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Old Time Hockey Review

Old Time Hockey brings the sport back in time to a forgotten era. Largely different than EA's hockey offering, the game is a refreshing change of pace but suffers from some questionable design decisions.

Posted 6 months ago by Marc Caccamise, 3 comments

The Sexy Brutale Review

The Sexy Brutale is an enigmatic place. Over the course of 12 hours, the staff of this mansion casino will kill the same guests at the same times and in the same ways as always, and figuring out how to save them is riveting.

Posted 6 months ago by Brandon Fusco, 0 comments

Psychonauts in the Rhombus of Ruin Review

Psychonauts in the Rhombus of Ruin bridges the gap between Psychonauts and Psychonauts 2. It's a story that was never meant to be told but it will no doubt satisfy real fans of the franchise to know what really happened.

Posted 7 months ago by Rebecca Smith, 0 comments

Horizon: Zero Dawn Review

Horizon: Zero Dawn is an incredible sci-fi tale set inside of one of the most engrossing open-worlds to date. It is undoubtedly the beginning of the next big franchise for PlayStation.

Posted 7 months ago by Marc Caccamise, 7 comments

iO Review

Within iO resides something genuinely fun, but the inability to properly communicate with the player can quickly and regularly derail what is an otherwise solid and even occasionally addicting game.

Posted 8 months ago by Brandon Fusco, 0 comments

Watch_Dogs 2 Review

Watch_Dogs 2 launches amidst the hopes that Ubisoft can deliver another wonderful sequel with improvements of the magnitude found in the leap from Assassin's Creed to Assassin's Creed 2.

Posted 11 months ago by Brandon Fusco, 0 comments

Shu Review

In recent years the 2D platforming genre has enjoyed a resurgence in popularity. One of the latest 2D platformers to hit the Playstation 4, Shu, is hoping to make its own mark as a worthy title in the genre, but will it succeed?

Posted 1 year ago by Rebecca Smith, 2 comments

Nightmares from the Deep: The Cursed Heart Review

Very few hidden object title have made it onto Playstation consoles but developer Artifex Mundi has released the first of their many adventure titles on Playstation 4. It's as good a place to start as any other.

Posted 1 year ago by Rebecca Smith, 5 comments

No Man's Sky Review

No Man's Sky is an ambitious game from the team that brought you Joe Danger. Its lofty goal is to create an entire procedurally generated universe. Are those 18 quintillion planets all they're cracked up to be?

Posted 1 year ago by Brandon Fusco, 7 comments

Headlander Review

Headlander, the latest offering from Double Fine and Adult Swim, plays trippy head games with players in this side-scrolling adventure.

Posted 1 year ago by Cindy Minguez, 1 comment

Furi Review

Excellence is not an art, it's pure habit. Few games know this as well as The Game Bakers recent 3D boss-rush game, Furi. Sometimes forming that habit can be irritating, but when you succeed, it's rewarding.

Posted 1 year ago by Brandon Fusco, 1 comment

Full Mojo Rampage Review

Full Mojo Rampage, developed by Over The Top Games, is an homage to both Voodoo and a variety of classic games. Can it all come together to do them justice, or did their sacrifices fail to deliver?

Posted 1 year ago by Brandon Fusco, 0 comments

Shadwen Review

Frozenbyte, the developer behind the hit Trine Series, is back with a new stealth-based title called Shadwen, and it is completely unlike anything they have done so far.

Posted 1 year ago by MunchMagic1986, 13 comments

Uncharted 4: A Thief's End Review

There are few studios in the world that are as prestigious as Naughty Dog, especially in the past decade. Despite having been around for nearly 30 years at this point, it wasn't until Uncharted: Drake's Fortune that they started to be regarded as one of the most technically and artistically capable

Posted 1 year ago by Brandon Fusco, 8 comments

TT Review: Severed

Drinkbox Studios has made the jump from 2D gaming to a first person hack 'n slash with their latest release, Severed. It's clear that they know how to make a solid Metroidvania puzzle-platformer, but does this experimental game fit them as well? [img= label=true]Ready for a psychedelic trip

Posted 1 year ago by Brandon Fusco, 3 comments

TT Review: Alienation

Housemarque is a studio known for its quality catalog of PlayStation games, with hits such as Super Stardust HD, Outland, and RESOGUN. Their latest release, Alienation, is a spiritual successor to their PlayStation 3 game, Dead Nation. Rather than fighting off hordes of the undead using weapons base

Posted 1 year ago by Brandon Fusco, 3 comments

TT Review - Ratchet & Clank

Ratchet and Clank have been staples of the action platformer scene since their debut on the PlayStation 2 in 2002. Since the original release of Ratchet & Clank, the franchise has spawned 11 more entries across home consoles and handhelds. After a short detour into multiplatform development, Insomni

Posted 1 year ago by Brandon Fusco, 10 comments

Just Cause 3 Review

The [i]Just Cause[/i] franchise is an interesting and promising case for the game industry, but can Just Cause 3 live up to that promise, or will the game leave it fluttering in the wind like a ripped parachute?

Posted 1 year ago by Brandon Fusco, 3 comments

Kromaia Omega Review

Posted 1 year ago by Brandon Fusco, 2 comments

Star Wars Battlefront Review

Posted 1 year ago by Marc_Pilkington, 9 comments

Adventure Time Review

Posted 1 year ago by Mark Delaney, 0 comments

Fallout 4 Review

Posted 1 year ago by Brandon Fusco, 9 comments

Game of Thrones Review

Posted 1 year ago by osubluejacket, 4 comments

SUPERBEAT: XONiC Review

Posted 1 year ago by MunchMagic1986, 1 comment

Poncho Review

Posted 1 year ago by Rebecca Smith, 3 comments

Need for Speed Review

Posted 1 year ago by Lexley Ford, 2 comments

Call of Duty: Black Ops III Review

Posted 1 year ago by Brandon Fusco, 9 comments

Now That's What I Call Sing Review

Posted 2 years ago by Rebecca Smith, 1 comment

One Upon Light Review

Posted 2 years ago by Rebecca Smith, 8 comments

Minecraft: Story Mode Review

Posted 2 years ago by Brandon Fusco, 6 comments

Zombie Vikings Review

Posted 2 years ago by MunchMagic1986, 7 comments

I Am Bread Review

Posted 2 years ago by MunchMagic1986, 2 comments

One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3 Review

Posted 2 years ago by Peter Stojanov, 3 comments

Volume Review

Posted 2 years ago by Brandon Fusco, 4 comments

Everybody's Gone to the Rapture Review

Posted 2 years ago by Brandon Fusco, 21 comments

The Vanishing of Ethan Carter Review

Last year, The Vanishing of Ethan Carter was released on PC to critical acclaim. A month before the game's release, developer The Astronauts confirmed that the game was also coming to the Playstation

Posted 2 years ago by Rebecca Smith, 8 comments

Rocket League Review

Psyonix Studios created a cult hit in 2009 with their mouthful of a title Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars, a game that still has a very active online community to this day. Now they a

Posted 2 years ago by MunchMagic1986, 10 comments

J-Stars Victory VS+ Review

J-STARS Victory VS + is a game that features many of the characters from manga and anime alike in the Jump Universe: Naruto, Ichigo (Bleach), and Son Goku (Dragon Ball Z) are just some of the charact

Posted 2 years ago by Peter Stojanov, 3 comments

Batman: Arkham Knight Review

There's no question that the Batman: Arkham series of games has set the bar high for video games based on a pre-existing license. The original title released less than a year after the successful Dar

Posted 2 years ago by Brandon Fusco, 3 comments

Wander Review

When you say MMO, several things usually spring to mind. One of those may be the formation of clans that battle for supremacy, be it through combat, economic affluence, or politics. Another may be ex

Posted 2 years ago by Rebecca Smith, 10 comments

Life Is Strange Episodes 1-3 Review

Dontnod Entertainment's last title, Remember Me received mixed reviews. One of the aspects of the game that received mainly positive feedback was the game's story. It's no wonder that the developer's

Posted 2 years ago by Rebecca Smith, 11 comments

Nom Nom Galaxy Review

Double Eleven has amassed quite a large fanbase over the years with their Pixeljunk titles that have unique art styles and addictive gameplay. Their latest adventure, in collaboration with Q-Games, w

Posted 2 years ago by MunchMagic1986, 3 comments

Broken Age Review

Broken Age has had a rather turbulent development cycle. Initially announced as Double Fine Adventure, the game's Kickstarter project smashed through its $400,000 target in just over eight hours and

Posted 2 years ago by Rebecca Smith, 3 comments

Shovel Knight Review

At one time, the 2D platform and its various subgenres were king. During this time, games like Super Mario, Ninja Gaiden, Metroid, Mega Man, and more were making their names and setting the mold for

Posted 2 years ago by Brandon Fusco, 14 comments

Mortal Kombat X Review

Mortal Kombat X was announced in 2014 when a short teaser trailer was revealed showing iconic fighters Scorpion and Sub-Zero duking it out in a frozen forest. Continuing the ruthless and merciless ch

Posted 2 years ago by Peter Stojanov, 2 comments

Bastion Review

Before there was Transistor, Supergiant Games created another game. Bastion was released on the Xbox 360 during the Summer of Arcade in 2011. At the time, it was part of an indie movement with a smal

Posted 2 years ago by Brandon Fusco, 2 comments

Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number Review

When Hotline Miami was released back in July 2013 on the PS3 and Vita, it quickly became a hit. It was flashy, violent, and had a dark message how being steeped in violence effects people, which was

Posted 2 years ago by Brandon Fusco, 1 comment

Flame Over Review

A new title joins the PlayStation Vita market, and it goes by the name of Flame Over. Created by the developer Laughing Jackal, the game is a top-down, rogue-like "shooter" that will also be arriving

Posted 2 years ago by Peter Stojanov, 0 comments

Crimsonland Review

The recently revamped and re-released Crimsonland for PS3, PS4, and Vita is based on the original twin stick shooter that was released for PC back in 2003. In the years since then, more than a few gr

Posted 2 years ago by Brandon Fusco, 3 comments

Helldivers Review

Super Earth is your home. You love it, so you join the Helldivers, the most beloved of the armed forces, and set out to destroy the various enemies who have their hearts set on the destruction of you

Posted 2 years ago by Brandon Fusco, 10 comments