Video Game Reviews (Page 59)

Browse all of our detailed and informative full game reviews for the latest video games from niche indies to big AAA titles and retro games, too.

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WarioWare Gold Review (3DS)

Microgames for days

August 15, 2018 - Although it's been 15 years since Wario's bite-sized games initially captivated gamers with low attention spans, they're back and better than ever. WarioWare Gold contains a huge amount of rapid fire content so pop an Adderall and let's play!
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Flipping Death Review (Xbox One)

Scythe it to The Man!

August 14, 2018 - Being dead isn't all that bad when Death itself grants you the power to possess the living. Flipping Death is certainly a unique and innovative adventure so put on your goth makeup and get ready for a crazy time!
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Chasm Review (PlayStation 4)

Delving deeply

August 11, 2018 - After more than 5 years, Kickstarter success story Chasm has finally graced consoles with its presence. Was it worth the wait?
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Road to Ballhalla Review (PlayStation 4)

By Odin's Beard!

August 10, 2018 - Rolling balls has been popular from Marble Madness to redemption games that reward the player for navigating a ball down a path. Road to Ballhalla is the latest in this simple and enjoyable genre but is it one of the greatest?
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Airheart: Tales of Broken Wings Review (PlayStation 4)

Sky fishing meets dogfights

August 9, 2018 - Many roguelike twin-stick shooters feel very similar but here's a game that definitely breaks the mold. Airheart: Tales of Broken Wings is an almost Zen-like flight game yet it's challenging enough to satisfy genre fans. Let's take to the skies and check it out!
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1979 Revolution: Black Friday Review (PlayStation 4)

Wince of Persia

August 7, 2018 - Narrative-driven games usually struggle to find a perfect balance between gameplay and storytelling. 1979 Revolution: Black Friday tells a personal tale of a real-life historical event but does it hold up as a video game?
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Dead Cells Review (PlayStation 4)

Praise the dead

August 6, 2018 - Indie roguelikes are a dime a dozen but Dead Cells is in a class of its own. Developers Motion Twin have blended several satisfying roguelike elements and the end result is a fun and challenging experience that remains accessible and never overly punishing.
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Red Faction: Guerrilla Re-Mars-tered Review (PlayStation 4)

A Martian tale: redefined

August 5, 2018 - Here we have a remake of a fun open-world third-person shooter. However, is it good enough to stand out in this day and age?
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Code of Princess EX Review (Switch)

Guardian Heroes with boobs

August 4, 2018 - It seems like everything is being ported to the Switch. Now that this strange 2012 3DS action RPG beat 'em up is available for the console, take off a few layers of clothes and let's see how it holds up.
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Semblance Review (Switch)

2D puzzle platforming goes soft

August 3, 2018 - In a genre that's flooded with games, it must be difficult to make one that stands out. Thankfully, Semblance's distinct mechanics and eerie yet minimalistic world might just have what it takes.
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