Spec Ops: The Line Review

Spec Ops: The Line is a thought-provoking and memorable title that’s worth playing, if only to see its narrative. Oftentimes, we see the release of a new shooter that tries to emulate Call of Duty or Battlefield. These are games set in a real conflict that take place somewhere around…

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BioShock Infinite Review

BioShock Infinite represents an achievement for the medium and no one should miss that. Although the original BioShock took us underground to explore the failed dystopia known as Rapture, BioShock Infinite does the opposite and encourages us to go to Columbia, a city in the sky. Columbia seems colorful and…

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Tomb Raider Review

Tomb Raider is an exhilarating orchestra of bombastic setpieces, flashy explosions and gruesome head-shots and despite its clichés and contrived story, I’d be lying if I said I didn’t enjoy every single moment of this game. The original Tomb Raider came out almost two decades ago (in 1996, to be…

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JUJU Review

JUJU doesn’t pose much of a challenge, but it’ll put a smile on your face nonetheless. Sometimes you need a break from all the gritty first-person shooters, severe role-playing games, brutal horror games and other adult-oriented games and that’s why games like JUJU are a pleasant surprise. JUJU is a…

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Ms. Splosion Man Review

Unlike Super Meat Boy, Ms. Splosion Man doesn’t deserve to be among the best platformers of the past few years. What would a platformer look like if the main protagonist’s only means of interacting with the environments involved exploding over and over? That was the creative premise behind Splosion Man…

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