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It's morphin' time!
January 22, 2017 - Saban's strange little kid's TV show sure has come a long way since its 1993 debut. With a brand new movie on the way, Bandai Namco created Mega Battle in the hopes of getting fans excited again so let's shift into turbo and see if it's any good.
Read more: Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Mega Battle Review
A puzzle platformer stuck in limbo
January 18, 2017 - There are a handful of game genres that indie developers seem to constantly gravitate towards. Toby: The Secret Mine is yet another 2D puzzle platformer so let's put on our helmets, grab a pickaxe, and head to the mine.
Read more: Toby: The Secret Mine Review
Another bad ghost-busting game
January 18, 2017 - Sylvio seems like quite an interesting proposition: a horror game that has you recording spooky messages from beyond the grave in order to unravel their mysteries. Unfortunately, the finished product is neither scary nor compelling.
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Will Gamearth's hero Rise to the occasion?
January 12, 2017 - Notoriously difficult games are almost always divisive. Rise & Shine may be one of the toughest 2D shooters ever created but does it provide a satisfying challenge or does the difficulty rise too high to shine?
Read more: Rise & Shine Review
Bustin' makes me feel good!
January 10, 2017 - The first of hopefully many Story Packs that build on the Lego Dimensions universe is centered around the antics of the gals from 2016's Ghostbusters movie. However, does this blocky adaptation deserve a score better than its movie counterpart?
Read more: Lego Dimensions: Ghostbusters Story Pack Review
A tedious tale ten years in the making
January 9, 2017 - Seeing as it's been a decade in development, Final Fantasy XV is one of the most ambitious games ever created. Now that it's out, has this ambition steered the team in the right direction or did it get the best of them?
Read more: Final Fantasy XV Review
2D platforming with a side of Pang
January 7, 2017 - It seems like many recent indie games have been inspired by the classic bubble-busting gameplay of Buster Bros. Spheroids does so by mixing it into a 2D platform adventure so let's get ready to bust it up yet again.
Read more: Spheroids Review
Frank's back for a bloody good time
January 4, 2017 - It's been a few years but Capcom's B movie zombie series is back with a familiar zombie-slaughtering hero. Step aside Nick because Frank's here to remind us how badass the OG of Dead Rising is. The question is: does he still have what it takes?
Read more: Dead Rising 4 Review
Time to buy a thicker umbrella
January 3, 2017 - Whenever game developers experiment with combining game genres, the results are always interesting. Steel Rain X strikes a balance between shoot 'em up gameplay and simulation components so let's see if it's a cocktail worth ordering.
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A Fenix rises from the ashes
December 29, 2016 - It goes without saying that if you want a great third-person squad-based shooter then Gears of War is the place to go. However, does this fourth title in the epic series provide enough Swarm-slaughtering action to satisfy fans?
Read more: Gears of War 4 Review