Asura’s Wrath Review

This game gives the impression of being a six-hour climax and while not everyone will appreciate its ludicrous story and incessant QTEs, Asura’s Wrath is an unconventional title that you won’t soon forget. Asura’s Wrath is barely a video game. A more apt description would be that this is an…

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Furi Review

This stylish action game is all about memorizing the attack pattern of challenging bosses and the result is a mesmerizing experience that’s both style and substance, but it’s sadly marred by an unforgiving difficulty. Independent developer The Game Bakers asks a simple question: what if there was a game that…

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Rayman Origins Review

Rayman Origins is a gorgeous 2D platformer that always offers a challenge and represents a reinvention for the series. Forget everything you know about Rayman. The series has been around for a while, but it hasn’t stayed relevant like other 3D platformers (such as Super Mario Bros, Banjo-Kazooie or Ratchet…

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Sunset Overdrive Review

Sunset Overdrive’s juvenile attitude and repetitive nature makes this a fun, yet forgettable Xbox One game. Games that come out early in a console’s life cycle are usually developed to show the capabilities of the new machine and little else. To a certain extent, Sunset Overdrive, the latest endeavor by…

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The 10 Best Classic PC Games

If you ever wanted to play video games on the PC, there’s never been a better time. After all, there are several digital distribution services to choose from (such as GOG, Humble Store or Steam) with tons of titles, playing classic games is a remarkably easy and you have access…

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The Crew Review

The Crew might be one of the most lavishly produced racing games ever made, but it provides and unconvincing, uneven and repetitive experience. The Crew is a racing game with one of the most engrossing concepts in quite some time: what if you could race from coast to coast and…

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Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon Review

Blood Dragon is a hilarious, loud and mindlessly fun expansion that hits all the right notes. An 80s aesthetic, references to 8-bit games and action movies, neon-soaked environments and an action hero who never takes himself too seriously. If I told you that those are the main qualities of a…

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