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Ps4 Review of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain

Ps4 Review of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain 

With Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain now out I decided to give a short review.

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Ps4 Review of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain

Ps4 Review of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain 

With Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain now out I decided to give a short review.

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[Review] Nine Clues 2: The Ward

[Review] Nine Clues 2: The Ward 

Another Artifex Mundi Hidden Object game!

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[Review] Nine Clues 2: The Ward

[Review] Nine Clues 2: The Ward 

Another Artifex Mundi Hidden Object game!

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[Game Review] Fairy Fencer F

[Game Review] Fairy Fencer F 

Definitely recommended for JRPG (and anime) fans: great music, great art, complex yet flexible stats system, some romance, some ecchi, some grinding, and 30+ hours of fun.

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Gears of War: Ultimate Edition Review

Gears of War: Ultimate Edition Review 

This return to a dilapidated family home is a poetic echo of the task at hand. Many members of developer The Coalition worked on the original 2006 Gears of War, and this remaster is the studio’s first release before it launches Gears of War 4. And although it’s created a faithful homage to the game that started it all, some of the furniture is still out of place, and the corners continue to gather dust.

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Until Dawn Review

Until Dawn Review 

The choices you make in Until Dawn have more far-reaching consequences than in most other survival horror games: the butterfly effect feature it so heavily relies on is highly effective, adding weight to seemingly innocuous choices and creating a game that feeds deeply into player paranoia of making the wrong choice. Couple this system with the game’s tongue-in-cheek exploitation of slasher film tropes–including over-the-top gore and flirty teenagers–and you have an enjoyable experience controlling you own ’80s horror film parody. Until Dawn is a thoughtful experiment in how far you can go with multilayered player-driven narrative games, and despite some ugly visuals, delivers an engaging experience where story and controls meld for powerful meaning.

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Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain Review

Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain Review 

The Metal Gear series has always delivered complex plots, with unexpected twists and revelations altering your perception of people and events you thought you understood. Though Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain continues this tradition, the majority of its plot focuses on the events at hand. Fans of the series will find their diligence rewarded in ways that newcomers can’t begin to imagine, but such loyalty and knowledge isn’t a prerequisit.

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[Game Review] Fairy Fencer F

[Game Review] Fairy Fencer F 

Definitely recommended for JRPG (and anime) fans: great music, great art, complex yet flexible stats system, some romance, some ecchi, some grinding, and 30+ hours of fun.

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Gears of War: Ultimate Edition Review

Gears of War: Ultimate Edition Review 

This return to a dilapidated family home is a poetic echo of the task at hand. Many members of developer The Coalition worked on the original 2006 Gears of War, and this remaster is the studio’s first release before it launches Gears of War 4. And although it’s created a faithful homage to the game that started it all, some of the furniture is still out of place, and the corners continue to gather dust.

Continue reading...