Reviews (Page 27)

Touhou Genso Wanderer Review

Touhou Genso Wanderer Review (PlayStation 4)

Mystery Dungeon fun with maidens

March 14, 2017 - No genre in gaming is as love-hate as the roguelike. One second, you're kicking butt and the next, you're dead. Touhou Genso Wanderer is a love letter to the classic Mystery Dungeon series so let's see if these shrine maidens were built to survive.
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Lego Worlds Review

Lego Worlds Review (PlayStation 4)

Sandbox fun with everyone's favourite blocks

March 13, 2017 - When it comes to enjoyable laidback entertainment, nothing beats a Lego video game. Worlds may be the most open-ended Lego game yet so get ready to explore a galaxy full of blocky planets inhabited by helpful chums, cute critters, and dastardly foes.
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Sublevel Zero Redux Review

Sublevel Zero Redux Review (PlayStation 4)

Six degrees of roguelike

March 12, 2017 - There's nothing quite like soaring through stages and shooting robots in space. Sublevel Zero Redux blends six degrees of freedom flight controls and RPG elements in a unique roguelike package so suit up and get ready to shoot the core.
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Snipperclips Review

Snipperclips Review (Switch)

Friends can be real cut-ups

March 11, 2017 - Nintendo's Switch launch lineup last week was surprisingly mediocre. Snipperclips was their only first-party eShop-exclusive title so let's see if this cooperative puzzler cuts the mustard.
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Disc Jam Review

Disc Jam Review (PlayStation 4)

Air hockey + tennis = fun

March 10, 2017 - After a brief beta period, Disc Jam has now launched on PS4 as one of March's PlayStation Plus titles. However, is it worth adding to your instant game collection?
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Blaster Master Zero Review

Blaster Master Zero Review (Switch)

A brilliant recreation of a Metroidvania classic

March 9, 2017 - Back in 1988, a phenomenal Metroidvania game released for NES. Now, gamers can enjoy Blaster Master in an updated iteration that's much more accessible than the original. So, let's chase that frog and see how Jason's holding up almost 30 years later.
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Loot Rascals Review

Loot Rascals Review (PlayStation 4)

Did Noel Fielding make a turn-based strategy game?

March 9, 2017 - It's hard not to love kooky off-the-wall British humour. Loot Rascals is one of the strangest and funniest games that I've ever played but does it combine turn-based strategy and puzzle elements well or are you better off in the hands of The Thing Below?
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Atelier Firis: The Alchemist and the Mysterious Journey Review

Atelier Firis: The Alchemist and the Mysterious Journey Review (PlayStation 4)

The adorable JRPG series goes open-world

March 8, 2017 - When it comes to delightful carefree JRPG fun, no series tops Atelier. Firis is the star of the second Mysterious game so let's see if she has what it takes to become a certified alchemist.
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Halo Wars: Definitive Edition Review

Halo Wars: Definitive Edition Review (Xbox One)

Take on the Covenant in real-time

March 6, 2017 - Halo's original real-time strategy spin-off just celebrated its eighth anniversary a few days ago. Now that the Definitive Edition is out on Xbox One, let's see if it still holds up in 2017.
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Final Fantasy XV: A King's Tale Review

Final Fantasy XV: A King's Tale Review (PlayStation 4)

Bedtime stories with beat 'em up action

March 4, 2017 - As a previously exclusive preorder bonus and now just a free downloadable tie-in, A King's Tale is a strange little game indeed. Although Final Fantasy XV wasn't everyone's cup of tea, does this retro beat 'em up provide a worthwhile distraction?
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