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    The Flame in the Flood Complete Edition Review

    I somehow missed The Flame in the Flood when it first debuted on Steam in February of last year. It just flew under my radar, so I’m really glad that its PlayStation 4 release this month caught my attention.
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    Kingdom Hearts 2.8 HD: Final Chapter Prologue Review

    Game: Kingdom Hearts 2.8 HD: Final Chapter Prologue Developer: Square Enix Publisher: Square Enix Console: PS4 (Reviewed) Release Date: January 24, 2017 **This is a Kingdom Hearts 2.8 HD: Final Chapter Prologue review in progress. We completed the...
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    Rise & Shine Review: About a Boy…and His Gun

    Developer: Super Awesome Hyper Dimensional Mega Team Publisher: Adult Swim Release Date: January 13, 2017 Platform: Xbox One (Reviewed), PC We’ve seen an influx of deliberately tough games, mostly thanks to Dark Souls...
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    Vye the Card Game of Capture and Control Review

    If the box art alone for Vye doesn’t pique your interest, we’re not sure what would. The artwork is actually what made the card game catch our eye in the first place, and not only does the box art look great, but the contents within are charming as well. The...
  • Beholder Review: A Dystopian Indie Gem

    Dystopian indie game Beholder, the debut title from Warm Lamp Games, has you play as Carl, a landlord employed by a totalitarian state to spy on the tenants of an apartment complex and report any illegal activity to the Ministry of Order. You will...
  • The Little Acre Review: A Sweet Little Taste of Family

    Developer:Pewter Game Studios Publisher: Curve Digital Platform: PC, PS4 (reviewed) Release Date: December 13 We received a copy of The Little Acre for review. The Little Acre is a whimsical game that tells the tale...
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    What Most Final Fantasy XV Reviews Were Missing

    First of all, a game’s development time or how long the fans waited for it should not be taken into account when reviewing the final product. I just had to get that off my chest right from the jump; for the rest of the review, I want to focus...
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    Dead Rising 4 Review

    Game: Dead Rising 4 Platforms: Xbox One (Reviewed), PC Developer: Capcom Vancouver Publisher: Capcom, Microsoft Studios Release Date: December 6, 2016 The holiday season is always a great setting for video games, especially in the horror genre. Remember Parasite Eve (Christmas Eve)? The Division (Black Friday)? Duke Nukem: Nuclear Winter (Christmas)? They’re all good games in their own...
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    Holoball Review (PSVR)

    Game: Holoball Platform(s): PC, PSVR (Reviewed) Developer: TreeFortress Games Publisher: TreeFortress Games Holoball, for my money, just might be the PSVR’s first “killer app.” Sure, I loved Arkham: VR but I haven’t touched it since the day I brought my shiny new headset home. And yes, I really enjoy Sports Bar VR and...
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    The Assembly Review

    Game: The Assembly Platforms: PC, PS4 (Reviewed) Publisher: nDreams Developer: nDreams A month after the release of the Playstation VR, you’ve probably played through the big games on your list. You’re looking for those smaller titles that you may have...
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    Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Review

    Developer: Infinity Ward Publisher: Activision Platform: PC, PS4 (reviewed), Xbox One Release Date: November 15, 2016 Every time we hear about a new Call of Duty release, you have two sets of...
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    BATMAN – The Telltale Series: New World Order Review

    As we make our way over the halfway point this season, Batman – The Telltale Series: New World Order continues to deliver a solid outing for the caped crusader. Despite some severe technical issues, Telltale is still able to provide us with a surprising story and decision that make...