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As a result of my Samurai Warriors Spirit of Sanada Review, I'm actually concerned for the direction Omega Force might take with future Warriors games. The usual, quality hack-and-slash battles on a large scale are still here, which is...
As I agreed to undertake The Surge review, I was hesitant. I actively disliked Deck13's previous game (Lords of the Fallen) and I fell off the admittedly excellent "Nioh" earlier this year due to what I like to call...
I love games with good boss fights, they are something that I hope doesn’t get lost in the realism of games we see today. But there is zero danger of that happening with the game we have here from Sony...
I wanted to love this game. Truly I did. Writing the RWBY Grimm Eclipse Review disappoints me, because there's clearly a game to be made out of RWBY and this isn't what it deserves. Third-person action is well suited to RWBY,...
During my Fate Extella The Umbral Star Review, I found it to be a competent Warriors clone. Take control of a Fate series hero/heroine and cleave through thousands of enemies until victory is yours. The power trip of Omega Force's...
Rise and Shine is an interesting game. Its side-scrolling, twin-stick shooter element is utilised in a unique way during some puzzles throughout. Solutions aren't always obvious and I applaud its insistence on making the player consider the game's bullet...
2006 was ten years ago, can you believe that? I guess if you have a calendar and the ability to add up then it's not that hard. But it really doesn't feel like that. I purchased my first Xbox 360...
Dead Rising 3 was my first ever review. The series holds a special place in my heart. Its dedication to maniacal fun and plentiful weapon crafting combinations hooked me. The third game's inclusion of vehicle combinations did enough to...
We're a bit late on our Watch Dogs 2 review, but there's no denying that it's had a rough, albeit short, lead up to launch. Largely due to the failings and false promises made about its predecessor. In a...
If you've played Streets of Rage, Castle Crashers or Zombie Vikings, you'll know what to expect from Viking Squad. It's that simple, side-scrolling beat 'em up gameplay with a lot of loot and a basic upgrade system. Viking Squad...

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