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Fallout 4 Review

By Daniel Acaba ()

I’m not going to say that this is a completely perfect game - it has flaws. But like any great piece of media it balances out any of its flaws with lots of good stuff. If there’s an issue it’s clearly because they tried something fantastic and it only half-succeeded. The overall package for Fallout 4 is one of the first must own titles of the newest console generation. Read More.

Masochisia Review

By Naomi Brown ()

Not for most players, Masochisia seems to be a true namesake in that it puts its players through a series of masochistic events designed to tortue and disturb. And while I'm always up for a good torture, disturb, scare the everliving crap outta me session; Masochisia is not a true horror game in that it's not frightening. Rather, it forces the player to delve into aspects of the human psyche that most sane individuals have no desire to visit and for that experience. I was not the most grateful, nor would I like to visit there ever again. Read More.

Guns, Gore & Cannoli Review

By Daniel Acaba ()

Between these design issues and the final boss, the game really just ended on a sour note for me. The extreme difficulty of these missions isn’t in a fun or challenging way, it’s just aggressively punishing and turns what should be a fun time into trial and error gameplay tinged with extreme frustration. It’s a shame to see a game with so much promise ruined by a few bad decisions. If not for these issues I would have no problem recommending this title but as it stands I have a very hard time doing so. If these issues are patched then I would happily recommend it but until then, it’s a pass. Read More.

Don't Starve: Giant Edition Review

By Daniel Acaba ()

One thing you can’t accuse Don’t Starve of is a dearth of content. There is so much to do, so much to see and so much to craft that it almost boggles the mind. The game doesn’t explain a single thing to you either so you’re expected to learn all of this stuff on the fly - a truly daunting task. But once you start climbing that steep, steep hill you’ll find yourself with a very rewarding experience. While the fact that death is permanent can be really off putting after spending hours on one character it creates a feeling of tension and danger that few games can even hope to match. 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.