Reviews (Page 14)

Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse Review

Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse Review (3DS)

A trip to Tokyo that'll make you smirk

September 21, 2016 - Flynn and friends are back with a second title set in the world of Shin Megami Tensei IV's post-apocalyptic Tokyo. The war continues between Merkabah and Lucifer and it's up to you to play through the new protagonist's story and find out who will reign supreme over the desolate world.
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Zenith Review

Zenith Review (PlayStation 4)

A comedy of errors

September 20, 2016 - I was quite looking forward to playing Zenith. At first glance, it looked like it might be something along the lines of a Baldur's Gate or Dungeon Siege. Boy, was I in for a disappointment.
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The Bunker Review

The Bunker Review (PlayStation 4)

Bringing full motion video back from the dead

September 20, 2016 - Live action point and click games are a rare breed these days, especially on consoles. Can The Bunker revitalize a long-forgotten genre?
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Dear Esther: Landmark Edition Review

Dear Esther: Landmark Edition Review (PlayStation 4)

The original walking sim returns

September 20, 2016 - Originally released on PC in 2012, Dear Esther was the first game to earn the rather unflattering moniker of walking simulator. Love them or hate them, walking sims are now a burgeoning genre. But how does the original hold up today?
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Stardust Galaxy Warriors: Stellar Climax Review

Stardust Galaxy Warriors: Stellar Climax Review (PlayStation 4)

Explosive cooperative shooting

September 18, 2016 - There sure are a lot of shoot 'em ups coming out lately. Stardust Galaxy Warriors emphasizes cooperative gameplay in its wacky world but does it do enough to stand out in such a crowded genre?
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Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Seas Review

Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Seas Review (PlayStation 4)

An isometric slant on Zelda

September 17, 2016 - Many indie developers wear their influences on their sleeves. Although Oceanhorn looks like a Zelda game, it actually carves its own path but was it a path worth carving?
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Livelock Review

Livelock Review (PlayStation 4)

Locked, loaded, and live

September 13, 2016 - Cooperative online twin-stick shooters seem to be a growing genre. Livelock definitely offers some hectic shooting action but is it unique enough to warrant a purchase? Upload your consciousness and let's find out.
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The Final Station Review

The Final Station Review (PlayStation 4)

Are we there yet?

September 11, 2016 - Here we have a train simulator / zombie shooter. Why not? The Final Station is certainly original: you play as a conductor in a post-apocalyptic world overrun by zombies (which for some reason all look more like silhouettes than flesh-eaters).
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Sky Force Anniversary Review

Sky Force Anniversary Review (PlayStation 4)

Arcade shooting in your living room

September 11, 2016 - Classic shoot 'em up gameplay is awesome when it's done correctly. The original Sky Force (available for mobile devices including PSP) was pretty cool so let's see how it evolved over the years.
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King Oddball Review

King Oddball Review (Xbox One)

Angry Rocks

September 10, 2016 - Physics-based destruction has been all the rage ever since Angry Birds debuted back in 2009. But, is the formula better off on handheld devices? Maybe this weird rock with a massive tongue has the answer.
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