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Game Review: Pyre (PS4)

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Game Review: Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice (PS4) 

Game Review: Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice (PS4)

Without warning, I could feel a sting at the very tips of my fingers that slowly worked its way through my whole hand. There were voices in my head telling me that I deserved it, that it was my fault. I tried to ignore them, but I was shaking, unaware of what was going on. […]

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Game Review: Pyre (PS4) 

Game Review: Pyre (PS4)

While Fantasy Sports Leagues are nothing new, I’m pretty sure that discussions about them don’t involve horned creatures, talking dogs, or earning one’s freedom back via some sort of fantasy based basketball, but maybe they should. Pyre, the latest from Supergiant Games, feels like the twisted offspring of NBA Jam and The Banner Saga as […]

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Game Review: Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age (PS4) 

Game Review: Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age (PS4)

If I was to tell you a tale about a young blonde kid, while traveling with a smuggler of sorts and his animal companion, had met up with a princess to thwart an evil empire, you’d probably assume I was talking about Star Wars, and you’d be mostly right in that assumption, but that is […]

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Game Review: Victor Vran – Overkill Edition (PS4) 

Game Review: Victor Vran – Overkill Edition (PS4)

Victor Vran is the Diabloesque version of Witcher that I didn’t know I always wanted. Hacking, slashing and blasting elemental beasts, vampires, and giant spiders, with the voice talents of Doug Cockle, who brings the same smooth voice here as he did as Geralt of Rivia from the Witcher trilogy. Victor Vran is one of the most polished […]

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Game Review: Farpoint (PSVR) 

Game Review: Farpoint (PSVR)

There are few innovations in game design that stay constant and don’t fall into the realm of washed up gimmicks like motion controls or gripping plastic musical instruments. VR is the latest of these innovations that has yet to really grab a foothold in the industry, and while it is too soon to know the […]

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Game Review: Mortal Blitz (PS VR) 

Game Review: Mortal Blitz (PS VR)

Back when 3D polygons were set to replace sprites and become the norm for arcades and home consoles, action shooters exploded onto the scene with bulky plastic guns that you would point to the screen and with a satisfying click of the trigger, blast some virtual bad guy right between the eyes. With arcades on the […]

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Game Review: Mass Effect – Andromeda (PS4 Pro) 

Game Review: Mass Effect – Andromeda (PS4 Pro)

Right from the start, Mass Effect: Andromeda felt lazy. The shift to a whole new galaxy with the dream of exploring strange new worlds and interacting with elements never before seen in a Mass Effect game held such promise. This dream, however, never comes to fruition as Andromeda never attempts to carve new ground or […]

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Game Review: NieR – Automata (PS4) 

Game Review: NieR – Automata (PS4)

I played very little of the original NieR back on the Xbox 360 some 7 years ago. The main protagonist just wasn’t that interesting and the world and gameplay were just nothing really to write home about. When it was announced that Platinum Games would take on the development chores for its long-awaited sequel, I was […]

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Game Review: Horizon Zero Dawn (PS4 PRO) 

Game Review: Horizon Zero Dawn (PS4 PRO)

Killzone was, in some ways, Sony’s answer to Microsoft’s Halo franchise. The PlayStation 2 was devoid of a strong FPS, and Halo had been dominating the charts for several years before Guerrilla Games introduced us to the world of Helghan. I thoroughly enjoyed the franchise, even despite not completing the 3rd chapter, a game that […]

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Game Review: Gravity Rush 2 (PS4) 

Game Review: Gravity Rush 2 (PS4)

The original Gravity Rush started its life as a PlayStation Vita title to a fairly warm reception. It wasn’t until the PS4 remaster, however; that I really sunk much time into it. Its awkward movement controls seemed far easier with a controller than tilting and turning a portable gaming system around in one’s hands. Its […]

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