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Quest of Dungeons Review

By Daniel Acaba ()

With all that said it’s not like the above problems really ruin the game. The price growth is annoying but it’s still a fairly cheap game. Only the class difficulty issue really impacts things so you might find yourself having to play on a lower difficulty with them but it’s still a nice option to have even if just for the challenge (or playing on easy difficulty). I personally enjoyed the experience here but it may definitely not be for anyone. I can only really recommend it for huge fans of the roguelike genre. For others I would suggest watching gameplay videos or trying it at a friends house before purchase. Read More.

Persona 4: Dancing All Night Review

By Nicholas Bale ()

Persona 4: Dancing All Night brings the Investigation Team not to Inaba, but to the city, to solve the disappearance of a number of popular music idols. From there, they're forced to dance to defeat the forces that threaten the lives of those they care about (there's a reason, I swear) and save the day. A strange genre to put this plot in, but one that works nonetheless. Read More.

Forza Motorsport 6 Review

By Daniel Acaba ()

Your opinion of this game will greatly vary depending on your relationship with the Forza series. If you are the type of person who wants to own every game in the series then this will happily sit on your shelf as one of the better ones right alongside Forza Horizon 2. However if you’re the sort of person who only wants to spend money on a game in a series when it’s a huge improvement since the last one then it’s a harder sell. On the personal side of things I’m quite happy to have this game in my collection but it’s very hard to recommend it to others who already own the next gen Forza games. Read More.

Gears of War: Ultimate Edition Review

By Daniel Acaba ()

Do I think that Gears of War: Ultimate Edition is worth the money? Definitely if you’re a fan of the series. The extra chapter is a great addition if you’ve never played it before. But if you’ve already played it or just aren’t much for the series then it’s a harder sell. It’s still a great game but without Horde or Beast mode, or even OverRun, to add some real replay value then it’s hard to give this a 100% endorsement which is a huge disappointment for a fan of the series like myself. Read More.

Steins;Gate Review

By Nicholas Bale ()

A popular visual novel game that was eventually made into an anime, Steins;Gate is a tale of a time-travelling 'mad scientist' in Akihabara. It's full of twists and turns, scientific terms, great characters, and, like many visual novels, not a lot of gameplay. Still, for a game that's almost entirely based around text, it creates an absorbing tale of choices made and changed, and is definitely something that will remain a classic in its field. Read More.

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Demons Age Set to Release in Early 2016

By Naomi Brown ()

Dark fantasy and RPG games are always tons of fun to play, especially when other party members get involved. But add in a bonus of being able to choose from multiple different ones with different stories and add in the possibility that they might stab me in the back and suddenly I'm morbidly intrigued. Read More.