Games with female protagonists (Page 7)

Beyond Eyes Review

Beyond Eyes Review (Xbox One)

An artistic journey of a visually impaired little girl and her cat

August 11, 2015 - If you've ever wanted to experience what it's like to be unable to see then here's a game for you. Although it's an undeniably beautiful adventure, does it hold up as a game? Let's slowly walk through the woods and find out.
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Onechanbara Z2: Chaos Review

Onechanbara Z2: Chaos Review (PlayStation 4)

The return of the Bikini Samurai Squad

August 9, 2015 - If there's one series that's the gaming equivalent of a B movie; it's Onechanbara. However, don't let the over-the-top violence carried out by a cast of scantily clad ladies make you automatically assume that it's no good. In fact, you'll have plenty of good times if you're up for it and after all, isn't having fun the reason why we play video games in the first place?
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Red Goddess: Inner World Review

Red Goddess: Inner World Review (PlayStation 4)

Schizophrenia is Divine

July 2, 2015 - When it comes to indie game development, mixing genres is a method that always produces interesting results. Red Goddess combines melee combat, exploration, platforming, and some light puzzle-solving in a fascinating world that's fused together with beautiful storytelling. There's no denying how intriguing that sounds, but does it all add up to a worthwhile game?
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Shantae: Risky's Revenge - Director's Cut Review

Shantae: Risky's Revenge - Director's Cut Review (PlayStation 4)

This half-genie has a killer head of hair

June 29, 2015 - You don't often see DSiWare games getting ported to current consoles. For the most part it's understandable why, but when it comes to Shantae; you know you're in for a treat. If you're ready, give that magic lamp a rub and let's see if our wishes come true.
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Zombie Incident Review

Zombie Incident Review (3DS)

An 8-bit monster bopping adventure

March 9, 2015 - With an already oversaturated market, here comes yet another retro indie platformer. Was jumping on enemies' heads merely a fond memory or is it still enjoyable in this day and age? Lace up your stomping boots, we're about to find out!
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Undead Storm Nightmare Review

Undead Storm Nightmare Review (3DS)

Twin stick shooting with only one stick

January 23, 2015 - Zombies and twin stick shooters go together like peanut butter and brain jelly. Undead Storm Nightmare is yet another zombie-slaying shooter that boasts an interesting mix of gameplay mechanics but is that enough to compel you to survive another apocalypse?
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Fairune Review

Fairune Review (3DS)

So, what am I supposed to do next?

December 21, 2014 - Fairune may look like a basic retro action RPG, but looks can be deceiving. Besides battling foes and leveling up, you will find yourself lost in plenty of obtuse lateral-thinking quests and spend most of your time simply asking, "What do I do now?"
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Never Alone Review

Never Alone Review (PlayStation 4)

The weather outside is frightful

November 19, 2014 - Every now and then a game comes out that encompasses a cinematic experience in a simple and captivating way. Never Alone accomplishes this very well although it will leave players wanting more as they'll be done with it after a couple of gaming sessions.
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The Legend of Dark Witch Review

The Legend of Dark Witch Review (3DS)

This wicked witch is one tough cookie

November 3, 2014 - When it comes to download-exclusive 3DS games, few are worthy of having a physical release and The Legend of Dark Witch is one of these few. Players will fall in love with the great cast of characters, solid gameplay, and ton of extra content.
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inFamous: First Light Review

inFamous: First Light Review (PlayStation 4)

Don't mess with Fetch

October 15, 2014 - As a stand-alone expansion and prequel to inFamous: Second Son, First Light sets itself apart with a new playable character and a fresh sense of style. Players will have a great time wreaking havoc with their flashy superhuman abilities but not for as long as they did in the previous installment.
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