Reviews (Page 33)

Grow Home Review

Grow Home Review (PlayStation 4)

It's a grower, not a shower

September 2, 2015 - Original concepts are becoming increasingly hard to come by yet Grow Home's unique premise will make your imagination run wild. If you're ready, let's plant some seeds, boot up our robot buddy, and see what it's all about.
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Pixel Slime U Review

Pixel Slime U Review (Wii U)

In Soviet Russia, pixel slime you!

August 31, 2015 - It seems like the Wii U eShop is gathering a collection of bad games comparable to LJN's NES library. In comes Pixel Slime and his one-note high score chaser that'll keep you mildly entertained (and slightly irritated) for an hour tops.
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Volume Review

Volume Review (PlayStation 4)

Metal Gear Squalid

August 30, 2015 - One thing in gaming that I can't stand is when developers opt to steal ideas from others in lieu of creativity. Everything from Volume's artwork to gameplay to visual effects are clearly lifted from 1999's Metal Gear Solid VR Missions with little innovation besides the fact that it takes all of the challenge away in favour of some poorly implemented gimmicks.
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Capsule Force Review

Capsule Force Review (PlayStation 4)

Do you have what it takes to capture the galaxy?

August 28, 2015 - Local multiplayer games are making a comeback yet few are as fun and original as Capsule Force. The tug-of-war mechanics and fast paced gameplay definitely make for some exciting matches so let's blast off with the review already.
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Shutshimi Review

Shutshimi Review (PlayStation 4)

Wario finally made a fish-themed Cho Aniki style shoot 'em up

August 27, 2015 - Shmups don't have to be serious and this game is proof of that. With an over the top premise and unexpected twists throughout, you'll keep swimming and shooting just to see what happens next. But enough of that, let's dive in!
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Mega Man Legacy Collection Review

Mega Man Legacy Collection Review (PlayStation 4)

The Blue Bomber has quite the six pack

August 26, 2015 - If there's one series retro gamers can't get enough of; it's Mega Man. As a huge fan for the past 25 years, I'm happy to see a new compilation for modern consoles, but was it worth releasing yet another collection?
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Curses 'N Chaos Review

Curses 'N Chaos Review (PlayStation 4)

Pure cooperative beat 'em up bliss

August 24, 2015 - Arena combat games usually pit you against your friends, but Curses 'N Chaos' take on the genre is quite a welcome change. Fighting hordes of monsters while helping each other overcome seemingly impossible odds is a concept that makes for one addictive thrill-ride.
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Adventures of Pip Review

Adventures of Pip Review (PlayStation 4)

Heroes grow up so fast

August 21, 2015 - It seems like a new 2D platformer comes out every single day. Although Adventures of Pip features some nifty new mechanics, does it have enough pixels to be a worthwhile adventure in such a crowded genre? Let's jump to it!
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Factotum Review

Factotum Review (Wii U)

A single player cooperative experience

August 20, 2015 - Solving puzzles in space is nothing new. However, Factotum's simplistic yet interesting take on the genre is definitely one worth looking into, so let's hack the security cameras and see what it's all about.
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Kung Fury: Street Rage Review

Kung Fury: Street Rage Review (PlayStation 4)

Two button brawling

August 17, 2015 - There's no bigger red flag than a game based on a movie. However, Kung Fury seems like the sort of flick that could stand up well in the gaming universe, so let's slip on our fingerless gloves and see if this brawler has what it takes to be a true survivor.
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