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  • Review: Superliminal (PC)

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    Review: Superliminal (PC)

    A puzzle game that pushes you to see things differently.

    Superliminal is a game that time after time after time suggests to you, hints to you, or outright tells you that everything is a matter of perspective. It is a game that tells you that though you believe a puzzle to be impossible, the solution could be staring you right in the face.

    Superliminal is a game that takes these simple ideas and attempts to create an entire game with that in mind. You are taught that signs...
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  • Review: GreedFall (PC)

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    Review: GreedFall (PC)

    A long and thrilling journey.

    GreedFall is a game that filled a gaping void I did not know I had for a new action-RPG experience. Though it lacks some of the polish you would expect from a major game release these days, the game still rewards the player with fun and varied combat, complex story beats, and an overall experience that should make even the veterans at BioWare sit up and take notice. For those of you that have been on the fence about picking up GreedFall, you would be doing...
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  • Review: Layton's Mystery Journey: Katrielle and the Millionaires' Conspiracy (Mobile/3DS)

    Riddle me this.
    The last Professor Layton game I played was, I believe, the very first one to ever come out for the Nintendo DS. It was Professor Layton and the Curious Village and it came out back in 2007. I may have played or owned Professor Layton and the Diabolical Box but I honestly cannot remember for sure. This is all really beside the point. What I can say with certainty here is that Professor Layton and the Curious Village seemed to offer a splendid blend of new ideas, lovable...
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  • Review: Layton's Mystery Journey: Katrielle and the Millionaires' Conspiracy (Mobile/3DS)

    Riddle me this.
    The last Professor Layton game I played was, I believe, the very first one to ever come out for the Nintendo DS. It was Professor...
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  • Review: Nex Machina

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    Review: Nex Machina


    A modern Robotron is alive and well in 2017 and it is glorious.

    Nex Machina hits all the right notes with its modern twist on a classic gaming experience. Inspired by games like Robotron 2084 and Smash TV, Nex Machina combines the best elements of prior twin-stick shooters with impressive sci-fi visuals, an adrenaline pumping electronic soundtrack, tough as nails boss encounters, and a perpetual desire to play "just one more level." I dare say that Nex Machina is one...
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    Review: Nex Machina

    A modern Robotron is alive and well in 2017 and it is glorious.

    Nex Machina hits all the right notes with its modern twist on a...
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  • Outlast 2 Review (PC)

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    Outlast 2 Review (PC)


    Horror Tropes: The Game
    The best thing I can possibly say about Red Barrels' latest horror experience, Outlast 2, is that fans of the original will absolutely eat this game up. And much like its predecessor, I found that Outlast 2 does next to nothing to advance the survival horror genre in any meaningful way. Newcomers to the franchise will probably wonder what all the hype is about and may find that their experience was worth the $30 asking price. While I am sure that many...
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    Outlast 2 Review (PC)

    Horror Tropes: The Game
    The best thing I can possibly say about Red Barrels' latest horror experience, Outlast 2, is that fans of the original...
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  • Review: The Turing Test

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    Review: The Turing Test


    It really makes you think.
    Bulkhead Interactive has brought the world The Turing Test, a new entry in the every growing first-person puzzle genre. In its simplest terms, the game finds you going from room to room solving a series of puzzles that get progressively harder the deeper in to the game you go. You manipulate what can best be described as portable batteries to charge up objects like doors, industrial sized electromagnets, and more all in an effort to progress to the...
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    Review: The Turing Test

    It really makes you think.
    Bulkhead Interactive has brought the world The Turing Test, a new entry in the every growing first-person puzzle...
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  • Assault Android Cactus Review

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    Assault Android Cactus Review

    A fun, colorful, and fresh take on twin-stick shooters and bullet hell bosses.
    It needs to be said upfront that I'm not normally a big fan of the "bullet hell" style of games. Even back during the height of Geometry Wars' popularity, I only managed to earn just four achievements before I hit a brick wall and ultimately never touched the game again for the better part of a decade. It's not that I hate that particular genre of games, it's more so that they hate me and my poor reaction times....
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    Assault Android Cactus Review

    A fun, colorful, and fresh take on twin-stick shooters and bullet hell bosses.
    It needs to be said upfront that I'm not normally a big fan...
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  • Superhot Review

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    Superhot Review

    Action Game: The Movie: The GameBad MotherfuckerHardcore Henry?

    Awesome. Now you have a bit of an idea of just what to expect with Superhot...
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    Superhot Review

    Action Game: The Movie: The GameBad Motherfucker...
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  • Guild Wars 2: Heart of Thorns Review

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    Guild Wars 2: Heart of Thorns Review

    Fresh, exciting, and fun but comes up just shy of greatness.
    Guild Wars 2: Heart of Thorns delivers on being a solid expansion to the already enjoyable base Guild Wars 2 experience. If you already have a predisposition to disliking the MMO genre or Guild Wars 2, this expansion won’t suddenly turn you into a believer. What it will do is offer tons of content for one flat rate that fans of the game probably have no qualms about picking up immediately. If you haven’t played Guild Wars 2 for ...
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