Reviews (Page 36)

Hitman GO: Definitive Edition Review

Hitman GO: Definitive Edition Review (PlayStation 4)

Hit Mango? A new Fruit Ninja spin-off?!

March 3, 2016 - Agent 47 has seen his share of puzzling situations. Therefore, putting him into a strategic board game just makes sense. Is he better off murdering in miniature form or should he stick to full-sized homicide?
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Broforce Review

Broforce Review (PlayStation 4)

Inject some testosterone into your gaming diet

March 2, 2016 - Whenever the devil threatens all of existence, you can count on bros to save the day. This 2D action thrill-ride may be over the top but does it offer enough man candy to satisfy gamers' hungry appetites?
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Arcade Archives: TwinBee Review

Arcade Archives: TwinBee Review (PlayStation 4)

Konami's original cute 'em up returns

March 1, 2016 - Retro vertical shmups don't get much more colourful than TwinBee. Although it's an undeniable classic, does it still hold up in this day and age? Let's take to the skies, shoot at some clouds, and hope a few bells come out.
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Sadame Review

Sadame Review (3DS)

Prepare for some retro hack and slash RPG action set in ancient Japan

February 27, 2016 - The 16-bit era was the golden age of JRPGs. Sadame does its best to emulate what made this time exciting for the genre while offering many unique aspects to distinguish itself from its peers. Sharpen your katana because this is about to get bloody.
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Wondershot Review

Wondershot Review (PlayStation 4)

Pint-sized yet powerful

February 25, 2016 - Local multiplayer games come in many forms. However, Wondershot is a refreshing change to this overcrowded market with its simplified and refined gameplay. When you're ready, invite some pals over and let's give this wonder a shot.
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Replay: VHS Is Not Dead Review

Replay: VHS Is Not Dead Review (Xbox One)

Rewinding tapes is harder than I remember

February 24, 2016 - Some games aim to twist your mind. Replay: VHS Is Not Dead forces you to think on levels that will give your brain quite the workout, but is it worth all the mental energy or should you just pay the late fee?
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SwapQuest Review

SwapQuest Review (PlayStation Vita)

Not far from portable puzzle perfection

February 23, 2016 - When it comes to on-the-go gaming, no genre fits the bill as well as puzzlers. SwapQuest combines path-making mechanics and RPG elements to create one unique formula. It's addictive, adorable, and challenging so let's get this quest started.
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Ninja Senki DX Review

Ninja Senki DX Review (PlayStation 4)

No one said life as a ninja is easy

February 22, 2016 - Retro 2D action games are an oversaturated genre but they really stand out when done right. Ninja Senki DX takes us back to the 8-bit days in an impressively authentic package. However, is this ninja adventure too old-school for its own good?
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Unravel Review

Unravel Review (PlayStation 4)

A yarn you won't soon forget

February 20, 2016 - It's rare for a modern 2D platformer to be as memorable as Unravel. The incredible amount of imagination put in to craft every moment makes it quite a special experience, but does it live up to its undeniably unique premise?
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Super Blast Deluxe Review

Super Blast Deluxe Review (PlayStation Vita)

A barrel of fun

February 18, 2016 - I'm always happy to see indie games try something new. Super Blast Deluxe puts your timing skills to the test as you shoot characters out of barrels suspended high in the air. So, let's give it a shot and see how much of a blast it really is.
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