Reviews (Page 71)

Snake Pass Review

Snake Pass Review (PlayStation 4)

Slithering serpent fun without the bite

March 29, 2017 - If you've ever wanted to control a snake while maneuvering around tricky stages then here's a game for you. Snake Pass may feature novel gameplay but does it amount to fun or are you better off playing with your own pet snake?
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Has-Been Heroes Review

Has-Been Heroes Review (PlayStation 4)

An incredible game that takes a while to grow on you

March 27, 2017 - Whenever a game releases that requires patience to start being enjoyable, it usually gets a mixed reaction. In comes Has-Been Heroes, an unconventional strategic roguelike gem that also happens to be one of the most rewarding indie games ever made.
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The Inner World Review

The Inner World Review (Xbox One)

Dig into a delightful underground experience

March 27, 2017 - Point-and-click adventure games are rare to spot on consoles. The Inner World is a promising exception so get ready to dive into the depths of the Earth where a little chum is taking on bad guys and uncovering the mysteries of his flute-nose.
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Troll and I Review

Troll and I Review (PlayStation 4)

An ultimately fun journey that leaves an awful first impression

March 25, 2017 - Going on an adventure with a virtual friend is nothing new in gaming. However, Troll and I offers an interesting approach to the genre so let's see if this big hairy beast has what it takes to wow gamers.
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88 Heroes Review

88 Heroes Review (PlayStation 4)

So many heroes, so little time

March 24, 2017 - Once in a while, a game with a truly unique premise emerges. 88 Heroes has you control a variety of less than ideal individuals who each feel that they can save the day. The question is, do they have what it takes or should we just switch on the Bat-Signal?
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NeuroVoider Review

NeuroVoider Review (PlayStation 4)

Enter the Void and bring a friend

March 23, 2017 - NeuroVoider blends a few different genres to form an interesting twin-stick shooter experience. Death is permanent and levels are randomly generated between a handful of different environments so it definitely has the roguelike thing going on.
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World of Goo Review

World of Goo Review (Switch)

A unique puzzler that stands the test of time

March 21, 2017 - Back in 2008, a little WiiWare physics-based construction puzzle game took the world by storm. Now that it's available for Switch, is World of Goo worth revisiting? Whatever the case, things are about to get sticky!
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Little Inferno Review

Little Inferno Review (Switch)

Twisted firestarter

March 20, 2017 - Although rare, the concept of an anti-game is definitely intriguing. Little Inferno may be more than initially meets the eye but is it a worthwhile gaming experience or will you be better off lighting your credit card on fire?
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NieR: Automata Review

NieR: Automata Review (PlayStation 4)

Rage against the machines

March 20, 2017 - Some games receive unexpected sequels years after their initial release. As a follow-up to the highly underrated NieR, does Automata have what it takes to stand out in the crowded action RPG genre?
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Momodora: Reverie Under the Moonlight Review

Momodora: Reverie Under the Moonlight Review (PlayStation 4)

Leaf her alone!

March 18, 2017 - Although it's the fourth game in the Momodora series, Reverie Under the Moonlight is the first to grace consoles. So, how does it fare in its big screen debut?
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