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Warcraft 3: Reforged Review – Not a Triumphant Return

Warcraft 3: Reforged Review on PC There’s no doubt that Blizzard’s portfolio puts it among the pantheon of the industry’s greatest ever developers. Its four titan franchises –Starcraft, Warcraft, Overwatch, and Diablo– are some of the most popular of all time, at times transcending the gaming medium to disparate corners of pop culture. For years,Continue reading “Warcraft 3: Reforged Review – Not a Triumphant Return”

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The Dark Crystal Age of Resistance Tactics Review – A Bygone Era

The Dark Crystal Age of Resistance Tactics Review on PS4 It’s not very often anymore that we get video games tied into movies or television. Licensed games are very much part of a bygone era, but it’s refreshing when one does pop up every now and then. Age of Resistance Tactics is a tie-in with theContinue reading “The Dark Crystal Age of Resistance Tactics Review – A Bygone Era”

Patapon 2 Remastered Review – Marching to the Same Beat

The Patapon series is known for its complex mix of rhythm and real-time strategy elements, which go together better than one might initially expect. With Patapon 2 Remastered, PS4 players can experience one of Sony’s more bizarre outings for the first time. It looks and runs better than ever before, but is still hampered by issues thatContinue reading “Patapon 2 Remastered Review – Marching to the Same Beat”

Azur Lane: Crosswave Review – Sank Your Battleship

Azur Lane: Crosswave on PS4 Azur Lane: Crosswave is a strange title from publisher Idea Factory and is based on a blockbuster hit mobile game in Japan. While you don’t need to know anything about the mobile game to play this release, the game doesn’t explain much outside of the bare minimum and expects you toContinue reading “Azur Lane: Crosswave Review – Sank Your Battleship”

Witcher 3 Switch Developer Acquired in Deal Worth Up to Half a Billion

The deal could be potentially worth $525 million. The Embracer Group, formerly known at THQ Nordic AB, has acquired World War Z and The Witcher 3 SEE DEAL  Switch developer Saber Interactive for a deal potentially worth over a half a billion dollars. “Saber has been on our radar for a very long time because ofContinue reading “Witcher 3 Switch Developer Acquired in Deal Worth Up to Half a Billion”

Langrisser I & II Hands-on Preview – Hey Poor Player

Hey, Poor Players! Today we’ve got something special for you. A hands-on with the first two stages of the Steam version of Langrisser I from the upcoming Langrisser I & II. In fact, we’re throwing up both a commentated and non-commentated version for you all. So, if you just want to listen to the awesome soundtrack, we got you covered. LangrisserContinue reading “Langrisser I & II Hands-on Preview – Hey Poor Player”

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Review PC – GW

Bandai Namco and Cyberconnect2 released their eagerly awaited fighting role playing game Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot. The game follows the story of all-round good guy Goku (AKA Kakarot) from the Saiyan race who comes to Earth to take it all. However, being the good guy he becomes embroiled into the ways of Earthlings and leadsContinue reading “Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Review PC – GW”

Hunt Showdown Review – PC – GW

Crytek released its hybrid first person shooter cum survival game Hunt Showdown on PC back in August last year. The game just released on Xbox One and PS4. It’s a different kind of PvE/PvP experience which players experience solo, or in teams. Is it worth picking-up now though? For the record and a disclaimer for this review,Continue reading “Hunt Showdown Review – PC – GW”

Legends of Runeterra review

League of Legends’s spin-off card game is a great alternative to Hearthstone and Magic: The Gathering. I don’t think I can stomach buying another booster pack after playing Legends of Runeterra. It’s a necessary part of physical card games where cards often have real-world value, but their prevalence in digital card games is just anContinue reading “Legends of Runeterra review”

Dreams Early Review Impressions

Play, create, share. What is Dreams, exactly? That’s a question I’ve been asked a lot this week. In the broadest sense, Dreams is a toolkit for creating all sorts of video games, from puzzle platformers to bullet hell shooters, action RPGs, and anything else you can put your mind to. But it’s also so much moreContinue reading “Dreams Early Review Impressions”