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A fantastic way to end a trilogy
March 27, 2018 - The folks at Gust have been creating memorable JRPGs for decades and their latest is a lovely adventure that brings an era to a close in a wonderful way. So, let's join Lydie and Suelle on their journey and see what they're up to.
Read more: Atelier Lydie & Suelle: The Alchemists and the Mysterious Paintings Review
Guns are stupid and so is this game
March 26, 2018 - With the March for Our Lives happening just a couple of days ago, it's an interesting time to play a game that parodies gun culture. However, is The American Dream the biting satirical VR experience that Americans need?
Read more: The American Dream Review
A New Hope County
March 26, 2018 - The Far Cry series takes its first trip to America with this explosive entry in Ubisoft's popular first-person shooter franchise.
Read more: Far Cry 5 Review
Redefining cooperative gaming
March 22, 2018 - Co-op games are generally laidback experiences as players can come and go as they please. However, A Way Out is here to prove that an entire cooperative story-driven game can be enjoyable and man, is it an absolute thrill.
Read more: A Way Out Review
March 21, 2018 - First-person puzzlers are fairly uncommon in the indie gaming realm so find out if QUBE 2 can scratch your itch to solve clever puzzles.
Read more: Q.U.B.E. 2 Review
DAT's one cool mech, bro
March 20, 2018 - Finally, this obscure previously Japanese-exclusive mission-based arena combat Vita game from 2012 is now available in the west. The question is: was it worth enhancing and porting Assault Gunners to PlayStation 4?
Read more: Assault Gunners HD Edition Review
Same game, new name
March 16, 2018 - Fans of Inti Creates may be slightly confused as to what their latest 2D action-packed game crossover is all about. As a fan myself, allow me to explain exactly what Gal Gunvolt Burst is.
Read more: Gal Gunvolt Burst Review
A Breakout puzzler
March 16, 2018 - Once in a while, a game releases that has potential buyers scratching their heads. As a puzzler that originally debuted for Game Boy Advance about 15 years ago, does this new iteration of Gem Smashers offer enjoyable puzzle gameplay?
Read more: Gem Smashers Review
Golfing with a square ball
March 15, 2018 - 2D golf games seem to be popping up more frequently than ever before. Midnight Deluxe has you guide a square chum to his destination within a whopping 70 stages but does it provide enjoyable enough gameplay to last that long?
Read more: Midnight Deluxe Review
Hold your applause
March 14, 2018 - Taking cover then occasionally emerging just to blast away your adversaries has been a fun formula ever since Namco's arcade classic Time Crisis. However, does that gameplay premise hold up in VR? Load your trusty firearm and let's find out.
Read more: Bravo Team Review