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Odin Sphere Leifthrasir Review

By Nicholas Bale ()

Odin Sphere Leifthrasir brings back the original, with much-improved combat and RPG mechanics, while also improving upon the frequent slowdown issues that plagued the first game. It's repetitive nature still isn't addressed as well as its other facets, but it still remains an excellent action-RPG. Read More.

Dead Island Definitive Collection Review

By Naomi Brown ()

Zombies are for anyone who loves guts and glory. Don’t you love guts and glory? And don’t you want to see more guts, have more glory spilling those guts and do it in an updated, lush, tropical setting? Well, half updated at least? Read More.

The Last Door: Season 2 Review

By Nicholas Bale ()

The Last Door: Season 2 provides a satisfying conclusion to the horror story that began in Season 1, this time as Dr. Wakefield seeking the fate of his patient Jeremiah Devitt. The game is bigger in scope, both helping and hindering it, though both mechanics and graphics remain the same. It provides the same creeping fear that lingers in the writing, graphics, and music, acting as a creepy bow to an overall well-made package that is The Last Door. Read More.

Mortal Kombat X Review

By Daniel Acaba ()

Mortal Kombat X isn’t perfect but very few games truly are. What it is though is a game that does far more right than it does wrong. You’ve got a fun fighting game with an okay story, few fighting games can claim even that. It might be a bit rough around the edges in some parts but it’s a fast paced, aggressive fighting game that’s just pure fun to play. Just avoid the powergamers and trolls online and you’re in for one of the best fighting experiences out there. 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.

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