanfall Review – Standby For Excellence

Certain games evoke a particular response from players almost like we’re one of Pavlov’s dogs. Upon hearing or seeing a certain cue, players are then expected to feel a certain way. In Titanfall’s case, upon hearing the phrase “Your Titan is … Continue reading

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Killer Instinct Review – Supreme Victory

Killer Instinct holds a special place in my heart and remains one of those arcade fighting games that demanded my quarters anytime I walked into the local video arcade center. These days, that feels like an eternity ago as the … Continue reading

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Ryse: Son of Rome Review – Glory To Rome

It’s fair to say that Ryse: Son of Rome has had a difficult time gaining traction up to its release after officially debuting at Microsoft’s E3 press conference last year. While the game impressed visually, critics and the public seemed … Continue reading

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Borderlands 2: Tiny Tina’s Assault On Dragon Keep Review – Roll For Initiative and Guns!

While we may (or may not) be seeing more from Borderlands 2 in the future, for now, Gearbox has released the last of the Season Pass content and honestly, they’ve held the best for the very end. Taking place in … Continue reading

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Deadpool Review – Guns, Blades, and Chimichangas

Deadpool didn’t exactly inspire confidence leading up to it’s release with Activision delaying the game, reducing it’s price by 10 dollars off the standard rate, and even firing a number of employees from High Moon a few months prior to … Continue reading

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BioShock Infinite Review – Nothing But Blue Sky Ahead

Irrational had a tall task coming into Infinite.  How do you top a game that many hold in such high regard?  Is it even possible? It’s been a long four years of waiting, but Irrational Games has finally managed to … Continue reading

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Dead Space 3 Review – Third Time’s A Charm?

EA and Visceral Games are back for a third time, putting players in the boots of the very unlucky space engineer, Isaac Clarke, who’s looking for a way to finally put an end to the necromorph infestation.  Visceral is once … Continue reading

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Gears of War Judgment Review – Another Cog In The Machine

Gears of War is back for one last hurrah before the next generation hits and People Can Fly is now leading the charge.  Billed as a prequel to the original trilogy, Judgment focuses on a younger Baird and Cole along … Continue reading

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DmC: Devil May Cry Vergil’s Downfall Review – Embracing the Darkness

Vergil’s Downfall is the first major DLC offering from Ninja Theory picking up just moments after the conclusion of DmC: Devil May Cry.  I won’t spoil that event for those of you who have not finished the game, but if … Continue reading

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DmC: Devil May Cry Review – No Crying Here

Controversy seemed to follow this title ever since it was first announced back in 2010 at the Tokyo Game Show.  Capcom relinquished development duties to the underrated Ninja Theory (Enslaved: Journey to the West, Heavenly Sword) to reboot a franchise which … Continue reading

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Dishonored Review – A Breath Of Fresh Air With A Side Of Revenge

In a year full of sequels and remakes, releasing a new IP set in a new world can be a dangerous thing.  It takes a special product to stand out and Dishonored is offering you a game full of freedom, choice, and a … Continue reading

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LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes Review – Gotham Justice

Tired of brutal and realistic Batman? Have an urge to smash bricks apart? Traveller’s Tales have heard your cries and brought Lego Batman back with the second installment.  Lex Luthor and The Joker have teamed up to bring chaos down on … Continue reading

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Sound Shapes Review – Rocking The Beat

Sound Shapes is such a unique game.  It’s a platformer but heavily invested in music as well.  It’s a game bringing amazing yet simple visuals coupled with a musical score powered by some famous artists like Beck.  The real hook?  … Continue reading

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