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Here in Reviews, we play games so you don't have to! No, that's stupid. What we will do, however, is provide in-depth looks at and opinions on a variety of new releases, from triple-A titles to the many unique Nindies. Our reviewers will break down the pros and cons; the rest is up to you.

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‘Oxenfree’ – A Stunning Technical Accomplishment That Is Haunting and Altogether Exquisite

Night School Studios created a new supernatural thriller that has some of the best sound design in years, and now it’s available to play on the Nintendo Switch.
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‘BOXBOY!’ manages all the right angles for a clever puzzler

BOXBOY! Developed by HAL Laboratory Published by Nintendo Available on 3DS Now Nintendo's just getting cocky. Their new 3DS eShop downloadable puzzle game, BOXBOY!, goes beyond the simple design of...

‘Affordable Space Adventures’: No money, mo’ problems

Affordable Space Adventures Developed and published by KnapNok Games Available on Wii U Anyone wanting to decrease NASA’s budget in favor of a more fiscally conservative approach...
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‘Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice’: The Greatest Battle Is In The Mind

At the announcement of Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice, the perpetually beleaguered Ninja Theory promised to deliver an independent game with triple-A production values. Following roughly...

Project Highrise — Tall Aspirations

Project Highrise Developed by SomaSim Published by Kasedo Games Available on PC (Steam, GOG, Humble) Project Highrise is, in several ways, the fulfillment of a dream. If, like...

‘XCOM 2’ – Turn-Based Tactics at Their Very Best

XCOM 2 Developer(s): Firaxis Games Publisher(s): 2K Games Platform(s): Windows, OS X, Linux, PlayStation 4, Xbox One Release Date: February 5, 2016 (Windows, OS X & Linux), September...
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‘Tokyo Xanadu’: Offers Shades of ‘Persona,’ But Doesn’t Quite Hit The Mark

For a game that is so heavily shaded in the Persona series' style, unfortunately the story of Tokyo Xanadu doesn't quite gain a grip.

‘BlazBlue: Central Fiction’ Review – A Fantastic Fighting Finale

BlazBlue: Central Fiction Developer(s): Arc System Works, Project BB Team Publisher(s): Arc System Works (JP), Aksys Games (NA), PQube (EU) Platform(s): PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 Release Date(s): October...

Endless in the Best Way: ‘Disgaea 5 Complete’ Review

There are few names that really ring off in Strategy-RPG circles. Among them firmly sits Disgaea, and now the latest entry has come to the Nintendo Switch.

‘Broken Age’ is a Successful Revival of the Point and Click Genre

Coming from Tim Schafer and Double Fine Productions, Broken Age started life as a Kickstarter project in early 2012. Hoping that people missed the...